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Monday, November 16, 2009
Are you looking for a quick holiday decoration? I believe this will suffice as I just spent about an hour making it. That doesn't sound too quick, but I know the next one (if I need to make another one) won't take as long since I can "get my act together" and not make so many trips across the room to the Big Shot and then back to the card stock file. Another Stampin' Up! demonstrator (Barb Mullikin) shared one of these banners that she had made, and I just made subtle changes and added more die-cut embellishments to mine. Stampin' Up! products used to create this banner include Scallop Square die, Serif Essentials Alphabet dies, Merry Details Sizzlits die, "Merry Moments" designer paper, Old Olive, Real Red, Very Vanilla, and Chocolate Chip card stock, Old Olive striped ribbon, Real Red dotted ribbon, Jumbo Brad, Sticky Strip, Ice Rhinestone Square Brads, and a retired piece from the Antique Brass Hodgepodge Hardware kit to use as a hanger.