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Location: Orem, UT

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Banner Cards

Suzy Plantamura created THREE cards featuring banners to share with all of you today!

Suzy Supplies: Butter (71040) - AC Cardstock, Garden Gala (35101) - Fabric Paper, Riverfront Park Paper (35233) - City Park, Brilliance Paper (35415) - Hello Sunshine, Fashionable Peony Paper (35266) - Dear Lizzy Enchanted, Metal Rose Brads (85513) - Elements, Large Pearl Brads Pastels (85316) - Elements, Large Fabric Brads (85520) - Elements, Wishes (43390) - Minimark Sheets

Suzy says, "I am in love with the Dear Lizzy fabric papers from her Spring line. I used the flowers on the bottom of the card and added some striped paper above it. I cut three pennants out of patterned paper and stitched them to the card. The metal brads, pearl brads, and fabric brads were the perfect finishing touch.

Hello Card July Supplies: White 71081) - AC Cardstock, Tamale Paper (35434) - Margarita, Tango Paper (35422) - Margarita, Sunkissed Phrases (43391) - Minimark Sheets, McCaw New Yellow (53188) - Thickers, Duck (89391) - Carded Ribbon, Plastic Rose Brads (85539) - Elements, Medium Glitter Brads Tropicals (85347) - Elements

"I thought the little popsicle rub ons were so cute, so I used them to create a banner. First, I attached them to different colors of patterned paper and then I hung them upside down from some twine. I created the letter blocks by layering white cardstock and blue paper. With all these bright colors, this card is certain to brighten someone’s day!"

Soak Up The Sun Card Supplies: Black (71082) - AC Cardstock, Tamale Paper (35434) - Margarita, Santo Domingo Paper (35430) - Margarita, Tango Paper (35422) - Margarita, Long Variety Tags (85553) - Bits, Decorative Tags (85552) - Bits, Pinata (42187) - Remarks, Paradise (42198) - Remarks, Lively (89288) - Ribbon, Taffy (58524) - Ribbon

"I used a punch with the striped Margarita paper to create the flower border. I cut pieces of Bits long and short tags for the banner and decorated them with dimensional stickers. The black cardstock background makes all the colors of the Margarita line really pop!"

I love all the different ways Suzy created banners! Come back later in the day for another look at a new line!

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