I will be making a series of posts about each of the creative projects I've been involved with this past year, so be sure to check back often.
Below are the signs for the Christmas pews, graduation pews, and parking space that are auctioned off every year. I used patterned paper and cardstock from my stash, Jolee's Christmas stickers for the Christmas sign, and die cut the cars for the parking space sign from my Sizzix Baby Cars decorative strip die. A friend gave me the graduation cap to use, so I'm not sure where it's from.
These were special 1960's drink menus I created for the bar. I used Jolee's stickers for the drinks and balloons.
The auction committee decided on a 1960's mid-century modern inspired look, so I made double sided cards with 1960's drinks for the table names. I used black cardstock backing to create the stand, hot pink, neon orange, neon green, and purple glitter paper for the background, shiny gold metallic paper for the 3 strips, and Spellbinders Classic Ovals and Classic Circles for 2 of the shapes. The kidney shape was also made with the classic oval die, but I fussy cut one end to give it that kidney shape, I cut the trapezoid shape at random angles with my paper cutter. I die cut snowflakes from my Cuttlebug 2x2 die Snowflake #2. I trimmed off some of the snowflake details so it would look more like the classic 1960's asterisk-style star that was common back then. I used Jolee's drink stickers in the corners. The drink names were printed on white paper.
These were some of the category signs for silent auction items. They were made with a black cardstock backing, hot pink, neon orange, gold, neon green, blue and purple glitter paper, and lettering from the Cricut Calligraphy cartridge. I put a clear sheet of acetate over the top of the signs and secured them with rhinestone brads in the corners.
~ Anna ~