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Princess Banner


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Design by: MelodyLane (50 Projects)
Project skill level: advanced
Project time: 2 hours to 3 hours
Project tags: Anniversary Baby Shower Birthday Family Home Décor/Accents Wall Décor/Wreaths/Banners Bridal Shower Graduation Retirement Feminine House Warming Baby Boy Girl Kids Teen Baby Cards Baby Décor Teacher Gifts/Cards Gifts Friends Home

A banner for a Princess. I used Cricut cartridge, Once Upon A Princess, Rock Princess for the font, Edge to Edge for the flower back ground and Art Philosophy for the base of the banner. Ribbons and Rosettes for the rosettes.

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • boa - optional
  • glue gun
  • white glitter paper
  • 2 color of pink card stock
  • swirls embossing folder
  • wood grain embossing folder
  • spray adhesive
  • adhesive ATG?
  • Action wobbles

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

I put the princess together and added tulle under the top part of her dress, you can see better in the video. I used white sparkle tulle and pink sparkle tulle. Added lots of glitter glue. Embossed her hair with a wood grain embossing folder and my Cuttlebug and poped up her bangs. I put her on the pennant with an action wobble.
I assembled the unicorn and butterfly and added glitter glue, lots of it. The wing on the unicorn I only stuck on the bottom, to give it a look like he was flying. and put the unicorn on an action wobble. Again watch the video.
The word princess was from Once Upon A Princess and I cut out the layer and shadow, I popped up the top layer with pink foam adhesive I made myself. I then adhered it to white glitter cardstock and cut around it. I also added glitter glue to the word.
I used the Edge to Edge cartridge and cut out the flower back ground at 11" and then added spray adhesive to the back of it and placed to pennants, one on each end on to it and then cut around pennant, please watch video to know what I am talking about.
I cut the letters from Rock Princess with their shadow. I used the Cuttlebug and swirls folder on the top layer of letter only. I made rosettes using the crown rosette from Ribbons and Rosettes Cricut cart. I used Hot glue on rosettes and letters to rosettes.
I used a pink boa to string everything together.

Step 1

I put the princess together and added tulle under the top part of her dress, you can see better in the video. I used white sparkle tulle and pink sparkle tulle. Added lots of glitter glue. Embossed her hair with a wood grain embossing folder and my Cuttlebug and poped up her bangs. I put her on the pennant with an action wobble.

Step 2

I assembled the unicorn and butterfly and added glitter glue, lots of it. The wing on the unicorn I only stuck on the bottom, to give it a look like he was flying. and put the unicorn on an action wobble. Again watch the video.

Step 3

The word princess was from Once Upon A Princess and I cut out the layer and shadow, I popped up the top layer with pink foam adhesive I made myself. I then adhered it to white glitter cardstock and cut around it. I also added glitter glue to the word.

Step 4

I used the Edge to Edge cartridge and cut out the flower back ground at 11" and then added spray adhesive to the back of it and placed to pennants, one on each end on to it and then cut around pennant, please watch video to know what I am talking about.

Step 5

I cut the letters from Rock Princess with their shadow. I used the Cuttlebug and swirls folder on the top layer of letter only. I made rosettes using the crown rosette from Ribbons and Rosettes Cricut cart. I used Hot glue on rosettes and letters to rosettes.

Step 6

I used a pink boa to string everything together.

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This is amazing!! But I have to ask you, what is an "action wobble"? I don't know what those are? If you can answer that question, I don't know if you want to answer here or on my e-mail- sirensong25@gmail.com

Published on March 02, 2014 by Sirensong25 Flag Comment As Inappropriate
Love it!!!!

Published on November 16, 2013 by gailarita Flag Comment As Inappropriate