Thursday, November 29, 2012

Vintage Sheet Music Christmas Banners


I just wanted to pop in and share a couple more Sheet Music Christmas banners I made!
I made a bunch for those boutiques last weekend, and also a few for the shoppe {HERE}. 


Is there anything better than a mix of aged sheet music, distressed stamped lettering, German glass glitter {the most beautiful thing on earth}, and jute rope!? 


I made the banners in the phrases "Joy" "Believe" "Noel" and "Joyeux Noel."



I think the believe banner is the perfect length for a fireplace...
I think I may add one to my mantel!


I had to make sure to glitter them after Ella was in bed because I had to lay them out all over the floors to dry. My floors were covered wall to wall with these babies, and my little sweetheart would have had way too much fun playing with them! German glass glitter and baby fingers don't mix!


These were really fun to make! I am glad they were so popular at the shows just because I had so much fun making them. 

I love everything about Christmas decorations!

10 comments :

Kelly @ thelilypadcottage said...

Love these! The believe one is so sweet. Definitely smart to keep the glitter away from Ella, my peanut dumped an entire container of glitter down an upholstered chair last year, ahhh memories :)

20 North Ora said...

Beautiful Kristen! You did an awesome job. Glad your show went well!!

Judy

Stacey said...

I really like those! :)

Erica said...

you just always have the best stuff! your blog is such an inspiration!! <3

shaggysheephome said...

Super neat and I have never heard of German glass glitter!!!

Emily Netz said...

No, there is not much that is more beautiful than a mix of aged sheet music, distressed stamped lettering, German glass glitter and jute rope!? I'm have more German glass glitter and I am itching to use it!
Thank you so much, girl, for linking up at Putting Down Roots!

JeberandMegan said...

DID YOU PRINT THESE LETTERS? I WANT TO MAKE SOME BUT AM NOT CRAFT SAVVY AT ALL!! HOW DID YOU PUT THE LETTERS ON THE PAPER?

GinaB said...

How did you do the letters?

Laurie Robins said...

Were the letters stamped? How did you do them?

Kaaren said...


Would you be willing to share the font name?

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