I am back in full swing here with lots to share with you this week.
Rhonna has been at it again with her Spooky Junque line of digital goodness.
How is it that Rhonna makes even Halloween beautiful?
The Spooky Junque Banner Kit is a perfect printable for those of you not quite ready for the digital world. The kit allows you to simply print and cut and alter. Here is my take on this banner kit::
I used eight flags to make my banner. Punching tiny holes in the top they were connected with vintage thread I procured on one of my antique travels. My suggestion, whenever you come across anything slighly useful like a whole spool of vintage thread that is unique and one of a kind...grab it up. You will not be sorry. I use this thread all the time. So happy to have found it.
kit, and used my blending tool to add some ink and additional distressing. This particular flag is layered with a Martha Stewart doily that is altered with a paint dabber in sandal. A butterfly was die cut from another pattern of the flags, and then attached with a stick pin.
label and then stamped in black using this stamp collection. The spade, a bonus image on the printable, was 'fancy cut' and popped up on the label die cut for another take on this banner.
Love me this chevron pattern with the floral touches on the top! You will notice a bit of a pattern I am following here. As with a few other of the flags, this too is a layered die cut doily, painted, and fancy cut pieces of the bonus elements. I treated one of the pattern paper pieces like a piece of tape and trimmed the edges with pinking sheers. The bird is an image on the printable. He is trimmed out and popped up on top of the layers to add dimension. Very doable, and one only needs to repeat the embellishment to create a divine banner.
I trimmed more mini flags + used the Grateful Glam Tags N Flags kit to make some extra embellishments.
These kits are endless. And I look forward to sharing even more of them with you.
If you have any questions about what you see here, please leave me a comment, and I will be so happy to get back to you.