Printed paper (I used is a 6 x 6 paper stack from Lawn Fawn called Let's Polka, Mon Amie)
Kraft Card Stock
Cats Eye Chalk Ink (chestnut brown)
Mickey Font cartridge
Glue for paper crafting
For the egg shapes:
I used my Doodlcharms cartridge. The Kraft piece was set to cut @ 14". Next the colored egg pieces. I wanted the banner to be sturdy so I will be able to use it year after year, so I cut an extra egg from white card stock so it would be stiffer when all assembled. The white piece and the colored piece were cut at 13".
For the letters:
I used my Mickey Font cartridge. I wanted the letters to pop off the colored eggs, so I decided to use a white shadow. For the white piece, use the shadow button and cut each letter @ 3". For the colored letters, turn off the shadow key and cut @ 3".
I made this little banner first. After hanging it, I still thought it needed something else.....I can't leave anything alone! lol!
You can find more Easter how-tos here:
Easter Egg Wreath HERE.
Easter Wreath Revisited HERE.
Easter Bunny Banner HERE.
Old book page Eggs HERE.
It doesn't have to be done all at once. It is a slow process in the works! C-ya next time!
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