Hello and welcome to our October 2021 Instagram Hop celebrating our latest release "Whole Lot Of Awesome". If you don’t follow me on Instagram, please do so here. I would love to welcome you in our little tribe. We do share lots more inspiration (and entertainment) over there, than we do here on the blog alone. It’s a fun place to be and yes, every month we have giveaways too :)
I created this pretty little door hanger for a pretty little girl in my life. :) She is in elementary school and has been into redecorating her room lately. Her birthday is coming up next month, so when I thought of creating a non-card project for this month's hop, I immediately thought of her and made this one:
I used our 'You Are The One' stamp set for this one. After sizing and printing it on Canson's multi media paper, I cut it out using my Brother Scan N Cut machine. For coloring I used Studio 71 watercolor pencils. I also added the centers using fine liner pen.
For the banner I used Altenew Party Banner die and cut it out of the darkest blue color cardstock from Blues paper pad. I traced the same die on a thick cardstock and cut it out leaving a slight border so that the cardboard banner is smaller than the blue one on all side. (The cardboard I used was from the cover of one of Canson's watercolor paper pad. #wastenotwantnot !)
Before adhering the blue banner on top of the cardboard one, I added dry embossing details on top with Simon Says Stamp Circular Lace embossing folder. After adhering both the banners together, I added couple eyelets at the top and used a beaded string to create a handle. The pink of those tiny beads matches perfectly with the color of my flower.
Her name starts with a J, so I used glitter gold paper to cut out a J using Altenew Mega Alphabet die for J.
Lastly I assembled everything and sprinkled a few gold confetti and tiny stars to finish it off. I hope she loves this as much as I loved creating it :) And hope you give a try to make something like this with your digital stamps.
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