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Friday, November 1, 2013

12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS Challenge AND TUTORIAL TIME with Speedy TV

  
TODAY is day 11 and the challenge is BANNERS.... If you hop over to 
Marks Finest Papers a Heinrich Co 12 Days of Christmas there is a tutorial on
 making a banner and you can join 
in the fun. There will be a daily winner picked AND the Grand Prize is 20 stamp sets of
 your Choice!! Be sure to take this opportunity to join in~


The Spellbinder pennants turned upside down made for a
perfect for a tree shape. After cutting the pennants the green was  cut,
embossed and edges distressed then added to the pennant.
 The striped tree is cut from a PTI die and a star topper added. 
The snowflakes were cut from a die and punches and layered around. I know
Butterflies and snowflakes may seem like a odd combo but
it needed a topper and in my crazy world it works. Some of the 
snowflakes were glittered up to give them some shimmer in person.
 A few buttons tied on and attached each pennant to a thin
 sisal rope, there you are a quick little banner.



 Today for TUTORIAL TIME WITH SPEEDY TV 


Pat has given us a great tutorial on two tone resist
It is a great technique with a nice variety of results. I started with pastels 
on white then stamped the Pocket Watches Set with versamark and added 
clear embossing powder. After heating it I went over it with some
 brown ink. The areas that weren't embossed are the brown areas.
 I then added it to a piece gold then onto the embossed creme cardstock. 
 The little corner designs are from a die that has no name on it
. The pocket watch is from the Take the Time Set, cut out and
foam dotted on. A bold black sentiment for a  simple card.



15 comments:

  1. Davi, you always make the prettiest banners...love this one with the tree shapes. Your card is a winner, too, with that cool pocket watch.

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  2. I love your banner ... I really love that you turned the pennants upside down to get those tree shapes ... Clever!! And so pretty! Love the time piece card too ... really well done!

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  3. WOW Davi!! I just LOVE your banner! Gorgeous details and that watch design is so pretty with that soft and colorful background!! Thanks for sharing! HUGS :)

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  4. What a gorgeous banner!! You are so creative to turn the pennant upside down!! It looks fabulous my friend!! Your card is beautiful, too!! I love all the watches!! Happy Friday :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  5. VERY pretty banner and I love that you added some butterflies to it! So lovely.
    Your card is just gorgeous - love the images and sponging on here. Those corner dies are wonderful and it frames it out so pretty.
    Lynn

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  6. Gorgeous creations Davi!! I love that banner and the beautiful colors you've used, fantastic details! Fabulous card too, I love the background! I hope you have a wonderful weekend my friend!
    Hugs, Tammy

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  7. I love the colors you used on this background .......Lis

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  8. Gorgeous banner Davi! Love all the snowflakes and butterflies! Your card is so very pretty as well! Love the pretty background and vintage timepiece!

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  9. So pretty. Love the colors you used.

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  10. Great 2 tone Resist card! This was a fun technique! Great Banner too!

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  11. Your banner looks amazing. I just love it. And your card looks wonderful. I LOVE the background. Hope all is well my friend.

    Hugs~

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  12. wow great banner and i love the colors!
    Groetjes Karin

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  13. Love love your beautiful banner! And your card is beautiful too, great background!

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  14. Wow!! These are both Beautiful Beautiful!! Your banners are soo festive and fun! Love the Sweet snowflakes and touch of spakle! And your Card is fantastic! Love the Wonderful pocket watch BG! 8-)

    Hugs
    Shannon

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  15. Oh my word Davi that banner is fantastic and so beautiful the colours and embellishments are top notch.
    hugs
    lorraine x

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