colourQ challenge #232, which includes newsprint. I have not used it before so I was kinda giddy about it. Really silly, I know. If you happen to read the text you may notice that it's straight from my drug book that I used when I was in nursing school. I decided to keep that book not for the information but because it has onion skin paper. I got it a bit crooked, sorry about that. But not too bad for my first try. I cut some watercolor paper in the banner shape and used Martha Stewart permanent glue, used my fingers to make a thin layer of glue before applying the newsprint. I trimmed the newsprint the exact size of the banner. I knew that the watercolor paper would absorb the liquid of the glue. It worked like a charm. I put it between a couple of books to keep it from warping.
The sketch is from Freshly Made Sketches #127. I love this challenge for the easy to duplicate sketches and the team makes such beautiful samples.
I am trying to list all my supplies, but I have tons of stash that I haven't a clue where it came from, namely the cardstocks. The rhinestones were a free gift from Simon Says Stamps because something I ordered is currently out of stock. And of course, I can't find it on their website.