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DIY Love Banners in Pink Ombré and Gold Glitter

DIY Glittler Love Banner A few months ago I was invited with nine other bloggers to be on the 12 Months of Martha craft bloggers team and this is month number one! I received my box of goodies last week and found myself giddy like a teenage girl. The box was full of so many Valentine craft paper, stickers and punches, more than I can use so stay tuned for my upcoming giveaway! I was immediately drawn to the 24 Vial Glitter Multipack and the first thought that popped in my head was OMBRÉ! I had been planning to remake the glittered love banner to share here and it seemed like a great idea to pair the original gold version with a pink and red ombré made from these gorgeous Martha Stewart colors. I enlisted my daughter to help me make these banners and heart for a fun crafternoon together. Once we finished, we put together a mini Valentine’s Day party featuring the glittered banners and hearts and using the adorable Love Notes Foiled Postage Seal Stickers as cupcake toppers. So cute, don’t you think? I have created a tutorial for these banners and have a printable pattern for both love signs and the hearts. These print on 11×17 light weight paper. I will give you one additional tip that is not in the tutorial which is. . . use a sheet of paper under the larger letters and the Glitter Tray and Rack for the hearts to catch and save your extra glitter. I must admit, the tray is genius. Glitter on! ~ Lia

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  1. Hi Lia, your DIY’s are so addictive and I cannot wait to try these myself. I was wondering if these are easy enough to do on a regular printer and maybe cut them out on bristol board type paper?

  2. Love these! TFS

  3. these are adorable!

  4. Loving these printables for the hearts and words. Once again you have shared a winner with us. Think these will stay up after Valentines so hubs will know I love him.
    (There are days I’m not too sure of that, 24/7 togetherness is sometimes a bit much for me),lol. Can hardly wait to make these. Thanks so much for sharing your talent. Happy week

  5. i love it !! you are the best :)

    xoxo

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