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July 4, 2011

Pooh Wall hanging

Good Morning and Happy 4th of July!

This is Jen from 3 Cats and a Bug. Thank you Pam, for asking me to be on your DT!

My youngest son is making me a Grandma in January! They want to do the nursery in Pooh, but what started out as a mobile, turned into a wall hanging. LOL

I used the Carousel lite cartridge for the banner, cut @ 7.25 on the 24in mat. I used 2 yellow sheets of 12x12 paper and 2 pieces of 8 1/2 x 11 chip board. I just used scotch tape to hold the chip board together.

I inked the edges of the yellow paper and the chip board using Versa Magic pumpkin spice.

I cut the letters from Carousel @ 3 and the two Pooh's at each end of the banner @ 3.5. I punched two holes in the banner and used some rainbow ribbon to hang it up.
Tigger, Pooh, Piglet and Eeyore were all cut @ 5 from Disney Pooh Font Set.

Even though it didn't end up the way it started, I like how it turned out.

Thanks for looking!


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