Birthday Banner


I had the best time creating this banner with my friend Robin. It is for her granddaughter's second birthday. You might remember that I made a small banner for Chloe here at Christmas. 


We had stuff everywhere. It started with a Happy Birthday pre-made banner from Hobby Lobby that was on clearance. I wish I had bought everyone they had. The letters are heavy chipboard and were a steal at $2.99. 

We used a glitter paper pack and then went to town adding trims, buttons, and flowers, and anything else we could find.  

One of my favorite letters is this "I" with the clear dragon flies and the felt fringe.


Love the raspberry fizz buttons on the "D" too.


I found this rick rack at a little shop which sells trim and buttons CHEAP!!! Like .03 a yard.

The best part was having everything OUT on the big dining room table with plenty of room to play and play and play!! This project just made me HAPPY!

Hope you are having a great week!! ~Rhonda

Too many supplies to name!!!

5 comments:

  1. Rhonda, this is AWESOME! What a festive addition this will be for her party!

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  2. What a fun project! The banner is wonderful--you all did an awesome job!

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  3. Rhonda, this is wonderful! How fun that you and your friend could play together and create something so special!

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  4. What an incredible project! It looks like it was an incredible amount of fun to put together ... and a beautiful finished project when it was done! So inspiring to actually put those banner goodies to serious work!

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  5. It certainly looks like you did have lots of fun making this fabulous banner. Love all the embellishments!

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