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Valentine Pennant Banner with Jennifer

 Hi! Its Jennifer and I'm back to share a cute Valentine project I created with the new Large Chip Pennant Banner.  This banner is great to make a home decor project or you can use the pages as a mini book!


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I covered each banner with patterned paper and then embellished. You can also paint or emboss the chipboard too!

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Here, I used one of the Clearly Accent Dress Forms. I colored it with Ranger Alcohol ink and then adorned.  

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Thanks for stopping by today and don't forget to check out the Clear Scraps store for this and many of the new products!  



Additional Products used:  patterned paper, tickets, frames:  Pink Paislee; ribbon, decorative pins, chipboard letters, mini wood spools, metal hanger, bingo button, spray ink: Maya Road; bakers twine: We R Memory Keepers and Whisker Graphics; metal game spinner and pen nip: Tim Holtz; alcohol and pigment ink: Ranger; misc: doily and thread. 







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Julie A. Shearer

Beautiful !


Your banner is gorgeous! Love the dress form too!




gorgeous banner!!!

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