Thursday, June 14, 2012

HELLO KITTY! Banner projects

Good Morning All!

I just love Hello Kitty. What can I say? If I had my own little girl, everything would be Hello Kitty in my house! But alas, I must restrain my Hello Kitty-ness to my granddaughters!

I made this Hello Kitty banner for my spitfire granddaughter, six year old Desy. She shares my love of Hello Kitty!

 Here, in these two pictures, you can see some of the details. The Hello Kitty Cutouts are from a Big Shot die (I got on sale at half price!), the papers are My Minds Eye, and October Afternoon. I also made flowers from vintage children's books, using vintage button for centers.

 The glitter letters are from Michael's, as are the chipboard butterfly.

I had a really good time making this ultra girly banner for my beautiful granddaughter!!

Now on to the boy stuff!!

As you can see, this banner is for Zeryk, our one year old grandson! He has just started walking!

 I used My Minds Eye products in this project, I love the muted blues and greens.

 However, my mother observed that it was a little bland...what do you think?

Do you think I should punch it up a bit with some brighter ribbons and glittery edging?

I did outline the glitter chipboard letters for more visibility.

Our oldest grandson, David (aka Pnut), loves trains.

 He has a gajillion miles of toy train track that runs round and round the house!

In this project I used papers I purchased on sale at Ross. The package had been opened, and resealed, but the product name is missing...the whole package is about toy Lionel Trains!

So perfect for Davids banner, huh!

One embellishment says "Never Question the Engineers Judgement"

Well, have a good summer day!
Thanks for stopping by!


  1. really lovely. want to invite you to come share this and participate in our linky party here:

  2. These banners are so cute! I really like the one for Zeryk. The colors are great. Thanks for sharing at Showcase Your Talent Thursday!

  3. you should know by now that I absolutely love each and every banner you create! Hello Kitty is just fabulous, all the attention to detail is amazing! Love the second banner and I like it's muted state! Perfect for a little boy but not too flash! Then the last banner... yes bright but beautiful! Love the train theme and how each banner must reflect {at least I'd like to think} each of your special babe's personalities!

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