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Fancy This: JOY Banner


Hi, everyone! It is Suzanne with a simple, and quick decor project using the 12x12 Corrugated Sheets by Fancy Pants Designs. I was inspired by a card set I found at my local craft store made from corrugated chipboard. Well, after seeing this, I knew I could create my own. I created a banner for my daughter's room, to sit on a shelf.

Fancy Pants Designs Supplies:
Time For Spring: Die Cuts
Time For Spring: Gingham Dress 12x12 Paper
Time For Spring: Pour Me Out 12x12 Paper
Time For Spring: Tea Towel 12x 12 Paper
Time For Spring: Sweetner 12x12 Paper
Time For Spring: Short & Stout 12x12 Paper
Artist Edition: Filter Paper Embellishments
Country Boutique: Corrugated Paper (Kraft)
Wave Searcher: Buttons

Other supplies:
Scraps of Chipboard
Embossing Folder

First, you need to decide on what size you would like to make your banner. I made it simple, and my dimensions were 6" x 5", and I then scored it right down the middle, so it would fold easily.

To give my corrugated banner a bit more stability, I adhered scraps of chipboard to the back. It can stand alone, and this step is not necessary. However, just a bit more stability, if you plan on displaying your banner for awhile.

Next, I added some ink to distress the edges a bit. Super easy! How cute would a Christmas Banner be, using Fancy Pants Design Home For Christmas line? You can add even more panels, and customize your own words!

Next, pull out your favorite papers from Fancy Pants Designs. Since this was for my daughter, I pulled from the Time For Spring collection. I cut several strips, and borders from some of my favorite patterns.

For quick embellishments, I used flowers found on the Time For Spring Die Cuts. I ran through my embossing folder to add a bit more texture to them.

Here is detail of each of the panels:



I hope you enjoyed this decor project. I think I will be making a Christmas one, next! Have a great day everyone!

-Suzanne Sergi

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