Stampin' Up! Winter Woods Merry Banner!
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Stampin' Up! Winter Woods Merry Banner!

Hey there! Today I'm at a Holiday Craft Fair at the Mt Vernon City Park. If you're in the area, come by and see me! With over 40 local crafters, you're sure to find something you like!

Here's the banner I made for my display!


I used Dashing Along Designer Series Paper for the banner pennants. Each one is 6" x 3 1/2". You can only find this paper when you search (or click on the image in the supply list below) in my online store.


I backed each pennant with a 3 3/4" x 4" Mossy Meadow layer, adhered about 3/4" from the top the banner before I folded down about 3/8" to secure the cording hanger. I stamped the evergreen from Winter Woods with Mossy Meadow ink on Whisper White, then cut with the coordinating In the Woods Framelit.


Each Basic Black Large Letters letter is glued to a Whisper White mat cut with a Stitched Labels Framelit.


I added trees cut with a Sweetly Stitched Framelit, and a Silver Glimmer snowflake cut with the Blizzard Thinlit.


Each snowflake is different!


I love it!


I completed the banner with a Basic Black "Christmas" cut with a Merry Christmas Thinlit die.


The banner is fully adjustable to however long or short you want it to be. I used 15 ft of silver cording in the fold at the top. I folded down the designer paper and then stapled it  so the banner pieces will slide along the cord.


Inspiration seems to always strike best at the last minute, so I only had time to make one! I'm planning to take orders if anyone wants one!

Here's your shopping list so you can make your own:



Shop in my online store:    use Host Code:   WV2MG2FS

Free Stamps! Details on the sidebar!


Call me:  618-237-6281
Email me:

Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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