Let me show you how to create this super simple Beach Banner!
My daughter, Becca, bought me 3 beautiful baskets for Mother’s Day this year. <3 I had been searching for a solution to solve my laundry room catch-all shelf problem and finally discovered these woven cuties at JCPenny.
Nearly three months later, I decided to purchase 3 more baskets so that I would have enough to run the entire length of my laundry room shelf. Thankfully JCPenny still had some in stock… and they were on sale, too. SCORE! So I purchased the large Baum Natural Water Hyacinth Rectangular Decorative Storage Basket – 16.1 x 13 x 12.2 – just in case you were wondering. ;)
For this particular basket, I will be storing my Beach Towels. Since the summer months are limited in the Pacific Northwest my thought is that if I store my beach towels in the laundry room I can free up my main linen closet for other more frequently used items.
THE BEACH BANNER RECIPE:
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You will also need Close To My Heart’s Art Philosophy Cricut Collection along with a Cricut Machine and Design Space.
- Ideal for home decor, cards, scrapbook pages, parties, and more – Art Philosophy features hundreds of basic, versatile shapes and fonts you’ll use every day, making it a must-have for every crafter!
- This Collection is compatible with the Cricut Maker® and all Cricut Explore® family machines.
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- Use THIS LINK in Cricut Design Space to cut the banner pieces.
- Attach small 3D Foam Dots to the back of your lettering before attaching to the Banner pieces.
- Run Twine through the holes of the banner pieces, leaving enough room on each end to be able to tie the banner to the object of your choosing.
Annnnnd DONE! Like I said – SIMPLE!
This project maybe took me 5 minutes to put together once everything was cut. Now I just need to decide what I’m storing in the OTHER 5 baskets. Any suggestions?
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