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Garland Of Letters

…or should I say alphabet banners? Whatever you wanna call ’em, I think they add such a festive touch to a party or any special occasion.

rag quilt letters

I love the explosion of colors and patterns from this Rag Quilt Letters by Jessica at  Happy Together.  Even cooler, she also shared the tutorial and FREE downloadable letter patterns in PDF so you can whip up something like this yourself. Lovely!

rag quilt letters 2

Of course, I realize that not everyone can quilt (coughpointstoselfcough). How about tracing the letters onto some scrapbooking paper pretties? Need some inspiration? Lookie here:

celebrate banner once wed

snippetink getaway-car-pink-flower-garland

And with that, I just wanna say
your weekend, peeps!

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1 Andrea Harper { 11.20.09 at 10:53 am }

I love these! may actually end up with some leftover scrapbook paper for invitations, what a great way to use!

2 Kathleen at Twig & Thistle { 11.20.09 at 1:05 pm }

What a sweet idea. Oh, the possibilities! Have a lovely weekend yourself :)

3 paperwink { 11.20.09 at 1:51 pm }

i absolutely love these. i am going to make some for the holidays! have a great weekend!

4 anh { 11.20.09 at 3:34 pm }

i love doing banners like this for any occasion. great post!

5 Sophie { 11.20.09 at 11:36 pm }

to you ^-^

6 RobbieLee at Chickiedee { 11.23.09 at 5:33 pm }

These are all so great! I LOVE them!

7 candace { 11.23.09 at 5:39 pm }

so cute! the “just married” one is awesome

8 DIY Holidays « { 11.25.09 at 1:46 pm }

[…] wanted to make my own Happy Thanksgiving sign this year and was inspired by this post at I-do-it-yourself.  I used fall fabric and attached it to cardboard, it really turned out nice.  The possibilities […]

9 dora evatt { 03.23.11 at 1:48 am }

“how cool are this”

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