Acrylic Ornament on Layout
Little Miss Molly

Believe Christmas Banner

Hello everyone! The Christmas season is upon us and today I'm happy to share a cute Christmas banner I created using the Believe Acrylic Banner!  This 7-piece banner comes with two stars, four pennants, and one adorable tree in the middle!  




I covered most of the pieces with patterned paper from one  of my favorite Christmas lines:  Pink Paislee's City Sidewalks (which I've been hoarding for over a year!).




Each piece has a metal embellishment plus a "25" somewhere adhered to it.  Loving these mini pennants that come in the banner pack.  


I added Silver Pearl Pen to the outside edges of this star before adding my embellishments. 




The star at the top of the tree has a thin line of glitter added for a fun effect. I used Glossy Accents and Distress Glitter.  




For this star, I used my favorite and well-loved 6 Inch Chicken Wire Mascil and Art Anthology's Dimensional Crystal to create my background. 





I added a small amount of paint in each "hole" then using an old credit card, I spread it across the acrylic. 


And this is what you get! You can go thin or thick with the paint...depending on what you want it to look like. Don't be afraid to experiment!  




Thank you for stopping by today! Check out the Clear Scraps shop for more fun banners and other holiday related products!  Have a great day!  


Additional products used:  patterned paper, die cuts, chipboard:  Pink Paislee; flair:  {a flair for buttons}; bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; wooden embellishments:  Studio Calico; Tim Holtz; metal embellishments, Grunge Board and metal numbers, snowflake rosette die: Tim Holtz; bling: Teresa Collins Designs, ribbon: Snug Hug;  ink:  Ranger Ink; misc: sewing machine, thread. 


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Rosann Barnes

So cool love all the small details ( I'm detailed oriented) love the creativity !

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