Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Design Team Summer Series - Your Next Stamp

Hello everyone!
This week, the design team with Your Next Stamp is featuring fun summer projects that you can make with all the fabulous products YNS has to offer!

Today I am happy to share with you a fun summer project that could be a perfect end of the school year treat for the littles.  Using the YNS large banner die and the large piercing banner, I cut out 8 banners to create the word 'Summer' along with the ends that hold some fun popsicle cut outs from the Cool and Sweet set. For the center of the banner, I used the new Doily Trio set released just this month to pop up with the felt letter in the center.  The letter are just self adhesive letters I found in the dollar bin at Target.  A fun coordinating ribbon color was used to adhere the banner die cuts to and this made a large banner you can hang from a banister, doorway, or even the wall to celebrate the warm season.  





A closer look of the banner.



 In addition to the banner, I also made some fun banners to add to some paper straws using the new released Cool Tag stamp and die sets.  Each straw has a positive, fun saying to keep everyone smiling.  Of course, the candy filled jar that holds the straws probably would make the smiles bigger. The treat bags are just some fun decorated bags that can be filled with treats.  This was decorated using the Cool and Sweet set as well.  To continue with the Cool and Sweet spotlight, I thought it would fun to make a streamer using the popsicle cut outs using the coordinating die set and "sandwich" them with a thin ribbon.

I hope you enjoyed the summer idea I had using various YNS products that are available for your crafting mojo for DYI projects! Thanks so much for stopping by and to see all the fun DT projects, be sure to stop by the YNS Blog! Have a great day!

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