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December 23, 2016

DIY Merry Christmas Banner Project Sheet using the Alpha Banner

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Merry Christmas from Graphic 45!  Enjoy this fantastic DIY Merry Christmas Banner Project Sheet.  

Download Merry Christmas Banner Project Sheet

Supplies needed:

Graphic 45 12 x 12 papers: St Nicholas 1 sheet of:

St. Nicholas 4501397

North Pole 4501400

Be Jolly 4501401

Starry Night 4501403

Christmas Cheer 4501407

Season’s Greetings 4501407

Holly Daze 4501408

St. Nicholas Decorative Chipboard 4501415

Graphic 45 Staples: Metal Clock Keys 4501293, Red Alphabet Banners 4501268

Ribbon: 91” May Arts Olive ribbon HN-1-16, 162” May Arts black/ivory striped ribbon RG-8-10

Other:Standard office hole punch

Adhesive

Punches: Holly Punches, large and small, 1 ¼” circle punch, 1 ¾” star punch

Scallop scissors

Bone Folder

Brown ink and foam sponge for inking

Scissors

 

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St.-Nicholas-Christmas-Banner-Graphic-45-Fall-Events-10-of-38Have a blast creating your own banner and be sure to share your creations on Facebook and Instagram with #Graphic45.   

Wishing you a safe and happy holiday from our family to yours.  

Comments

Merry Christmas to my favorite paper company!! Can't wait to see what you've created for us in the New Year!!

Very pretty! Merry Christmas to the entire G45 family!! Thank you for blessing us with such gorgeous products to use on our creative journeys!

Ooooh, love banners and I don't have a Christmas one! Guess what I'll be making for next year! Happy Holidays to all of you at G45!

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

Beautiful!

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