Saturday, 1 October 2016

All that Glitters - Jems Blog Hop

Hello there and welcome to my blog today. It's unusual for me to be blogging on a Saturday these days but it's out team blog hop today so I have to take part. You may have joined my from our lovely Amanda or may have come to me direct, either way I do hope you will hope around our blogs. As always a big thank you to our Sharon for organising us.

This month our theme is All That Glitters and I have the perfect project to share with you. I made this bunting for my craft retreat that I ran a couple of weeks ago. 
It is quite difficult to photograph this project so I have tried as best I can to give you an idea of how it looks. It's currently hanging on the coat pegs in my studio but is going to have to been moved today as it's getting quite cold here now and my ladies will be needing to use the coat pegs!
I cut 17 banners using the Banner Framelit dies and then of course all the letters from the Red Glimmer Paper using the Large Letter framelit dies. 
I added a piece of Candy Cane Lane paper and then set about creating the little guys from the Cookie Cutter Christmas set to decorate the bunting.
I will be running a couple of classes to make this bunting, the first I have scheduled is on Wednesday 30th November and the cost is £22. Details can be found on my Facebook events page HERE

I hope you enjoyed today's project and you will hop over to our lovely Kylie's blog to see her project.

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  1. Gorgeous bunting Julie! I love all the little characters you have made to accent it :-) xx

  2. Love this banner Julie... awesome job!

  3. Love this project so much! But it has nearly bankrupted me because after I saw it in your studio I had to top up an already massive order so I could get these alphabet dies half price!

  4. I love the cute Reindeer peeping out behind the gorgeous sparkly lettering! Fab make -has inspired me :-)

  5. Absolutely live this Julie, so much attention to detail. Would look stunning hanging anywhere. Thanks for taking part.

  6. Love this idea - might have to CASE this and get my little boy involved!