Survivor Banner
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Survivor Banner

Leftover papers and embellishments can be used to create cards of encouragement.
Uses Recycled Items: No
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Material List

  • me & my BIG ideas® Page Kit - Survivor
  • me & my BIG ideas® Alpha Chips - Black
  • Brads (16) - Silver with Clear Rhinestones
  • EK Success® Border Punch - Large Scallop Circle
  • EK Success® Soft Soken™ Stickers
  • Scoring Board (or Scoring Blade)
  • Celebrate It™ Tulle
  • Low Heat Glue Gun
  • Paper Trimmer, 12"
  • Paper Adhesive
  • Recollections™ Adhesive Tape
  • Scissors

Project Instructions

Trace and cut out eight triangles from print paper or cardstock .

Using four patterned papers from the page kit, cut eight 3"x12" strips. Adhere strips vertically to the eight banner pieces. Trim excess off at the point.

Cut out twelve 1½"x12" strips from white cardstock. You can also use Recollections™ white glitter paper. Punch one side of each strip with a border punch,

Adhere each punched strip to the tops of the triangles. Cut off excess.


Cut 16 1½"x12" strips from different patterned papers and eight 1½" circles.

Score and fold all 16 1½"x12" pieces at ½" increments. Glue strips together to create eight pieces 24" long. Using red tape, adhere strips together to form one 24" pleated circle, print side out. Carefully gather the folds in the center and gently push down to flare out. This will create an accordion-folded flower. This is achieved easiest on a slippery surface and you may have to wiggle and help it flare out. Let go and apply hot glue to the pink circle. Push the flower down to the circle and hold in place till cool.

Adhere the letters “SURVIVOR” to the center of each pink circle, but omit the “O” of Survivor. Mat one breast cancer ribbon rhinestone on white cardstock. Trim around it, including the center. This is your “O” in Survivor. Adhere to the banner.

Glue each flower to the center of a triangle banner piece with hot glue. Embellish with Soft Spoken™ stickers.

Cut out sixteen 1"x4" strips from cardstock or patterned paper. Adhere tabs to the front and back using adhesive. Poke rhinestone brads through the strips and banner to secure for hanging. This creates two tabs on each banner piece to thread the tulle through for hanging.