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Great Impressions–Lots of Banners

Happy Monday!  I have a new card using Great Impression Stamps to share with you today.  I made this card using Tags (G483) stamps from Great Impressions Stamps and scraps of paper. 


2013-07-29 GI banners WM


Thank you for stopping by!  Have a great day!



  • Stamps:  Tags (G483) from Great Impressions Stamps
  • Inks:  Close To My Heart Crystal Blue, Honey, Cranberry inks
  • Papers:  Papertrey kraft CS,  October Afternoon Sidewalks 8x8 paper pad
  • Tools:  Big Shot, Provo Craft Seeing Spots embossing folder, Stampin’ Up photo corners punch
  • Embellishments:  misc. bakers twine



Davi said…
Cheryl your card is beautiful! I love how your layered the little banners and such a pretty combo of dps :)
Pam said…
Love the pretty patterned banners!
Like the multitude of banners and the way you brought them all together with butcher's twine.
Audrey Pettit said…
Oh, I absolutely adore all those banner strips! What a fabulous use for paper scraps!!
Beckie said…
Fabulous. Love the different DPs on the kraft base.

Be blessed, Beckie
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jimlynn said…
Fantastic card! LOVE all those banners.
Sandra H said…
Beautiful card and so colourful x
Sue from Oregon said…
Oh I am going to so case this...super idea Cheryl!!!
8upscrapin said…
I am a banner girl and I love them are , your the pattern papers you chose for your beautiful creation , thx for joining us at art impressions.
Janis said…
Thank you for Linking Up at An Inky Situation. Your project is featured on our Facebook Page today and linked to your blog!
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Elaine Stark said…
Love this simple but effective card. Elaine
Great layout and papers!
Debra Miller said…
Love all the banners - awesome card Cheryl. Saw it on MIM. Deb
Pia S said…
This is such a great design, Cheryl! I really like what you've created with all those collorful banners. So delicate and fun! I popped over from MIM to visit.
What a great banner card! Thanks for playing along with us this week at Speedy Fox & Friends blog challenge!
Pat Garvin said…
Cute idea. Love the banners. Thanks for joining Speedy Fox and Friends.
Helene E said…
really elegant! Thank you so much for playing along in our challenge at Allsorts and good luck!
Sarah said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl, love the design and beautiful papers you've used. Thank you so much for joining us at Allsorts for our Kraft It challenge this week x
Sandie said…
Such a great card,unusual too,I love how you have used so many banners to such a great effect,very clever...I love it.

Thank you for joining in with our challenge over at Eclectic Ellapu.

Sandie x (Dt)
Marianne said…
I recognised your card when I saw it on MIM, so I decided it was high time for another visit. Love all your banners against the embossed background.
michele said…
Gorgeous card, thanks for sharing your creation with us at Crafts 4 Eternity. hugs x
Lisa Somerville said…
Wonderful CAS design, love the colorful fish tale banners! Thanks for playing along with the Bloggers Challenge!
Joey said…
Cheryl this is beautiful, stunning design, thanks for joining us at the paper shelter. Joey xx
Patricia said…
What a great way to use up some scraps. Thanks for the inspiration. Thanks for joining in at Eclectic Ellapu this week.
Chrissy said…
Such a great card Cheryl, fabulous way to use up scraps, and so very effective..
Thanks for sharing with us at Make it Monday..

Annette said…
Wow, fab card. I love the scraps for the tabs.
Thanks for joining in with us for our ‘spooled items’ challenge at Top Tip Tuesday
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Stamp Fairy.

Nikki Byrne said…
Fabulous card, what a great way to use up some scraps!! Thank you for sharing with us at OSAAT this week and good luck. Hugs, Nikki DT
Ali said…
This is great! I love how you've layered the sentiment banners with patterned paper banners. Really effective and such a pretty card.

Thanks for joining in our Anything Goes challenge at OSAAT this week. :)

Elizabeth Hart said…
What a fantastic look with the different scrap strips - this is a "must try." Thanks so much for joining us this week at the Pile it On Challenge
Shelly Schmidt said…
How cute- love the banners and the colorful DP you used for them : )
Kerry said…
I love the bright colours you've used for the banners Cheryl and they embossed background. Thanks so much for joining in our Birthday Challenge at LCI this month xx

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