I have been waiting a long time to make this project! I have been dreaming of using all the little flowers in my "leftover flower pot" stash to make a little spring banner, and this little project exceeded my expectations! I keep two little flowers pots on my craft table, one for little flower leftovers and one for the bigger ones. You can adapt the size of your banner according to your flower sizes and make as many as you want, with 3 being the minimum. This one is made using a 4 inch long by 3.5 inch wide pennants. First cover chipboard with green paper for a "leafy" background that disappears once you start flowering on it.
This is all you need!
Start by anchoring all of the corners first then work your way around the edges and then inside
Use the "warping" of the flowers to your advantage like the green one on the right, it was a little flat on one side so I used it along the edge- don't worry about little bald spots that why we made the background green!
I usually punch holes to run my trim, but with the flowers this is tough, so just glue on your trim, making sure you hit each corner with the hot glue. I found this super cool leaf trim in my stash, it fit perfectly
I used an assortment of Petaloo Botanicas, Darjeelings, and Textured Elements
Cardstock: Core'dinations, trim May Arts Jumbo Satin Trim Leaves in Olive