November 19, 2020

Christmas Rainbow Banner

 Hello! I was sent a box of fun products from and was challenged to make a holiday project using all of it. Seemed easy enough, except none of it was actually "holiday" related. Luckily I enjoy a good challenge!
So here is my rainbow Christmas banner :)

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 At first, I was completely clueless about how I was going to use rainbows on a Christmas project but then it came to me and I decided to make a banner. I used the Jumbo Decorative Die Nested Flag Banners Set with the Christmas Smooth Cardstock Paper Pad to cut out some banners.
Then using the Decorative Die Set Rainbow Wishes and cut it out using the Flat Card Front Paper and then on each arch of the rainbow I used Distress Inks and Ink Blending Tool with Domed Foam Applicator to add color to each arch in rainbow colors. Then I added some Glitter Brush Marker Clear Shimmer to give it some sparkle.
For the words, I used the Clear Photopolymer Stamps Classic Alpha Bundle with the Premium Hybrid Ink Pad Black to spell out Merry Christmas.
Then I adhered the rainbow using Double Sided Adhesive Foam Strips. These strips were great to bend to follow the arch of the rainbow.

For the trees, I used the light green cardstock from the Christmas Smooth Cardstock Paper Pad and hand drew a tree and fussy cut it out. I cut out two more for the side banners.
On some red cardstock, I used the Little Rainbows Stencils with some Delicata Silvery Shimmer and then added the fussy cut trees to the banner.
Then for some extra embellishments, I added some of the cute Dress My Craft Shaker Elements Carnival Candies.

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