Curved Pennant die upside down, a little strip piecing, and adding a little ribbon, you totally get the look of a bomb Popsicle and how great is that for the 4th!!! And then of course, a little applique Happy 4th in navy finishes it off just perfect :)
And before you know it, summer will be done and we will move into fall. And sad to say, Halloween really isn't my favorite, but I do love the Candy Corns!!! And by using the Traingle Pennant die upside down, a little strip piecing, and adding a Halloween Applique, you totally get the look of a Halloween Candy Corns!!! How cute is that :) And I later thought, you could totally turn Traingle Pennant die around for the look of Pie for Thanksgiving and make another fall inspired banner ;)
And finally, you all know I love playing with a rainbow of colors in my quilts, and I totally wanted to make a rainbow banner as well. So I came up with this Spring Banner using the Angled Pennant die, a little strip piecing, and then the fun Spring and Flower appliques. And I just love the spring time rainbow, makes me want to breeze right through all the seasons to get back to Spring so I can hang this up ;)
So if you want to make your own Handmade Holiday Banners just pop on over for the free step by step tutorial!!! (And just FYI, a bunch of Accuquilt Dies are on Sale right now, including the Letter ones!! And you can use code FIREWORK for free shipping all this week ;) When you are done making your own Holidy Banners, I would love to see them!!! You can email me a picture at firstname.lastname@example.org, post it to social media with #happyquiltingwithmc and #AccuQuilt or add it to my flickr group here ;) I can't wait to see your Holiday Banners!!!
Thanks for joining me today and sharing this new tutorial with me ;) I had so much fun creating these Banners!!! And the sky really is the limit of what banners you could create using the new Pennant Die . I am thinking I might have to try that Pie one next :)
I hope you all have a very Happy Quilting Day and for my friends in the USA a Happy 4th tomorrow!!!
Fun ideas. Thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete