Tombow Banner by Debbie Fisher 1

Did you know that this is Tombow’s 100th year birthday? For CHA in January each of the design team members were challenged to create a birthday project of some kind. I created this banner using Fancy Pants’ Hopscotch line and lots of Tombow adhesives.

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To cut the banner pieces (Spellbinders Lacey Pennants) I cut each one first with cereal and cracker boxes and then of the designer paper and adhered them together using a Mono Glue Stick.

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The letters are grunge chipboard letters that I painted black and then applied Mono Aqua Liquid Glue to the letters and sprinkled glitter on. I adhered the letters to the bottom of the pennant with Mono Multi Liquid Glue.

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The top decorative piece to the banner was cut to fit the banner and then on one end I punched it using EK Success Open Scallop Border Punch. The scallop piece was adhered using Dot Adhesive Stamp Runner. I like using dot adhesive especially when adding adhesive to small areas as you just rub away the excess.

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The Sizzix Paper Rosettes were adhered using Power Tabs. I used one fourth of a Power Tab to add each of the buttons.

I wove black ribbon through the top pennant loops and added tied bows with on fourth Power Tab.



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