Therm O Web Supplies:
Therm O Web 3D White Foam Squares-1/2 inch
Therm O Web 3D White Foam Squares-1/4 inch
Therm O Web Sticky Tape Mini Runner
Therm O Web iCraft® DecoFoil™ Hot Melt Adhesive
Therm O Web iCraft® DecoFoil™ – Gold
Therm O Web Zots™ – Small
Therm O Web SuperTape™ – 1/4 inch
Therm O Web Fabric Fuse Liquid Adhesive
12″ Inch Foil Laminator
Other Supplies: Canvas Banner-Maya Road; Ribbon-Michael’s; Doilies-Wilton; Enamel Dots-Freckled Fawn; Stars-Making Memories; Christmas Collection-KasierCraft
Make it easy and use a collection that has some embellishments that go along with it. This will make creating stress free, faster and you won’t feel guilty about the time you are spending creating when you should be baking, shopping, wrapping, etc!
Start by tracing your banner piece on cardstock or copy paper. This canvas banner from Maya Road has metal grommets to run the ribbon thru, so I measured from the bottom of the grommets down and the width. Then I just trimmed my cardstock template until I liked the way the size looked when placed on the banner pieces. Notice, my pattern paper pieces are slightly smaller than the canvas. Decide on your papers and the order you want to place them in. Attach with SuperTape™.
Embellish each banner pieces as it’s own little canvas. You can add words, pictures or just make scenes on each banner piece. It’s up to you and how much time you want to spend. I had decided I wanted to use the word “merry” but I could have used “joy” to make this even quicker! Quickly create dimension by using the Therm O Web 3D Foam Squares to your project. I popped the trees, ornaments, letters and banners.
I used the DecoFoil Hot Melt Adhesive, DecoFoil Transfer Sheets in Gold, along with a fun font and my Silhouette Cameo to create my letters. You get such a polished look when using the Hot Melt Adhesive with the laminator, I knew that was the look I wanted for the banner.
Thanks for joining us for the last day of the Handmade Holidays Blog Hop. I hope you have a WONDERFUL holiday season!!
Paper, Scissors and Glue