Concord & 9th Bitty Banners

Posted by Mary Jo Johnston on

Do you have a reason to celebrate?  Planning a party?

Concord & 9th has a perfect stamp and die set that will help add a little, festive touch to your next celebration!  The Bitty Banners set covers so many occasions; birthdays, new baby, love, but the best part is the versatile banners.  You can create a banner for any occasion and the included alphabet stamps let you choose just the right sentiment.

Use the banners and clever sticks, included with the dies, to create cake toppers, basket banners or tags.

Follow these step by step instructions to create a variety of projects:

For the banner, stamp your alphabet images and die cut.  Concord & 9th has made the process so easy.  Each stamp has multiple letters and the dies cut multiple banner pieces at once.

Assembly is just as easy!  Included in the dies, are two sticks and the banner base.  Adhere your letters to the curved base using quick drying glue.  Complete assembly by adhering the sticks on the sides and adding the bows or tassel die cuts for added decoration.

Also, included in the dies is this adorable party hat!  Complete with scoring for multi-colored stripes and a pom pom for the top, it's just too cute!

For the birthday tag, die cut the party hat in multiple colors and cut the strips along the scoring lines from two or three of the coordinating colors. Adhere them to the hat to emphasize the stripes.  Add the pom pom at the top.  Stamp and die cut letters for your sentiment and adhere over the top of the hat using foam squares for added dimension.

Die cut the "happy" and adhere all of your elements to a tag, card base or gift bag.

Lastly, I've created a sweet, simple gift tag for a box or basket, using the baby onesie die cut.  This die cut is the perfect size and has the sweetest detailed outline.  

Die cut your image and adhere to a gift tag or card.  Use the heart dies for a little extra special touch.  Perfect for a simple and quick project!

Happy crafting! Mary Jo  


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