Hello We R Fans! Love is in the air and it is time to start creating for Valentine’s Day. I always love (ha) creating a special dinner for my family that night. And no self-respecting party is complete without decorations!
This banner made with several We R Memory Keepers tools will be the perfect touch to hang over the wall of our table!
The focal point of each pennant is this adorable heart drawn onto canvas with the We R Memory Keepers Fabric Quill Kit. The Fabric Quill kit comes with adaptors for all major digital die cutting machines and markers intended to be used on fabric. It was incredibly easy and smooth to use!
I began this project by adding some color to my canvas banners with the Cordless Marker Airbrush tool. I used pink and orange to create a subtle background of color.
After adding color to each pennant, it was time to run it through my digital die cutting machine. I added the correct adaptor for my machine into my second tool location. Then I removed the cover from the marker and placed it in the adaptor. The heart image was laid out in the software program and then sent to be drawn via the Pen Tool option. The tool went over the image twice, creating a strong and solid line. Impressive!
Please note that because of the thickness of the fabric at the top of the pennants, I placed it on the mat surface upside down. To accommodate this change, I also turned the image upside down in the software. Use the guides in the software that correlate to the mat surface for alignment.
Once the pennants were complete, I created four tassels using colored embroidery floss and the We R Memory Keepers The Works All-In-One tool. The included pegs and openings along with the instruction guide, helped make these easily.
To add more love, I punched glitter paper with the Clear Cut Punch. The small heart image added a sweet touch to each pennant.
When the pennants were finished, I string them back on their original cord. Then from that cord, I tied each of the tassels. This adorable project took minutes! I love tools that make crafting go smoothly!
How do you decorate for Valentine’s Day?