Here are some pictures of Annabelle's name banner:
p. 29, A9, < Banner2 >
p. 39, B9, < Banner3 >
p. 49, C9, < Banner4 >
p. 59, D9, < Banner5 >
Each banner was cut at 4". I also used the AP cartridge to cut out the letters of her name at 1 1/2". To give her name dimension, I adhered the letters to the chipboard letters found in the Dimensional Elements Notable Alphabet set. This chipboard set also coordinates with the AP cart - so no more tracing and cutting the paper for the letters. Sweet!
I used my second favorite Cricut cartridge - Create-A-Critter - to make all the pigs. The pig can be found on page 28, A5, < Pig > cut at 4" using Hollyhock and Blush cardstock.
I didn't have any "birthday" bags to put her gifts in so I grabbed a brown paper bag I had in my stash. (I had bought a bunch at Hobby Lobby awhile ago) and decided to alter it to match her gifts. Here's a picture of the bag:
I used our Stella paper which was cut at 7 3/4" x 9 1/2" for both sides. I then cut "Happy Birthday" using the AP cart - 1" tall. The bag is pretty simple because, well, it's a bag!
Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge (Z1686)
Create-A-Critter Cricut Cartridge
My Creations Mini Banner (Z1736)
Stella Paper (X7147B)
Lagoon Cardstock (X5762)
Chocolate Ribbon (Z1127)
Brown paper bag
Hope you enjoyed my project! Thanks for stopping by -- always appreciate your comments.