Mar 28 2011

Pennant Tutorial

As promised, I’m back with a tutorial on how I made the pennants for the Easter banner I designed for Spellbinders™ Bunny Hop last week. I’m also going to be posting a tutorial for the Easter baskets at the bottom of the pennants and the ribbon and bows. I’m starting first with the pennant, I’ll move on to the Easter basket and finish up with the ribbon later in the week. 

I thought I’d try something new and fun for you! When I get to the last of the tutorials, showing how I wove the ribbon through the pearls and attached it to the back of the pennant, I’m offering the completed project as blog candy. What do you think? Would you like to play along and have a chance to win the design in the tutorials? All you have to do for a chance at winning the design is leave a comment at the end of each tutorial telling me what you think of the tutorial. At the end of the week I’ll select a winner using Again, to be eligible to win the design, you have to leave a comment on each tutorial.

For all you seasoned crafters, hang in there and speed read .   .   . LOL .   .   . I don’t want to leave any newbies behind!

I’ve received a lot of comments and e-mails asking where I purchased the paper for the pennants. I photocopied the pictures from my sons’ Beatrix Potter Giant Story Book onto white cardstock that I purchased from Staples. The book can be purchased on line for those of you interested. Due to copyright laws, I cannot copy the pages for distribution, nor can I sell any of my designs, they are for my personal use only. I apologize for the quality of the photos, I don’t have an area set up with proper lighting for tutorials yet.

Okay, let’s get started: Trim the page down and place the largest pennant die over the image (ridges facing down as shown above) centering it to the image. (To keep the die from slipping, I taped it down with Scotch Removable Tape as shown above.)

Turn the paper over and place it on the Base Plate that comes with the Grand Calibur (or whichever system you’re using) and cover with the cutting plate.

Feed the sandwich through the Grand Calibur as shown. 

Your cut image will look like this from the back.  Leave it on the Base Plate and cover with the tan embossing pad and Embossing Plate.

Feed this sandwich through the Grand Calibur as shown.

Using cardstock color of your choice, cut the largest lacey pennant to go behind your image, follow the same procedure to cut and emboss as above.

(Tip: If you’re new to the Grand Calibur, you might want to tape your dies and paper down with removable tape. After you’ve worked with it awhile, you’ll get the hang of how to hold the plates for the least amount of die and paper slippage.)

For stability of your pennant, using the largest pennant die, cut a chipboard pennant from a cereal box or something similar in weight. Adhere cut image to the chipboard. (I prefer to use Zip Dry, it doesn’t warp or buckle the paper.)

Sponge around the edges of the pennant with ink of your choice. I used Vintage Photo Distress Ink. (This step is optional.) 

Turn the image over and apply adhesive to the back side as shown.

Carefully adhere the image to the lacey pennant as shown. Zip Dry dries very quickly, however, it does give you time to slide the paper around for a perfect fit.

Apply small dots of Perga Glue adhesive on the lacey pennant as shown. Using a large needle, pick up a pearl and place it on a dot of glue (I used Darice pearls that I purchased at JoAnn Fabrics, they come in a bag of multiple sizes and are located in the bead section.), gently pull the needle from the pearl. I prefer to use Perga Glue for this, it has a much stronger hold than Zip Dry and has a small nozzle perfect for application of the small dots of adhesive.

Do the same on the opposite side, for a total of 12 pearls (six on each side). Do not place pearls on the top scroll or across the top of the lacey pennant.

Place these dies from the Banner Basics Three set on the Base Plate. (You will need to cut four of the small tassel.  If you want your tassel to be the same color, place it on the plate now.  I selected a cream color for the tassels on my banner and cut them later.) If you’re covering the back side of your lacey pennant, you’ll need to do this step twice (see below).

Cover with cardstock and feed through the Grand Calibur.

Cover the cut pieces with the tan embossing pad and embossing plate and feed through the Grand Calibur. (The color is off in this picture, the pieces look yellow, but are green.)

If you’re using two colors on the banners as I did, you’ll need to follow the last two steps to cut and emboss the pieces in your second color. I’m only making one pennant for the purposes of this tutorial. However, in the original Easter banner I made, I followed this step with all four colors and interchanged the pieces, i.e., pink/yellow and blue/green.

Using inks of your choice, sponge color on the smaller banner pieces and the longer narrow strip, using your dies as stencils (as shown). Here you see that I have the four small tassels in cream cardstock. You can cut two layers of cardstock at a time. I fed the tassel die through the Grand Calibur twice for the four cuts.

Adhere the four blue pieces onto the green banner with adhesive, then adhere the narrow green stenciled piece, placing the tassels on top (tassels are normally placed at the bottom of the banner, however, for this piece I chose to place them at the top). Small dots of adhesive were placed on the tassels and glitter was applied. 

Cut 8 flowers using the flower die from the Easter Fun dies. The centers are cut from the flowers. I used a small circle punch and punched circles from the scraps of paper and adhered them to the backs of the flowers. Perga Glue is a better choice here than Zip Dry adhesive, we want a firm bond that will not separate.

In this photo, you see two banners, one for the front of the pennant and one for the back. I placed brads on the banner that will cover the back side of the lacey pennant (we will use this piece in the last tutorial when I attach the ribbon to the pennant.)

Once the adhesive is dry, cut slits in four of the flowers, every petal as shown.


I used an embossing pad, a large ball embossing tool (for the lower petals) and both the small ball and the large ball embossing tools (for the upper petals) to shape the flowers. The flowers that you cut slits in are the upper petals. Place adhesive inside the larger flowers and place the smaller flowers inside. Place adhesive inside the smaller flowers and place the pearls inside the flowers. Let adhesive dry and then add glitter to the edges of the petals. Let adhesive dry. 

Adhere the banner to the pennant centering it on the image.  The top of the banner should be even with the top of the pennant so that the lacey scroll is visible at the top as shown.

I’ll be back soon with the Easter Basket tutorial. I’ll attach the baskets to the bottom of the pennant in that tutorial.

Thanks so much for stopping in and don’t forget to leave a comment if you’d like a chance to win the finished pennant design in this tutorial!

Paper Hugs!!!!!!  


106 responses so far

106 Responses to “Pennant Tutorial”

  1. Marilyn says:

    How kind of you to put up a tutorial on your wonderful project, thank you!!! I just love your blog page, the beautiful projects you make and inspiring us.

  2. Sue K (Australia) says:

    Hi Jerri, another simply awesome creation – i was so gobsmacked again – such a clever clever idea – and so gorgeous to hang in a nursery or childs room – just simply stunning. as usual – love love love it

  3. Shirley R. says:

    The Easter banner is magnificent, thank you for the tutorial. I plan on purchasing the dies and it makes it fun when there is inspiration. The bunny blog hop was so fun, so much talent………

  4. sandygail says:

    I loved seeing how you made the banner and pennant. I like how you used the cardboard box behind the paper. And just all the little details you add to it really makes it so special.

  5. Sue Kment says:

    Very fun to view the process! Lovely project!

  6. Beautiful banner! I love seeing all the details you put into your work. Makes it extra special!

  7. Lorie B. says:

    Thank you so much for the excellent tutorial. Very easy to follow. The detail in your work is fabulous. Lovely work!!!

  8. Maryann says:

    WAUW thank you so much for this awesome tutorial here,It´s really easy to follow.
    And wauw I would so love to win this one, that´s for sure ha ha ha. I just love, what you´ve created, and as I don´t have the pennent dies yet, that would be awesome, and I know, my granaddaughters would love to have it in the room they use, when they stays here ha ha ha
    It´s so gorgeous. We all just loves it. Thanks again for the chance and have a wonderful day.

  9. Marion says:

    Thanks a million Jerri! The tutorial is fabulous and the blog candy is the sweetest ever! Yummy indeed!


  10. janet Brown says:

    Beautiful…..just Beautiful. The tutorial is over the top, even I could complete this project, but not as beautiful as your MAGNIFICENT

  11. Judi Farr says:

    Thanks so much for sharing your special project with all of us who love your work so much, and how generous to offer this beautiful time consuming project as blog candy. Everyone who has a child or grandchild knows the story of Peter Rabbit. The illustrations of Beatrix Potter’s book make this banner extra special. Wow, it would be wonderful to win this!

  12. Heather Peel says:

    hi jerri. what a lovely tutorial to follow .So easy to understand this design .im presently working with beatrix potter cd i have .Peter rabbit as well .making easter cards for some friends .love every detail on this pennant.thank you again. Hugs Heather

  13. Mary says:

    Just a darling Easter deco piece for a mantle, etc. Love the idea of copying the book pages. You always do stupendous work….thanks for sharing

  14. Donna D says:

    GREAT tutorial, THANK YOU!!! I am new to cardmaking and a detailed tutorial really helps. I love your creativity, thanks for sharing with us!

  15. Carol says:

    Jerri, thank you so much for your pennant tutorial! This is such a work of art-I never would have thought the paper you used was NOT scrapbook paper!! You definitely think outside the box; that accounts for your creativity. I can’t wait to read the next installment of the tutorial. Thanks for the chance to win this blog candy!! LOVE it!

  16. Your tutorials are as polished as your work! So easy to follow and understand. Thank you so much for sharing and now I can’t wait to see the tutorial on the little baskets! 🙂

  17. Dorcas 98 says:

    AWESOME!!!! I thank you so very much for your posts!! It is a great inspiration for me that I can follow them and actually do the project and it looks great. Thank you so vey much again. You are awesome!! Everyone please make some time with God each day if you are not already doing that!! He is awesome! God Bless

  18. Ellen B says:

    Wonderful! I so enjoy your tutorials and all your beautiful designs.

  19. cheryl miller says:

    Jerri, I don’t know how you come up with your ideas, but sure glad you do. You do amazing work. I love your site. Thank you so much for sharing with all of us.

  20. Diane says:

    This was a gorgeous pennant, I’m so glad you shared with us how you made it. I love all your pieces Jerri!

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  22. Pat Jandacek says:

    A wonderful tutorial for a wonderful art project. I so appreciate the details of the brand name glues used and when and why…very important info, especially from someone who creates such beautiful things all the time. ‘she knows of what she speaks’ Thanks for your unselfish giving, including this chance to win your beautiful pennant.

  23. Peggy Allen says:

    Jerri, your banner is amazing and I am very thankful you are providing the tutorials. I love the way you used images from a children’s book. I will be on the lookout when I go to thrift stores and yard sales for some great children’s books. I also think it is great that you used Darice pearls instead of the expensive ones being that you have so many on your project. Thank you for providing such a detailed tutorial. Can’t wait for the next one.
    God bless,

  24. Pinky says:

    Jerri, at least I am not No. 502 on your comment section 🙂 I love this tutorial and all your attention to details which is what makes your projects look like works of art worthy of being shown in the “card museum and projects” Hall of Fame…that is if they had one, gf, you would be on top!

  25. Betty B says:

    Your pennant is just gorgeous. Thank you for the tutorial – nice to see how the experts work! You come up with such beautiful ideas. And, thanks for the chance to win your project.

  26. Oh I love this…..awesome tutorial….love how you apply pearls will have to try that too… I gotta get this book so I can make one of these…..thank you so much for sharing…

  27. Cathy says:

    I think you did a fabulous job on the tutorial and as I said earlier, I really love this project.

  28. bethann d says:

    i am in awe of how much creativity and time, dedication it took to make this gorgeous banner. thank yu for the tutorial, it really shows every step, and to think you made the back look as good as the front.

  29. bethann d says:

    oh i forgot to say i’d love the chance to win a piece of your artwork. it would serve as daily inspiration and push me to up my game.

  30. Sheila - UK says:

    Thank you so much for your FABULOUS tutorial……your tutorials are always so informative and so easy to follow. Also many thanks Jerri for offering your wonderful creation as blog candy…how wonderful it would be to see one of your wonderful pieces in the flesh! to speak.

    Love Sheila xx

  31. Rebekka says:

    Thank you for this wonderful tutorial!

  32. Ilene says:

    Fabulous as always. Love yor tutorials. Thank you very much. I didn’t think I would get the pendants from Spellbinders but you have given me second thoughts on that, Keep up the great work. As I’ve said before, God has certainly given you a special gift.

  33. Wonderful!
    I was considering purchasing the Spellbinders pennants, but now they’re a must-have!
    Your work is is just sublime!

  34. Teri says:

    Thanks so much for the tutorial! This banner is just phenomenal – as is ALL your work! I just LOVE your website!!

  35. Carolyn says:

    Thanks for such a great idea! Beatrix Potter is a favorite of mine but I never thought about using copies of pages from a book. You are so inspirational!

  36. Charlene Dahlberg says:

    WOW -This tutorial is just wonderful..Easy to follow( a good thing for me) and all the details. These pendants were not a set I was planning on but now I see the endless possibilities,I will add them to my want list. Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful talent

  37. Thanks for sharing that great tutorial with us. That is a great die.

  38. Kim Baker says:

    I love this project. You have such an awesome talent and I look forward to your creations. Winning this would be like winning a prized possession. Thank you for sharing!! Can’t wait to see the other tutorials. Blessings to you, Kimmy

  39. Johanna says:

    Your tutorials are the best. This one is yet another example of your creative designs. Just love your blog.

  40. Dottie Davis says:

    The pastels you used in these fun pennant dies are so charming. I can just see them as a baby shower gift for the new baby’s room. They are beautifully put together as well as adorable finished.

  41. Fran says:

    Another wonderful idea; great tutorial. Thanks so much for all your inspiration. You are one talented lady!

  42. velta says:

    Hi Jerri! Thank you so much for the tutorial…I especially liked the idea about cutting the pictures from the book…I would never have thought of that and it is a great idea! The colors you chose are perfect and the idea of the banner is magnificent! Hope your week is going great! Hugs 🙂

  43. Jane Elliott says:

    This is an awesome project and so much detail work. I would love to win any of your blog candies!

  44. Michele Wright says:

    thank you so much for a detailed and easy to follow tutorial. I’ve just bought the pennant dies so I’m off to have a go!

  45. bonnie weiss says:

    OMGosh Jerri … if your tutorial was any easier to follow, we’d have to be attending a personal class with you in Florida! Your project was very labor intensive but so worth it … the results are unbelievable.

  46. Susan says:

    Our daughter is having a baby girl in early June and this would be a perfect gift for her. She collected rabbits as a child and has a vintage Peter Rabbit that would be perfect to go with the banner. Oh I so hope I win – if not my lucky day, I’ll try to make a banner for her using your tutorial. Thanks so much for all your awesome inspiration!

  47. Beth Norman says:

    So beautiful. I really need those nesties.

  48. Wonderful tutorial and your pictures really help! Congratulations on making such a great tutorial!

  49. Sheri says:

    Spectacular! Truly! 🙂

  50. Lorraine says:

    Beautiful tutorial and some wonderful techniques that I needed to hear about.

  51. Lynne says:

    Thanks for sharing Jerri, such a brilliant design and so many ways the dies could be used.

  52. Sheri Riemenschneider says:

    This banner is SO adorable! It has inspired me to use more creativity with the Spellbinder shapes. I’ll be looking for the next tutorial on the little baskets – thank you!

  53. Hi Jerri!

    Thank you for doing this tutorial! I know that must have taken a lot of time to put together and I appreciate it so much!
    I think your idea for the blog candy is a wonderful idea! I would LOVE to win one of your pieces and would treasure it! Everyting you do is truly a work of art and beauty. You can always tell that there is so much love put into everyting you create!
    Thank you for all I have learned from you over the years!

    Blessings and Hugs,

  54. Jessica says:

    How sweet of you to give away your creation! I love your tutorials, even if I’ve been scrapping for years! I still learn things. Like about Perga glue being a very strong adhesive.
    I hope I win, I’d love to have one of your creations.
    Hugs, Jessica

  55. Gloria L says:

    I’m so happy to see that you posted a tutorial for this project, it’s so beautiful. Being on such a tight budget, it’s nice to have someone so talented, recommend a product and save me from buying products that don’t work very well. Thank you!!!

  56. Deb Saaranen says:

    Fabulous tutorial on your adorable banner! I have always loved Beatrix Potter…what a precious project!

  57. Patti King says:

    Hi Jerri,

    I am so excited that you have taken the time to show us how to do this. I am thinking it could be adapted for a new baby celebration as well as an Easter banner. I have to tell you that when I saw the pennants, I immediately went online to find the book you used. The first one I saw was $999.00 – I like to fainted. Fortunately there were some with a smaller price tag so one is coming to me in the mail. (Let you in on a secret – I have never read these books – but I will now!)

    I have a couple questions Jerri. First, were you able to run that cereal box cardboard through the machine or did you have to cut it with an exacto knife? Second, is there a spray on sealer that one could put on the finished product t0 keep it fresh for years – like a shellac or somethng? There is so much to learn.

    Once again thank you for being a Blessing.

  58. The penant is sooooooooo cute. I love the pearls that you accented it with. What a nice card front this will make. Thanx for the tutorial and sharing of your amazing talent.


  59. Elaine Parsons says:

    Hi Jerri,
    I’m always amazed at the projects you do. Thanks so much for the tutorial. I’m looking forward to getting the pennant dies

  60. Susie says:

    Whether a beginner or seasoned paper crafter, this tutorial is beneficial. It’s easy to follow and understand. Jerri, when you have time, please address different types of adhesives. I have never used Zip Dry. I know that different weather areas can determine the outcome of how some adhesives work. If I’m going to use glue, I want those added seconds to be able to move the piece around if I need to.

  61. Jan Knapp says:

    Lovely tutorial. I can’t wait to find these dies. I love making banners and I adore Beatrix Potter.

  62. DebraK says:

    This is a very detailed tutorial–great job. I like your idea of using a needle to manipulate beads–I’ve used a pointy tweezers and mostly the beads just get launched into space. What kind of printer are you using to copy the book pages? It looks like great quality for copies. It is so nice to see this step-by-step and so close up. I am still so amazed at the banner you made the other day–it was so spectacular! I love reading tutorials and the only comment I could suggest (to anyone, not you specifically) is to put it in a PDF file that we could click and download it to our PC–and/or print as a document to file. That would be awesome. I’ve never seen anyone do that before but it would be super great!

  63. Victoria Merrick says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you for doing a tutorial on your awe-inspiring Beatrice Potter Easter Banner!!! Everything was explained in detail so now I can try my hand at making one. I am so looking forward to your future tutorials! And……hoping my number gets picked by so I can hang your precious banner on my mantel for everyone to see this Easter!

  64. Nelda says:

    Love your work, bunnies, and spellbinders.

  65. Rufus says:

    The tutorial is great to point out all the little details that you might miss in just looking at the overall picture. But without those little details it just doesn’t have the same punch!

  66. Lucille says:

    Jeri, your work has always left me speechless. It is so amazingly beautiful. What a great idea about the Beatrice Potter book. I would love to win the banner for my grand-sons room. Thank you for the great tutorial.

  67. Norma Robnett says:

    Wow! I love it. Great tutorial, easy to understand every step and the result is wonderful. Thanks sooo much.

  68. Anne says:

    Hi Jerri, A very detailed tutorial and gosh, how can you think of so many little details to be captured in your work? You are simply amazing & detailed oriented!! Thanks for sharing your great project!! Looking forward to your Easter basket tutorial soon!!

  69. LindaMar says:

    You do a great job with your tutorials! Of course, it helps that you are showing us something we WANT to do! Your projects are always so beautiful. I have just purchased your tools for embossing so I can make the flowers from your other tutorials. Can hardly wait to try my hand.

  70. Debbie G. says:

    totally awesome!

  71. I love how you spell every detail out in your tut…so easy once you say all the details…I must get some of that removable tape. Love your blog.

  72. So creative, Jerri.. wonderful tutorial. I LOVE all of these banners.

  73. Clavell says:

    I love your tutorials…they are so well written and concise I can understand each step!! Also, thank you for mentioning your adhesives and supplies…that is so helpful. I have found that adhesives can make or break a project. I plan to try the Zip Dry. Your Peter Rabbit banner is fabulously wonderful.

  74. Beautiful, love your idea of using the cereal box to give it more stability, and the flowers are so pretty you would have never known they were made from that die.
    I am in the midst of making a card box for my daughters wedding and I am applying lace to the box that I have painted, I tried spray glue but now it is all coming off, I am thinking about trying fabric tac next, do you have any thoughts of what I should use?

  75. Heather (Montreal) says:

    Thanks so much for your tutorial. Your generous sharing is much appreciated! It’s wonderful to actually see your step by step instructions and they really help 🙂
    Thanks so much also for the chance to win your extraordinary piece of art. I love it!

  76. Alta R says:

    WOW! Just when I think I am not interested in something then I see something like this and WOW! I have a young couple that want to have a baby and they asked me to do the baby shower cards I would love to make this for the showers banner. WOW!

  77. mary puskar says:

    Beatrix Potter’s illustrations are just so “easter” aren’t they? What a lovely idea. I loved the tutorial. You are very good at instructions in addition to being totally talented! Can’t wait to see the little basket!


  78. Cyndee Scholet says:

    What an ADORABLE banner – it’s just priceless! I love the finishing touches you put on it – flowers and pearls. What a perfect idea for a baby shower gift!

  79. […] For those of you who may have missed the pennant tutorial, I thought I’d try something new and fun! When I get to the last of the tutorials, showing how I wove the ribbon through the pearls and attached it to the back of the pennant, I’m offering the completed tutorial project as blog candy. All you have to do for a chance at winning the design is leave a comment at the end of each tutorial telling me what you think of the tutorial. At the end of the week I’ll select a winner using Again, to be eligible to win the design, you have to leave a comment on each tutorial. If you missed the pennant tutorial, you can find it here. […]

  80. Rebekka says:

    This project is just stunning, awesome details. Great tutorial.

  81. Cheryl L says:

    I love all the detail in the banner with the fringe. Thanks for the tutorial–and for mentioning things like what kind of glue you use, and why. I’m new at all this and when I first started I had no idea that I was going to have to learn so much about things like adhesives. I thought my daughter’s white school glue would work for everything! 🙂

  82. Thank you so much for the detailed tutorial. I love your banner Peter Rabbit is my very favorite. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing talent.

  83. Pam P says:

    Great tutorial you are so kind to share your amazing talent with all of us. Your banner is so beautiful as is all of your creations.

  84. Barbi says:

    I love your step by step tutorials. The pennants are such a great die set and your tutorial really brings them to life. Just in time for Easter you have once again offered up something amazing. Thanks for sharing! Have a great weekend!

  85. Barbara Taylor says:

    Another Great Inspirational tutorial. I love the use of Beatrix Potter.

  86. Fab says:

    As always, I am blown away by your work. I appreciate the detailed instructions you give. I know it must take a lot of your time to do this and I’m sure I can say for everyone “thank you”.

  87. Kristine Vencel says:

    I am so in love with your projects, Jerri! You have such a creative talent that is to be envied! This pennant banner sooooo adorable!

  88. Kathy P says:

    Another beautiful work of art. Thank you for being so generous and showing us how to make this.
    God Bless.

  89. Dorthy Barber says:

    Jerri, I didn’t purchase the pennant die because I couldn’t think of a good use for it — well now that I have seen your great creation it is on my shopping list. So pretty.

  90. Cindy says:

    Great tutorial. You are so creative, thanks for sharing.

  91. Edna Siu says:

    I love the picture, the water-coloring-technique is always my favorite way of coloring pictures. I remember when I was a kid, we (six brothers and sisters) did not have a lot of choice of what we could own, so pencil crayons are the best stationary of all for us to play with, later on, water color pads were the greatest treasure we had, water-coloring played a hugh part of our art lives. The picture you used here is exactly the figures we used to see in the library. You make me slip back to my old days and it is a sweet memory. Thanks

  92. Sandy says:

    I love this banner, it is beautiful. so clever to think of copying the images from your son’s book. Thanks for the tutorial.

  93. Excellent Tutorial! And what a great idea to copy children’s books! I have a small collection that would be perfect for a project like this! Thanks for sharing your talent!

    Deb in WI

  94. Nicolette says:

    Jerri, again, blown away.
    Love the work, love the caring. Thanks for being so inspiring. As always wishing i was as talented. God Bless….

  95. Marian says:

    As usual your tutorial is precise and concise and very easy to follow. I love having the photos showing step by step which is so helpful especially for those of us who need to see before understanding. Beautiful work as usual. Thanks, Jerri.

  96. Dottie Davis says:

    I love these pennants! The soft sweet colors are just heart warming, with all the ribbons and our favorite childhood Beatrice Potter stories. Beautifully made and beautifully photographed. You are tops, Jerri.

  97. Barbara T says:

    These pennants are great. They make me smile and bring back fond memories. That is what art is all about – emotions. Thank you Jerri!

  98. Gloria C says:

    You have done it once again. I just marvel at your talent. I have fallen in love with this Peter Rabbit banner. Thanks for doing this tutorial.

  99. Cindy says:

    I love your choice of Beatrix Potter, perfect for Easter!


  100. Karen Harper says:

    I really love how you did the banner. I didnt think I wanted to get this die but you have totally changed my mind.

  101. I fell in love with this when I saw it, thank you so much for the fabulous tutorial. Now I just need all the dies! 😀

  102. Victoria Merrick says:

    After seeing your Easter banner tutorials, I ordered the the Spellbinders Penants and Banner dies so I can make some of these to give to my family and friends. I know I’m going to wear a path in my frontyard running to the mailbox everyday until they ariive so I can get started……..LOL!!!

    Jerri, Thank you for all of the inspiration you have given to all of us through your tutorials!

    Hoppy Easter!!!

  103. Linda says:

    WOnderful tutorial! I’m a seasoned crafted and even I got quite a bit out of it! I love the thought of copying pages from a book, may have to go and raid the kids bookcases.


  104. Jo Ann says:

    Words fail… Your creativity and artistic talent are amazing! Thank you for sharing it with us. Jo Ann

  105. Helen says:

    A great tutorial – thank you.

  106. Lynn Smith says:

    You can’t imagine how bad I want this. I’m working on the perfect project for it right now! Thanks for the opportunity. I love it.

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