Monday, February 26, 2018

LUCKY St. Patrick's Day Banner For Therm O Web

Hello everyone, popping in to let you know I have a post over on Therm O Web's blog for my LUCKY St. Patrick's Day banner created with many shades of green Deco Foil Transfer Sheets, White Foam Adhesive, Transfer Gel and Designer Stencils and iCraft Mixed Media Heavyweight Sheets.


I used some $1 store paper alphabet stencils to hand cut the LUCKY letters from the Deco Foil foam adhesive covered in shades of green foil.


The banners were cut from some Mixed Media Heavyweight sheets painted gold (hoping a leprechaun will be attracted to the gold colour so I can catch him and get him to tell me where that darn pot of gold is!) and then they were stenciled with Deco Foil Transfer Gel through some of Therm O Web's new Designer stencils.  The transfer gel dries clear and glossy so a great alternative to gloss texture paste.


The Irish lass tags were made with Tim Holtz's Tag Press and some vintage images courtesy of The Graphics Fairy and Magic Moonlight Studio.


The shamrocks were die cut with a Simon Says Stamp heart die from the remnants of the foil covered foam and a bit of Stickles Glitter glue finished it off.


Full step by step on Therm O Web's blog, hope to see you there and Éirinn go Brách!

Deb xo

3 comments:

  1. What a fun banner to display for the upcoming St. Patrick's Day celebrations Deb! love the glittery green, the shiny letters and vintage Irish images!

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  2. Oh, look what fun this banner is! I’m like a crow (and a leprechaun) attracted to shiny things! He’ll be quick, so keep your eyes peeled for him. Love all that lucky glitz.

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  3. Cool banner, Deb! How could a leprechaun not be drawn to that! Have a great week! Hugs!

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