Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Thankful Banner | DoubleClick Skittles Challenge #35

Welcome to week #35 of DoubleClick Skittles Challenge! This week's theme is about Thanksgiving!

I really wanted to make a banner to hang on the wall, but then I decided to go for something a little smaller. I made an accordion style banner that could stand on a shelf on my hutch in the dining room. Then after Thanksgiving it would be easy enough to store.


 Mostly for the banner I was able to use scrap cardstock. Except for the base of the banner, I needed a full sheet of cardstock.



I stamped different colored leaves and added to the banner. I used orange and yellow Skittles to match.
Tied the top with gold ribbon and baker's twine. Added faux stitching to the letters to pop them out!




I made my banner with my Cricut Explore. 
I went into my images and found a tag I liked, copy and pasted it eight times. I sized them to approximately 3.75, then I welded the first four tags together. The second four before I welded, I needed a tab to attach to the other four to attach the two pieces together. I found a rectangle image, sized it appropriately, and welded my last four tags with the rectangle. The (rectangle) tab will be need adhesive to attach the two, together. I used the red strip tacky tape,
I also made eight tags at 3.5 and eight at 3.25 to layer.
The letters were cut at 2.5. Some trimming was needed. I hope this makes sense if you are wanting to make this. Email me if more directions are needed.




Come join the fun at the DoubleClick Skittles Challenge and see what the DT has created. Create a project following the theme Thanksgiving or Thank You, add your Skittles to your project. If you don't have any Skittles, you can still play along.
Also Carri always has a fantastic prize to giveaway!

Visit HERE to purchase and see all the fun Skittles!


I'm a Proud Guest Designer for DoubleClick Skittles



Thanks for stopping by my blog and I heart comments!
Lori


9 comments:

  1. Lori...this is just beautiful. So much work and what an incredible project!

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    1. Thank you Kim, it was really fun to make!

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  2. Very cute Thanksgiving banner, great colors and very creative!!

    Sue
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    1. Thank you so much Sue, and thanks for stopping by!

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  3. This is JUST GORGEOUS! I am IN LOVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  4. Girl, I just LOVE this display banner. What a great idea and so festive to decorate for Thanksgiving!

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    1. Thank you, now my sister wants me to make her one for Christmas! lol

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