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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Bravo for Cricut Banners!!



Hi, this is Joy and today's home decor item is a banner! I made it for my daughter whose birthday is coming up in March - St. Patrick's Day to be exact! Let me tell you, it was a big day for my in-laws when she was born on St. Patty's Day, as they are both Irish all the way back to the Emerald Island....I could do no wrong after that. Woo hoo!

I cut the banner at 11 1/2" using the Cricut Mother's Day cartridge - the process was very quick!



The inside lettering was done using the Cricut A Child's Year cartridge. These were cut at 6" and then the outside scallop was cut at 6 1/4". What's great about A Child's Year is that it not only has this scalloped oval font, but also a regular font. This cartridge is packed with hidden goodies all over the place. It's definitely one of my favorites!



Oh, the letter "L"....what happened? It looked so good on my desk - I could see the pink L with no problem and yet, from a distance, not so good. I forgot to do a trick I try and do with everything I make. The trick is to put the project a few feet away from you and squint. All kinds of things become obvious with this method. Colors that don't work become very obvious, for one. Also, it gives you an idea how to balance the project. I left this mistake so I could tell you about the trick....OK, and maybe it was also late and I'm tired. Hee hee!



Moving on, here is how I joined the banner sections - just used some thick grosgrain ribbon I had on hand from Michaels. Paper was from Core'dinations, October Afternoon and Bo Bunny. Quick and easy!

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431 comments:

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maryanns said...

Beautiful banner! I like the way you connected the letters with the ribbon. This cartridge is now on my "must have" list.

cardchick said...

very cute banner...and what a great tip....cardchick50@google.com

Okiemom said...

Very nice banner! I've never tried one of those...will have to do this for the next birthday!

Nate's Mimi said...

How fun! Will definitely try this for DGS' birthday!

TR said...

Nice job...
The funny thing about the L is that
I REALLY didn't even see it the first
time I scrolled thru it. I thought I
wonder why she left that one blank
and not until I actually READ the
article did I see that there actually
was something there. hahahaha


Very Good Job over all tho. (hug)

Stephanie said...

Great banner! Perfect of any type of celebration. My son wants his party at my house this year and I have lots of ideas.

yvette said...

Love the banner!! And what a great tip. I should try it with my projects, cos things like this happen to me all the time :)

Craftyanny said...

Fantastic banner, thanks for the great tip
Anne x

Jan Foselli said...

Way cute! I always wondered how you creative ladies made your banners! Thanks for sharing :)

Crystal aka Caitlynsmommy said...

Love the colors!

Anonymous said...

Love the colors-what a cute banner.
KateB
kateb@buckeye-express.com

Parcha said...

Great way to decorate for any occasion. Thanks for the tip.

Bytesprite said...

Her name is so appropriate. How cute. Love the banner. So will she. L and all.

Shirley said...

Awesome banner!!

JanJay said...

Great banner,looks fabulous

jan x

Brenda said...

Very nice banner. TFS. and thanks for tip. Looking forward to Thurs.
Hawksteammom@gmail.com

Kim. said...

What a beautiful banner and love the way you connected it, that is a striking look. A St Patricks birthday causes for all sorts of parties especially when older lol. I married on St Paddy's day and wow do those Irish know how to celebrate. My husband and I are not Irish but as my husband booked the wedding as a surprise it was the nearest date he could get to my birthdy of the 19th that was without realising what day it was lol typical man I here you all shout.
Kim xXx

jennydecuir said...

Wow! Great banner. I think I'll have to try one of these for my husbands college graduation in a few months. Thanks for the inspiration!

jennydecuir@hotmail.com

Heather said...

Cute idea! Thanks for the tip.

Debbie said...

Hey. This is cool banner. It could be adapted for many different ocassions.We are having a graduation party at our house this year. Maybe I will use this idea for that. Hmmmm. The possiblities are endless.
Thanks, Joy.
Debbie from The Colony

Fleasbenz said...

Cute Banner. Thanks for the tip.

Donna VW said...

The squinting tip is so good- I use it when choosing fabric and flowers, too! I love the banner. I have been making quite a few lately. They are a great personalized gift and the cricut makes it a snap.

Anne said...

Love the banner. I just got the Mother's Day Cart!

Your daughter will be so happy to see the banner.

Joann said...

Lots of ideas come to mind for this banner. Very nicely done - even with the light "L". Thank you again. Can't wait till Thursday - wonder if it has anything to do with what Robyn is also waiting to tell us.....?

Joann
joannmarch

texmorg said...

This is really nice and the possibility's are endless. I love the paper.
Linda

penny said...

cute banner, I'm sure you daughter will love it!!

PennyG cricut mb

jengd said...

VERY cute! I agree with you- it is amazing how visible that "L" is in your closeup photos and how much it vanishes in the far-away. However, everyone knows what it says and it's still fantastic! The funny thing is that I actually didn't notice it at first glance, only once you commented on it.

Sheila said...

Beautiful! I never thought of banners until I saw this.... what a lovely thing to do for someone!

Aeify said...

Beautiful!!! Esp the colors. TFS!!

Claudia said...

I've neveer tried a banner, but after seeing your beautiful one I'm inspired to try! TFS

Susan said...

OH Joy I love this banner. The papers are wonderful!!! Happy Birthday (early) Kelly!!!

Nancy said...

nice banner isn't that cart wonderful

Leslie L. said...

My husband's birthday is in two week...maybe if I start now I will have it done by then ;) I need to run to the store this afternoon and get this cartridge--I have an IOU from someone from Christmas that I think it is time to cash in.

Kath said...

She's going to love this for her birthday - great job, Mom! And thanks for the hint - I always wonder how things look great on the table and later when I see them, I think "what was I thinking?"

Show Love-Make Cards said...

Very cute banner!!! I love the papers! Thanks!

Katie said...

LOVE the banner! I made a few baby shower banners last year--pre cricut... I used my friends and they turned out amazing! It was the same concept as yours except it read "baby". A big hit!!! I am actually going to make my husband a birthday banner... similar concept But with "Happy Birthday" spelled out, and then I figure I'll make a second row with his name on it that can be easily removed so we can re purpose the birthday banner!

I would love to have this cartridge to up my banner game!!!

ktbright7@aol.com

Elizabeth (Beth) Moore said...

My birthday is March 17, Saint Patrick's Day as well .... and yes, to the delight of my grandparents who are Irish :-)... I love, love this banner and for a change I also happen to have both carts that you used... yipppeeee!!! Can't WAIT to try this project for myself!

2 Krafty Girls said...

I love the banner Joy, what a cute idea!

Kristin G. said...

Very cute banner!

Karyn Norris said...

This is great! I am going ot make one for my kendra for tomorrow as she is turning 5.

Anonymous said...

Great banner and can be adapted for so many occasions!! Thanks for the idea.
Carolyn
cccsun55@aol.com

debbie said...

Thanks Joy for the banner idea....it's been snowing here forever in PA.....we need a little something to celebrate....St. Pats day banner will be fun to make.

Merilee Lane, Where Life is But a Dream said...

Cute banner! I love the scalloped ovals! I might make a few of these for my grand children! Thanks for sharing.

chloebernice at gmail dot com

Susan De Crafter said...

What a very special birthday banner. And should go great in a bedroom after.

Creative Char said...

Super quick and easy way to add that extra special touch when decorating. Very nice.

jilleenhays said...

Love the banner. The colors and pattern paper are beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

Melissa said...

Great Banner.I love the paper. Thanks for the tip also.

Melissa
iizmmj41@yahoo.com

HeidiK said...

Beautiful banner, and so festive! I love it. Thanks for another great idea1

Brens Designs said...

That is soooo cute! Love the tip and will try it as I have this happen way to often. Please do not enter me in the drawing as I have this cart. Hugs!!!!

cinmfoster said...

Cute banner and thanks for the tip.

mdog said...

Joy
Cute banner! Love the story about your daughter being born on St. Patrick's day!! Maybe you can cut another "L" in a darker pink and lay it over!!

Nataliya said...

Beautiful banner, thanks.

Annette said...

Love the banner! Thanks for sharing!

Maryellen said...

Very cute banner Joy! And what a
perfect name for a girl born on
ST Patty's day! Thanks for the
inspiration!

Anonymous said...

Well, you are right, I didn't know it had all these hidden things on the cartridge, I just thought it was the shadows and I knew I wouldn't use them. I'll have to take a second look at that cartridge.

Also a quick fix to the pink not showing up that I do, is take a matching sharpie, green or even a black one, but to fix the pink letter you will have to do this to all of them. But it will make it stand out and also add depth to it. All you have to do is trace the edge of the cutout with the fine tip sharpie and now it will POP. :) Hope this helps.

Brandy Baucom

DebJoAl said...

Banner reminds me that spring is "just around the corner". It's a corner we have been waiting for in northern Missouri!!

Darlene-Joy said...

so cute!!! nice way to pesonalize an event.
Darlene-Joy

love2create said...

Very cute banner. Would be a great idea for upcoming graduations!

Jean

Terrie said...

Love this idea. My son's birthday is coming up and he loves to do crafts with me so we are making one for him. Great idea!

Joy said...

Very nice banner..I have seen this done somewhere else..but can't recall where. But it's beautiful. It just reminded me I can do one for a bridal and baby shower..thnx

alwayscharlie said...

What a pretty banner! I'm going to try one this weekend for a baby shower - but without A Child's Year (:

Summer Braxton said...

I'll be making a birthday banner in a few weeks for a friend's 40th! I'll be sure to do the squint trick.

Tammy D said...

I really liked that way you connected the banner with a ribbon. Wowsers, why couldn't I think of that. See how important you all are!

x said...

Cute, cute, cute! I love it that our Cricut machines are so versatile!
Have a great week!
--Susan from SC
suebella4u@hotmail.com

Christine said...

So pretty and feminine I love it!

TFS!

-christine

sandyh50 said...

What a great banner! I really want to get this cartridge!

sandyh502001 at yahoo dot com

Carol said...

It's a great banner Joy. And a happy birthday to your darling daughter too. How fun to be a St. Patty's day baby. And how great for you to be such a big hit with the family too! =)
Hugz,
♥Carol♥

K-E Kreations said...

Outstanding! I love the ribbon that connects the letters.

Mimi said...

I just did my first banner last week and it was fabulous! Why hadn't I done them before? Anyway, yours is adorable! Love the paper used.

ellen s. said...

oooh! i love banners and this is no exception. gorgeous

blueskygirl said...

The banner is just beautiful! It looks so professional too!

Carol<>< said...

I really like the colors you used, very spring like!
Carol<><

Susan said...

There are soooo many uses for banners! What a terrific idea ~ love the close up shots! Thanks so much for idea!! LOVE that cartridge!
SusanJ

rebecca_geile said...

I bet your daughter will love this!

NancyLynn said...

Nice banner! Why didn't I think of that for my grandson!!

cfine said...

Nice banner! I'll have to try this since my daughter's bday is on March 16th!

Dana said...

Thanks for sharing your banner and your tip. I'll have to try both, maybe for the two graduations this year.

Stacey J said...

Beautiful!

Janice said...

I just love the pink and green colors together. I use them alot. I really think I need this cartridge. Cute banner. Great idea.
jlbabbott@msn.com

Joanna said...

I love this banner. I remember when we used to make banners on the computer and then tape them together. We've come a long way!

Rhonda said...

Very cute banner! I bet your daughter just loves it!

Lesley from WI said...

Love the banners that are being made with this cartridge....I see this is going to be a must have. Very pretty!

Scrappin' Playground of Dreams said...

SUPER cute banner!!! Thanks for the "squint" tip!!!

Beth said...

Very nice banner & simple enough to recreate! I've been tossing around the idea of doing one for Easter! The colors on this one are perfect - not too light & not too dark.

lynny_tin said...

Cute banner! Thanks again for another great idea. Lynn

mekei said...

perfect timing. i was just going to make some banners with the kids for projects. thanks.

Lee Ellen said...

I've been thinking about a banner for my son,he's 34, and a fan of the Kentucky Wildcats. He works nights so mom goes over during the the day to decorate.
Lee Ellen
wigellen@aol.com

Anonymous said...

Love the banner. It's so cute!
tjones_2000@yahoo.com

Lynn B said...

Great banner. I do love a Child's Year so many things you can do with it. Good tip as well.

IRW Dana said...

I love the banner. I've always wanted to make one, you've inspired me to start making one now for Easter. Thanks for the inspiration.

Jessica Wekenman said...

Beautiful Banner! I love the papers you used. They all work so well together! Thanks for the inspiration, as always!!!

KristinaH said...

What a fun project. I'll have to try a boy version for my son's upcoming birthday!

Thank you for sharing.
~KristinaH

amy said...

How cute is that banner! I made something similar for my grand daughter using hearts and flowers with happy birthday on them.Thank you for sharing that project!

Diana said...

cute banner! And I happen to have that cart in my possession thanks to my SIL.

Country Twinkle said...

My son has a b-day next week. Thanks for the idea.

Marie R said...

How cute! Easy way to announce anything! I need this cart now:)
-Marie R (Frisco TX)

carriedan1 said...

Beautiful Banner!! Very pretty color comco!

Jamie said...

Fantastic banner! Looks very simple yet fabulous!

Jena said...

Oh man this is so cute and seems so easy that I now must add this cart to my ever growing collection! TFS!

Anonymous said...

I love it! I've never made a banner but you make it sound so easy. I love the pp you used on this...TFS!

Carol
aka cyimbugbitten

Stampin Kimber said...

Awesome banner...what a great idea for any occasion!!!! TFS

kimfletcher@shaw.ca

Julie said...

I love making banners for every occasion! Would love this cart.

Deanna said...

Great banner, Love the colors and papers you used. I love the ACY cartridge.

Dawn said...

I will have to do this, but my kids b-days are not until the end of aug. and nov. Cute banner. thanks

mary stuart said...

Love your banner, Joy!
you are so funny, but thanks for the tip no matter how you were prompted to remember!
and what a blessing, St Patty's baby! You do go over and above as a dil!

Jennifer said...

What a great idea, I never would have thought using this for a banner.

Donna said...

This banner is beautiful, your daughter is going to love it. I too love A Child's Year.

Donna C.
goCricutgo

Diana said...

Thanks for the tutorial. Cute banner. I appreciate the close up shot of them being overlapped and joined. Thanks.

Angie Little said...

Very pretty banner. Love the ribbon.
TFS.

kim said...

Love this banner. I have a bay shower to do and this will be perfect. Thanks

Crafty Sue said...

Joy, love the banner! And that paper is to die for. Guess ACY is going to be my next fav. cart! (As soon as I get it, hint hint)LOL

rfeiertag said...

this will be great for the bridal shower for my future daughter in-law.

justhaveinfun said...

Very cute, I will putting on a baby shower and could make this instead of buying something. Great job!
Thank you for sharing, Dena

Mom2Fiveplus3 said...

Looks great. Ihx for the tip.

Ann said...

How cute ~ can be used for anything from birthday, baby shower, anniversary or wedding!!Thanks Joy

Ann said...

How cute ~ can be used for anything from birthday, baby shower, anniversary or wedding!!Thanks Joy

Marty said...

Yes aChild's Year is going on my must have list also. Just so many cute things on it. I love the banner and the simplicity is great.

Debra said...

Banners are so much fun! I love this one. I try to make one for each of my grandchildrens' birthdays and they think they are fantastic!

StefanieH said...

Great idea, i gotta make one for my 3 year olds b-day and any other event. Thanks for sharing.

StefanieH
chrisandstef@sympatico.ca

thkelly said...

So nice of you to make this for me, (my last name is Kelly LOL) but anyway it is just so Pretty, love the papers and a really neat idea for a B-Day banner, to Cute, and if you need my addy just drop me an e-mail Hee Hee. We're Irish also!
Theresa K
mccadesmom@gmail.com

tishy34 said...

the banner is so cute. thanks so much. i am going to try and make a banner. i have been wanting to for a long time and never got the nerve up until now that i saw yours. thanks so much
michele
tishy34@hotmail.com

Lily said...

I think I'm going to make a banner now. Thanks!

lovelyinspiron at yahoo dot com

Beth said...

Wow..I didn't think of doing something like this! Thanks for the great idea! I love the paper you used..it made a beautiful banner.

Sarah said...

Your banner is so cute

Rebecca said...

I'm noticing banners everywhere. Love them! Love yours too.

RedHead said...

I also made a banner with my Cricut! Here is a link if you would like to check it out:

http://redheadscraftmorefun.blogspot.com/2010/02/birthday-banner.html

Have a great day!
Courtney

Nana Mouse said...

So very special!! Happy Birthday (early) Kelly!! Thank you for sharing your delightful project!

Stephany said...

love the banner, u gave me a good idea for my sisters bday! just missing that cartridge hopefully I can find something similar w/ one of the ones I have.

Shirley said...

Very cute banner! Love the colors used and the papers.

sfread171@hotmail.com

Laurieinaz said...

Nice banner.

Kathleen said...

How FUN is that banner!!!! I'm sure Kelly just loves it and having birthday's on St. Patrick's is cool too!!!

Sandy said...

Love the banner, love the colors - why don't you just outline the L with a pretty marker? Happy Birthday, Kelly!

Anonymous said...

Huh, Mother's day cartridge. I never knew it had stuff like this.

trafalconer@yahoo.com

cdaily28 said...

Love the banner this will come in handy for our daughter's birthday party next week!

Lori in SC said...

Beautiful, your daughter will love it.

Anonymous said...

Love the banner! I made one before but it would be a lot easier with that cartridge.
Kim
smoats01@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Great banner. never thought of actually making one. Thanks for sharing.
Minta
mintab@gmail.com

Krisha said...

I love the banner. I made a western themed one for my girls birthday party last year. It was a great hit

krisha80@cox.net

bubbles32 said...

I love that banner. My daughter would love this, but only in black white and turquoise. Thanks for sharing

Debbi

Kaypossum said...

Love the banner _

Karen

Cindy Vermeer said...

Love the banner, great party decoration for any occasion! Thanks for the idea!

Heather said...

Love the banner. It is great for any occasion.

Pam said...

Very, very cute. Looks like banners are in, seeing them everywhere.

ShanzMom said...

Wow! I wish I had seen this before my daughters birthday on the 12th! What a great idea!

Sharon said...

What a clever idea to make a Birthday Banner! I appreciated the idea to put the item further away and look at it and also the squinting idea. I need all the help in the design area I can get! I have even a greater need for the Child's Year cartridge after seeing this. Thanks!

Mrsrogers@chartermi.net

LoriO said...

So cute...gotta do this for my daughter's birthday that is coming up.

Laurie K said...

What a sweet way to decorate! I would LOVE to have this cartridge! Thank you all for your inspiration!
alkathol@hartel.net

PenLight said...

I've seen some great banners on the cricut boards, and I've seen some on other blogs. This one is so cute! It's an extra push to try one!

Deanne Gutierrez said...

I love this banner and I am now going to have to get a cartridge that cuts these!
Deanne
dgutierez1@msn.com

Paper said...

Cute and a fun idea!! Thanks

LauraNehring said...

Love the paper you used for this banner! Very cute!

Stephanie said...

Love the banner. A couple of weeks ago I cut a banner for my niece to use by welding tabs onto a triangle and cutting it 16 times. The next day I received Mothers Day cart in the mail. Go figure.
Murphy's law.

Joy said...

Love your banner! I could make one and send to DD for her birthday (She lives a couple of states away)and then she would have something cheery for her big day! One of my drreams is to visit Ireland someday!

Em'smom said...

super cute banner! what a great idea
Lori
lori.harrison@csus.edu

Grandma Nancy said...

Love it!! I will have to make some banners for the grandchildren for their special days!!

Veronica said...

Cool banner. Your instructions are great for any occasion. Thanks for sharing.
Veronica
vballen@comcast.net

cma21317 said...

My birthday is 3/17 also. It is always a party on our birthday. I just recently purchased a childs year cartridge and love it also. It is a must have.

Paula said...

I'm glad to see other's have bloopers! However, you're still looks better than mine! Ha!

Anonymous said...

Great idea... this will work perfect for the stagette I am planning.

taras

Angel said...

That banner is fabulous looking and it has given me my own ideas. I love this blog. Thanks so much!

angelschafer@yahoo.com

figment said...

OMG this banner is so cute i will have to figure out how to make one for my daughter her Birthday is in March thanks Penny

Katherine said...

Very nice Joy. I really like the colors.

Lisa said...

Cute banner! I especially like the cherry paper. Nice job!

sgute61 said...

Really cute banner, I like the ribbon and the papers are pretty!
sgute61@yahoo.com

sun_flower73 said...

This was perfect for me. My daughters birthday is Sunday, so I will be trying this project!

Bobbi said...

Love the colors you used on the banner. Very cute. TFS

Kraftychick said...

What a great idea - I didn't know how versatile Storybook is!! TFS!
jackie

Kathy said...

Great banner. I made one for Valentine's and got many compliments. They are so easy. Thnak you for the great tip. I must put this cartridge on my "need" list!

kcjett@gmail.com

debbie susee said...

Love the banner. I might have to make one for my birthday boy for next week.

Nana Jo said...

Cute banner - what a month for birthdays. Have fun.

Nana Jo

Anonymous said...

great looking banner. I have this cart and I love it!!So sorry tammy has left I wish her good luck and hope she will stop by some time. Dee at ed0946@ptd.net

My Creative Time said...

CUTE banner! I love it!:)
hugs,
Emma:)

MickeyMania said...

Lovely banner, it is just so girly-girl!! I love to make banners for parties so I may 'need' that Mother's Day cartridge!

Renee

Pigott Clan said...

super cute!! yay for you that you have that bonus with the in-laws hee hee :) gotta love St. Patty's day!!

scrapguy said...

I love the scallop alphabet--it has soooo many uses--I thought I would never use this cart but it turns out to be a tried and true when you need something it's got kind of cart--oh and the banner is beautiful!

Scrapamum said...

Banners are so popular right now. This one looks great.

Shirley said...

I love this cart. would love to win so I can give it to a friend. Pick me.

JSharer417 said...

I am a fan of A Child's Year for sure. I really like the lettering on the banner. JSharer417

4kids4 said...

Love that banner...great color/pattern choices! Looking forward to Thursday!! Give us a hint....

~Sharon/4kids4

Nancy said...

Really neat idea,,, thanks
Nancy
nkmedar56@gmail.com

Kerie said...

Great banner and happy birthday to your daughter... a bit early!!!

scrapper1969 said...

Oh My... Joy! This Banner came out sooo stinkin cute! I love the paper you used and it looks terrific! Great size and all...:)

Cathie in UT said...

Love your banner. Why is it I don't think of this sort of thing?

Lisa said...

Oh Joy, this is sooo sweet, I know your daughter is going to love it!!!!

I love ya'll show what different things can be made using the cricut!!!!

I have really enjoyed all of the projects that I have learned these past months, and hope this blog goes on for a very long time, I know it takes so much work, and I appreciate all that you do!!!!!

*hugs*
Lisa

Teresa Kaufhold said...

Cute Cute banner! I've made one "celebrate" banner for a party...need to do more! Thanks for sharing

Shauna said...

Love the banner! Cute idea. I get so much inspiration from this blog. Thanks

Anonymous said...

Joy, you are too funny! The perfect daughter-in-law :)

Love how you joined the banner. It came out great!

Marta
sassyscraps1@yahoo.com

Merrill said...

i love, love, love the banner! hubby's bday is next week and he is getting a beautiful banner!
thanks so much for the idea!
merrill
merrillh@mac.com

terrie said...

awesome banner...I agree this cartridge is a must to get...
well done

Roni said...

I have really wanted to try a banner and I think you have inspired me to actually do it! Thanks Joy!

MotherMonkee said...

I am loving the Banner idea! Thanks for sharing! -Roxann

rdolsen @ gmail dot com

lavendarrose29 said...

That is such a cute banner. I need to look into this cartridge. It seems to have hidden value I did not see when I have looked at it.

aimado said...

Very cute banner. It always helps to step away for a minute and come back to see things diffrently.

AndreaA said...

Very cute Banner!!

Ileana said...

Love the banner - Gives e great idea for next birthday.

Marie said...

Very cute...love the banner ideas...the squinting tip is great too!

The McIntyre Family said...

Very cute!!! My daughter's B-day is in 2 weeks and I was thinking of doing a banner for her present table and this gives me an idea. TFS
Sara
saraw67026@yahoo.com

KTbirdiegirl said...

Very clever banner! I've never done a banner and that is a great idea for special occasions. I, too, love the ACY cart. It is loaded! TFS.
Kathryn

ScrapHappenswithAngie said...

Love the banner! Such a clever idea and it's something the kids will cherish. I'm going to scrap lift this for my boys. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

This is very cute! Your DD will love it! This cartridge is on my wish list, it has so many fun things on it.
~Anna
Anna11102@aol.com

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