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Valentine's Day Banner (Video)

Hi Everyone,
Happy Tuesday :) I hope you had a great long weekend.
Today I have a how to video on a Valentine's Day banner. I had so much fun making the one for my niece, I needed to make one for Valentine's day.  I love how it turned out and have it hanging right about my workspace. I'm going to need to make banners for all the holidays now :)
[supplies are linked to multiple sources below at the bottom of this blog post]
Watch Below | Watch On You Tube


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18 comments

  1. Thank you for going back to making videos. I missed seeing non SU ones. What hot glue gun do you use with that teeny tiny tip?

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    1. Hi Randi,
      I didn't realize how much I missed it myself. Love doing what I love to do when I want to :)
      The hot glue gun is by Surebonder. I think I got it at Joann's a while ago...only thing I don't like about it is...It's hard to squeeze. My hand tires out fast when working on large projects.

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  2. Beautiful....I'm going to try to think of a music banner for my daughter's senior recital...neat idea.

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    1. That's a great idea :) Would love to see it when you make one :)
      Hugs, Christina

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  3. Very cute banner, Thanks for sharing :) Same questions as above what glue gun are you using?

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    1. Hey Roxanna. It's by Surebonder. I'm pretty sure I got it at Joann's a while back. The only thing I don't like about is it's hard to squeeze. Not something I would use on big projects that takes lots of glue.
      Hugs, C

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  4. This is adorable Christina! You are awesome!

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  5. Okay, I have to make a version of this for my granddaughters. I bought them display frames from CTMH and a little banner like this (I'll downsize it) will look perfect on it. Never thought of using fabric, so thanks for that too. I'm surprised the fabric stayed stiff enough with all the embellishments. It looks perfect.

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    1. Hi Charlotte. Using the fabric adds lot of texture. I love it. Just be sure to seal the ends with something like a Multi Medium Matte or even Mod Podge. It will help the ends of fraying. With gluing the pattern paper to the material, it helps hold the shape better.
      Hugs, C

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  6. Really pretty! I've never tried one before, but I just might have to now! Thank you for the great idea.

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  7. Excellent post with useful information..And the combination of elements are very different and unique on the special day

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