Team Up with Therm O Web – Birthday Banner

Our team up week with Therm O Web continues! Through the next week we will be featuring projects using our collections with their products! Also, make sure you visit their blog, too, for even more inspiration!

Today’s project is by WaiSam Ho:
WaiSam Ho: says: “I was so excited when I received a box of goodies from Therm O Web as I was running out of my usual adhesives for few weeks – Love, love, love all the adhesive that Therm O Web sent and I was too thrilled and decided to use it to make a birthday banner for my little one. Among these bunch of goodies, my favorite would be the ZOTS  (the adhesive dots in medium sized) and also tape glue runner! I love how pretty their colors are (in pink, green and purple – all my favorite) and also they are really light. So suitable for someone who craft long hours like me!
Here’s the birthday banner that I have made using a lot of Elle’s studio’s papers and Therm O Web adhesive. They are so sticky that I do not have worry that something might fall off after I hang it up on the wall.
This is part of the circle garland that I made – which is very easy to be made. All you need is some papers (I use a lot of Elle’s Studio papers in orange and blue, and also some cardstocks), various sizes of circle punches and a good ol’ sewing machine. Punch a bunch of circles out then sew them with sewing machine in straight line and then you can already started hanging them on the wall.
I decided to have a Whale themed (with orange and white and blue combination) birthday party for my boy. So I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut out the whales, circles and letters. Stuck all the letters on the whales and big circles using the Therm O Web tape runner. Then I punched two holes on each side of the circles, string them together with ribbons. Off to hang the banner now! I done all these under 3 hours – including coming up with the theme, browsing pinterest, picking out papers and materials.”

So cute and we loved seeing all the Elle’s Studio papers, from different collections, combined into one project! FUN!! Thanks, WaiSam Ho!

Stay tuned for even more inspiration through next week!