Hi! Raechelle here sharing a shabby wedding banner project with you today.
Using tape, section off areas of the chipboard that will be painted white.
For the black tuxedos, I used a small black ink pad and gently dabbed it until the chipboard was covered. For the white and gold, these colors were applied by paintbrush with acrylic paints. Once each color was completed and dry, I removed the tape.
Separate layers of clock and paint bottom layer gold and top layer white.
Once paint has had time to set and dry, adhere some vellum to back of wedding dresses, champagne glasses, and heart. Once dry, carefully trim around edges to remove excess vellum. I added a bit of glitter to the dress which sticks to the excess glue used to adhere chipboard to vellum.
Cut banner pennants and add gold misting.
While banner pieces are drying cut coordinating papers and punch scalloped borders.
Adhere patterned paper and borders to banner and machine stitch around rectangle cut portion. Scruff up the top and bottom edges for dimension.
Adhere chipboard pieces to banner and then embellish with flowers, ribbon, and handmade leafs.
Once everything is secure and dry, add twine to hang.