Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Halloween Banner

This week on the Authentique Paper blog we will be sharing projects created using the Glowing Collection and Glue Arts adhesives.

Be sure to stop by the Glue Arts blog every day this week to see what their designers have created with the Glowing Collection.

Here is Tifany with today's Glowing project:





Hi...it's Tifany of InkBlotsbyTRD!

Today I'd like to share with you a project I created using Authentique Paper's Glowing Collection with the help of some great adhesive products from Glue Arts.


I started out by cutting the base pieces for my banner from the Glowing Collection Foundations.
{Each piece started as a 4"x4" square, and then I trimmed it into a triangle.}


I used ExtremeTac Adhesive Squares to adhere the paper banner triangles to some canvas fabric (they definitely have an extreme hold...even on canvas!) and used my pinking shears to cut the canvas.


Each center letter is a sticker from the Glowing Classic Type and is adhered to a scalloped circle punched from the Luminous paper. This is all popped up on UCutIt.

I added some die cut embellishments from Glowing's Noteables, Icons, and Tabloids and some extra little sticker phrases from Diction. Some of the die cuts are adhered using Raisen's to add a bit of depth.


My grandma recently broke her ankle and had surgery and is stuck in rehab for a few weeks, so I plan to send this to her (along with my card from the current color challenge) to add a little Halloween flair to her room.

Thanks for stopping by today!

-Tifany

Supplies:
Patterned Paper: Authentique Paper (Glowing - Foundations, Luminous);
Stickers: Authentique Paper (Glowing - Classic Type, Diction);
Die Cuts: Authentique Paper (Glowing - Noteables, Icons, Tabloids);
Adhesives: Glue Arts (ExtremeTac Adhesive Squares, Raisen's, UCutIt);
Twine: The Twinery (Charcoal, Mandarin);
Accents: Maya Road (Doilies - Kraft, Transparency);
Other: Canvas fabric; Safety pins; Mini wooden clothespins;
Tools: Fiskars (Trimmer, Scissors, Pinking Shears, Scalloped Circle Squeeze Punch); Tim Holtz (Tiny Attacher);

24 comments:

  1. That's sweet of you Tifany. I hope your Grandma recovers quickly.

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  2. I love the banner. Very fun. Hope your gma is feeling better! Send her love from us!

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  3. wonderful banner, great details. love the vintage feel, beautiful papers. Thank you for sharing and the chance to win.

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  4. This is too cute! I'm sure it will cheer your grandmother up!

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  5. This is gorgeous! That paper is so perfect on everything! Love the doilies...That is such a great idea to send to her in the hospital, she'll love it I'm sure ;)

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  6. Great banner, I'm sure your grandmother will love it....

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  7. Wonderful banner! These papers rock!

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  8. Wishing your Grandma a speedy recovery - your cheery banner will definitely help!!!

    Love the pinked edges with the flowers peeking out from behind :)

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  9. Oohhh... this banner is sooo cool! Great work!

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  10. Aww! Your grandmother will love it! That's so sweet of you to send her something to let her know you care. :)

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  11. Fantastic banner Tifany! GlueArts will make sure everything stays put for your Grandma!

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  12. Your Grandma will be so tickled pink to get this great gift from you!!

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  13. Love the project!! The papers are so beautiful!! TFS!! Hugs.. Maggy :)

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  14. Looking very nice. To make this Halloween banners how many day and hour are taken. I think to make this project we need more adhesive are needed right? There are many Adhesive manufacturers in India has introduce many product for these kind of work.

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  15. Thanks for sharing this post with us...nice work ...cyanoacrylate
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  16. This is a nice and simple . Thanks for sharing....Super Glue or Cyanoacrylate.

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  17. Thanks for sharing this post with us...its really very informative....Super Glue or Cyanoacrylate.

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