Monday, January 15, 2018

enamel pin banner


It had to be done! I finally caved in and made myself an enamel pin banner.


I love how this was not in any way a very time consuming or advanced skill requiring project. It came together super quickly, especially since I had all the supplies on hand.

I used heavy weight canvas for the front and quilting cotton for the back of the banner. I loosely followed this fab tutorial by Jeni, I just made my banner slightly less pointy and I added an embroidery thread tassel to the bottom.


I love having a dedicated "home" for my pins. They are such a happy addition to my studio :)

Wishing you all a fabulous Monday.

Svetlana


15 comments:

  1. Cute idea! I love your black cat and Alice in Wonderland pin can you tell where you bought them?

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  2. What a great idea! I will put this on my "to do" list.

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  3. This is a great idea! My SIL just asked me to make some kind of wall hanging for my grandson's National Park badge collection. I was trying to think of something that wasn't too cumbersome and would have enough room to add more badges. This is perfect - thanks!

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  4. Oh, that black cat pin! This is such a cool way to display cute pins that may have just sat in a drawer, I love it! :)

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  5. Svetlana, it's beautiful...so simple and classic. I love it!!

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  10. You should pin more pictures like I did for my thinkpreview.com blog. Have a good day!

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