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With Easter just around the corner, and Spring finally arriving now is the time to create some DIY Home Decor with your pastel paper leftovers. Today on the blog, Brand Ambassador, Yulia Kuznetsova shows us how to mix and match our papers to create a fun and festive Easter Banner that doubles as a Mini Album. Below you will find a step by step tutorial showing you how to put together the layered banner pieces, followed by a video tutorial on how to string it all together. So pull out some of your pretty pastel papers and let's get busy.
Easter Banner and Mini
“Hello Graphic45 fans! Are you decorating your house for Easter? I love Easter decor and today I will show you something.
I have many scraps of different collections Graphic45. I collected all the trimmings and chipboard and made an Easter banner. Its special feature is that you can paste a photo on the back of the banner.
Especially for you, friends, I have prepared
Cut out the banner details: 8 - lilac, 8 - yellow . Size of the lilac detail is 14,5 cm*10 cm. The size of the yellow is 13,5 cm*9 cm.
I stitched the yellow parts on the sewing machine.
3. To create a volume of details, I use binding cardboard.
4. Prepare details on the Easter theme.
Tip: Use cards, a chipboard, and cut-out items from different collections. I use Secret Garden DCE, Sweet Sentiments collection, Once Upon a Springtime DCE, Botanical Tea DCE, Portrait of a Lady collection (chipboard). WOW!
Don't forget to cut branches and leaves. Use Large Tag, ATC Tag and Flower Dies
5. Glue the prepared parts
9. Now cut out the details for the photo. Size of my details 8,5 cm*8,5 cm
10. Glue the details on the back of the banner
And my video for you” ~Yulia
Graphic 45 Supplies:
Secret Garden DCE
Sweet Sentiments collection
Once Upon a Springtime DCE
Botanical Tea DCE
Portrait of a Lady collection (chipboard)
Garden Goddess collection