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Terri O Video: Baby Shower Decorations

By: Video by Terri O, Design by Jennifer Davis for Spellbinders

Make a set of matching baby shower decorations with this project by Spellbinders and video from Terri O. Customize and personalize these homemade baby shower decorations.
 


Materials:

Dies- Here are the exact dies used for this project with sku numbers so can recreate the projects you like quickly and easily.

  • S4-230     Labels 6
  • S4-214     Eyelet Borderabilities
  • S4-205     Eyelet Pendant
  • S3-148     Wizard Tags Trio
  • S4-116     Standard Circles, Small
  • I2-1004    Impressibilities Flowers

Other Materials Needed:

  • Spellbinders Wizard
  • Rubber stamps “you’re invited” & “thank you”
  • Ribbon
  • Green & Pink Printed paper
  • Pink cardstock
  • White Cardstock
  • Green cardstock
  • Gems
  • Citrine, Pink Pigment Ink
  • 3D Foam Squares Adhesives
  • Mini Glue Dots

 

You’re Invited Card Instructions:

 

 

  1. Cut and emboss large green pendant using Eyelet Pendant Die template.
  2. Cut and emboss pink center using the Eyelet Pendant Center template.
  3. Stamp “You’re invited” with pink ink. Cut and emboss with Labels 6 die.
  4. Cut a piece of pink patterned paper to 3.25x4.25” and attach to right side of the front of 4.25x5.5” card.
  5. Tie white ribbon around the large pendant, leaving knot ends long enough to go around the top and bottom of the card.
  6. Using 3D Foam Squares, attach the pink center into the green pendant over the ribbon knot.
  7. Adhere the sentiment to the center.
  8. Attach the embellished pendant to the card at the border between the card and patterned paper.
  9. Adhere the ribbon with tape on the back and inside of card.
  10. Add printed invitation details inside card.

Thank You Card Instructions:

 

 

  1. Trim the white card base to 4.25x4.25.”
  2. Emboss a piece of 3 5/8” pink cardstock with the Impressibilities Flowers template.
  3. Attach a green 3.25” square of cardstock onto the embossed pink paper.
  4. Trim a piece of green striped paper to 2x3.25” and adhere to the bottom portion of the green square.
  5. Cut and emboss an Eyelet center using the Eyelet Pendant Center template and white cardstock.
  6. Using pink cardstock cut and emboss the Eyelet Borderabilities (the double sided border template) as well as one of each Eyelet Accent piece using the Eyelet Pendant die template.
  7. Trim the border to a length of 4.25” and attach to front of card.
  8. Adhere a strip of floral ribbon over the top of border.
  9. Attach white pendant center with 3D foam squares and adhere the pink accent over the top. Place gem with glue dots in the center of accent.
  10. Stamp “thank you” in pink ink onto white cardstock. Trim around the sentiment with scissors. Adhere in the bottom right corner of the green paper.
  11. Place a pink corner accent in the corner near the sentiment.

 

Eyelet Pendent Centerpiece:

The centerpiece was made by using both sizes of the eyelet pendent stacked on top of each other in two different colors. Glue a skewer to the back and place a chipboard letter to spell out the names. Try cutting the skewers in different lengths for pizzazz. We used a tin container filled with foam or you can use glass beads.

 

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