It's something that first came out in a big way around 2009/10 and hasn't really gone away. It's something I use on my layouts (and cards) over and over again in a variety of ways and is something that I always like. My Pinterest scrapbooking board is full of them and if I'm not just cutting out shapes to form them along the top or bottom of my layout, or under my photo, then I'm fussy cutting out bits of pretty paper that can be used instead. Have you any idea what I'm talking about?
This week, I'd like you to be inspired by ... banners!
Let me share a just a couple of recent pages I've made with banners (there's quite a few out there!):
|Inspired by a layout by Janna Warner|
|Fussy cutting is one of my favourite ways of adding some banner whimsy|
|An overloaded banner with loopy twine is a new favourite|
|A banner doesn't have to be on the main body of the page to add some detail|
|Another little example of fussy cutting to create a ready-made embellishment|
|A mix of pre-made mini cards and more loopy twine.|
Where will you be adding your banners this week?
Don't forget to link up your creations over at the Whimsical Musings Flickr gallery with the tag WM#181.