Saturday, February 6, 2016

Mon Amour Banner by Pam Bray

Good morning love Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Fans!!!! I am so excited to share that Gina has asked me to join the amazing Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Design Team. I am so excited and had to just share the "love" I have for the amazing chippies that are available in the store!!!
I began my project by cutting 22 pieces of 2" x 12" pieces of scrap chipboard BUT.... if you need chipboard slats please contact Gina at Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts to get them.
Cut 17 pieces of pattern paper and apply adhesive to the back. (I used the Xyron Creative Station to apply my adhesive.) Apply pattern paper to top of chipboard slats, stagger and layer together. Adhere 5 chipboard slats to the back for support. (As above photo)
 Adhere pattern paper to top of each letter.
 Decorate with painted chipboard pieces.
 Adhere matching Mon Amour pieces to top of letters.
Add pattern paper to Heart Mini Display Frame. Paint top piece with carbon paint, allow to dry. 
Apply stickles to the top, allow to dry.
 Add pretty flowers to the letters and Heart Mini Display.
 Adhere more wonderful chippies to the Heart Mini Display.
 Adhere the Steampunk Doily Set to each of the pieces.
Place random gears to the top of each piece. 
 Adhere fun flowers using glue dots.
Fussy cut an image from the pattern paper, layer together with pop dots and place on letter "E".
 Add an image behind painted Heart Word chippy. Place pretty bows on each of the pieces.
I hope you have enjoyed my first inspiring Mon Amour Banner made with lots of love using Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts chipboard pieces. Make sure to check out the store...HERE!!!! Check today's blog for another project by Shanna!!!!
Until next time, Pam.

Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Supplies:
Barbed Wire Frames Circle
Wooden Charm - Heart (Coming soon!)

Other Supplies:
Distress Paint: Mowed Lawn, Spun Sugar, Salty Ocean, Picked Raspberry, 
                        Barn Door, Walnut Stain, Picket Fence
Carbon Chalkboard Paint
8" Letters
Random Metal Gears
Pink Sheer Ribbon
Peeled Paint Stickles


  1. Beautifully done, Pam. I can see a lot of work (and fussy cutting) went into this piece. You always make such beautiful projects.