Monday, April 6, 2015

Hello Kitty Valentine Love Banner

I know Valentines Day has passed but this banner can  be put up all year long - it is so cute.  This was a special project from a friend who made all these banner kits for us - each panel was already cut out with punch holes and the letters all ready with their adhesive.  Yes, the pink seam binding ribbon was also part of this kit. The banner is 16" x 3-1/4".  Each panel is 2-3/8" x 3-1/4". Each panel has it's own unique shape.  Sooooo cute!!!!
Here is the first panel: there is a felt heart embellishment along with a sewn heart button and a bow with a rhinestone on it.  The gold paper key is attached with foam.  I had some left over rolled organdy roses so they were brushed with pink ink, then attached to the top of the banner using sticky tape.  Love the 2 sizes of sequins (one on top of the other) topped with a small adhesive rhinestone.  The shape is further detailed by using a black pen to draw around the shape.
"L" panel has a pink adhesive heart along with double layered randomly positioned sequins. The "L" letter and all the other letters in the banner have glitter along the edges, then each letter is popped with a foam square.  The netting tied in a single knot is subtle on the top right side.
 "O" panel also has the adhesive heart and double layer sequins along with a pink button.
 "V" panel has the single knot pink netting in the top right corner along with double layer sequins randomly positioned on the panel.  Love the paper key popped with a foam square.
"E" panel added embellishment has a small clothespin and a red/white twine bow. Double layer sequins randomly positioned on this panel as well.
The last panel: a row of organdy roses brushed with pink ink, attached using sticky tape.   There is a popped up small envelope 1-1/2" x 1" where Hello Kitty sits.  I got her from a notebook.  By attaching card stock to the Hello Kitty, fussy cut her out, then slide her into the envelope - easy! Punch out a heart using some scrap Valentine paper, then position it on the envelope.
 Thank you for stopping by today to visit.


Jan Castle said...

Oh so lovely Patti,

Gwen said...

So sweet!