Saturday, March 31, 2018

Banner Thin Cuts - Last Chance for Die-namite Sale

Today is the last day for CTMH's awesome Die-namite Sale. I wanted to show you a couple projects I made using the Banner Thin Cuts. Now, I'm going to be honest here. Were it not for the sale, I wouldn't have bought these. I can cut fishtails into paper with the best of them. However, now that I've purchased them, I'm really liking how quick and easy it is to make perfect banners.

Yes, I'm nine yeas behind on my scrapbooking, but when CTMH comes out with gray paper the exact color of your son's uniform and then does the Basic Fundamental Paper that looks like cloth, it's validates your procrastination. LOL!

It was so easy to create all of these banners, and I love how I can create the outline banners by nesting two dies together. I used the Block Numbers Thin Cuts (also on sale) inside the largest banner for the 2009.

For this card, I created my own patterned paper with the candles from Growin' Old. I cut the stamp in two so I could have just the row of candles, put it in my MISTI, and stamped it multiple times in Pewter Ink. The small banner was cut out of Whimsy Fundamental Paper. The longest banner was cut from Charcoal paper. I used the candle banner as a template to cut my own fishtail. to choir practice for Easter Sunrise Service tomorrow and then out to Jewish friends to celebrate Passover dinner.

May this weekend be filled with the wonder of Christ's love and the sacrifice that bridged the gap between us and God.

Happy Resurrection Sunday, everyone!

Until next time,

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