Make a Super Fun Birthday Party Banner


By Kyriakos Pachadiroglou

Cut some V-shape fabric pieces and decorate with large dots using MEMENTO inks and Imagine’s Jumbo Daubers. Use the Tear It! Tape to set everything in place and small round pieces of SHEET metal to add some shine and embellish this party banner.


Skill: Beginner

Time: 1 Hour




Step 1

Lay the piece of fabric and mark two lines with 8″ apart of them. Mark the top every 6″. Leave 3″ from the same start point to the bottom line and mark again every 6″ and this will be the pointed edge of your flag. Mark the side lines in V shape and cut the flags.



Step 2

Use the Jumbo Daubers and the MEMENTO ink pads, Pear Tart, Summer Sky and Lilac Posies to make large spots just by long pressing the Jumbo Daubers on the fabric.



Step 3

Use stamps and the VersaFine CLAIR Nocturne ink pad to randomly place sentiments on the fabric.



Step 4

Cut 3×1.5in pieces of the card stock to create tags, stamp with the happy birthday stamp and the VersaFine CLAIR Nocturne ink pad and distress the edges with the MEMENTO ink pads.


Step 5

Place Tear It! Tape on the back of the tags and place them on the flags.


Step 6

Add Tear It! Tape to the top edge of the back side of the flag and fold to the size of it.



Step 7

Open holes to the flags, tie a 7″ long piece of jute cord to connect the flags and add ribbons and round SHEET metal pieces in the middle of each cord.


Art Supplies:


SHEET metal – 1 inch

MEMENTO ink pads – Pear Tart, Summer Sky and Lilac Posies

VersaFine CLAIR – Nocturne

Jumbo Daubers

Tear It! Tape



Card stock in natural color

Cotton fabric / canvas


Jute cord

Celebrations stamps



Round hole punch (optional)

Corner punch (optional)


Quick & Easy Projects: Stamping on Fabric with Memento Luxe

by LeeAnn McKinney

Today, I am bringing you not one(sie) but two(sie) projects I made using baby outfits and fabric-safe ink from Imagine. We have a new granddaughter in the family, and I used this opportunity to make these outfits for her and share how I did so. See how easy it is to create a handmade gift for your new little one in your life.

Memento Luxe in Rich Cocoa,Wedding Dress, Dandelion

My Favorite Things

Sun Rays Stencils

Craft Mat

My Favorite Things

You Are My Sunshine stamp

Acrylic Block


Sponge Daubers

Baby Onesie

Additional Onesie

Learn How To Color Jewelry Charms With Embossing Powder

by Kyriakos Pachadirolgou

Learn How To Color Jewelry Charms With Embossing Powder

With summer being just around the corner, be ready by making a sea-themed bracelet for your vacation swag. Use the Mboss embossing powders to cover metallic charms, such as starfish, seahorses, and anchors, to add color to them. This tecnique is simple and not too demanding to make; match it to your color palette of choice and add even more Mboss-ed charms.

Skill: Advanced
Time: 1 hour


Step 1

Press the metallic sea-themed charms on the VersaMark watermark ink pad, cover with the different colors of Mboss embossing powders and heat set. The VersaMark is a tacky ink and will stick to the metal charms long enough to receive the embossing powder.

Step 2

Cut 3 x 10 inch long pieces of the wax cord (you will adjust the length of the bracelet later) and secure them at one edge.

Step 3

Add just a small drop of On Point Glue to the other edge of the cords to keep them from fringing.

Step 4

Start adding beads and the charms you covered with Mboss Embossing Powder in step one to each of the three cords.

Step 5

When you have about 2 inches of the cords filled with beads and charms, place all cords through a large hole bead. This will give your bracelet some nice structure, but it is an optional step. Repeat steps four and five until you have around 7 inches of bracelet.

Step 6

Continue adding beads and charms and at 7 inches long secure the edges and add the closing caps. Adding a chain to once cap will make the the length of the bracelet adjustable. Add the hook to the other cap.

Never made jewelry before? Click here to see a post about some basics of jewelry making.


  • Heat tool
  • Glass and metallic beads
  • Sea themed metallic charms
  • Jewelry clasps, hooks, lobster locks, chain
  • Waxed purple cord
  • Pliers