Friday, January 15, 2010

Valentine Banner

it is time to celebrate,
a very most important date!

This is a one sided banner, with an extra bit at the top to fold over and hold you pennants on the ribbon, yarn, and heart strings ;)

Perfect for in front of curtains along a table or against a wall. For a neater look, cut matching sized triangles out of construction paper to tape on the back, then you can use it in a window, across an archway or anyplace you like

Fondly,
Tricia

21 comments:

Missie/Crafting with Cat Hair said...

I've been looking for something to replace my Christmas banner that is still strung across my kitchen window. :) This is perfect!!!

Nancy ~ Inkcicles said...

LOVE-love-love it!!!!
:-)

Beverly said...

this is so beautiful. i cant wait to try it out thanks.

Sunnymommie said...

aww! it so cute... it will be fun for my kids doing it .. thanks!

Stephanie said...

Thanks for sharing! I printed out the banner and I have it in my kitchen on a piece of red ribbon.

Beth@The Stories of A to Z said...

I'm visiting from Design Dazzle. Thank you so much for this! So, so cute. I printed it out and you can see it here if you like http://bethcrabtreehunter.blogspot.com/2010/01/valentines-tree-mantel.html

Stephanie said...

I made a banner and placed it my kitchen! Cute!

ivy said...

you are the best!! will be doing this with my boys!

tricia-rennea said...

I am LOVING ho much you guys like this. I really am, it is great to get feedback like this it helps me knwo which direction to go with the things I create. SO keep letting me knwo what you love, I am listening (even if I seem flighty sometimes, and please tell your friends.
Beth, I am going to go look at your site now.

Jenn said...

Thanks for another great freebie. I will be using it this year for sure and linked to it on my blog: http://delicious-ambiguity-nennyk.blogspot.com/

Kathryn said...

LOVE this! I printed two sheets to go across our mantle. Instead of gluing I punched holes in the top of each and let my daughter thread them with ribbon. Looks great, thanks!!

tricia-rennea said...

I am excited to see all the creative ways this was used.

Jenn said...

Hi Tricia,
Just wanted to let you know that I’ve got a new FEATURED BUTTON & have started my new MckLinky party TOT TUESDAYS. I’d love it if you’d stop by: http://delicious-ambiguity-nennyk.blogspot.com. Cheers, Jenn

allfinethings said...

Thanks for sharing, greetings from Austria, Europe

Lisa said...

Thanks! I can't wait to print this out and update my living room for the next holiday!

Cheryl said...

I cant figure out how to print it.... help!

Cheryl said...

I can't figure out how to print this!!! HELP!!

Cheryl said...

I cant figure out how to print it.... help!

Daisy Valentine said...

Cheryl,
Click to enlarge, right click to save image, then you can open the image in any program that allows you to add an image, such as word, and stretch it to fit on the page, or you can write to me for a PDF file tricia@shysocialites.com

Megs said...

Ok, thank you for the last comment because I have tried to print it and couldn't get it to do it right. It is soooo cute. Thank you sooo much!

thewholebagofchips.com said...

I am so glad someone else asked how to print this! I couldn't figure it out. :) I love it and appreciate the free download.
Jen
www.thewholebagofchips.com

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