Friday, December 24, 2010

12 Tags of Christmas Banner


The banner is complete thanks to some red and green gingham ribbon to connect each pennant and strong jute twine to secure the ends. 


I've been fiddling with this video today and trying to get the final preparations for Christmas done. I hope it works and you are able to enjoy it in time for Christmas. May you have a warm and wonderful holiday with loved ones. If it doesn't work for you, try my Mobile Me link instead.


Merry Christmas to you and yours!


12 Tags of Christmas Banner from Annette Green on Vimeo.

8 comments:

Dawn-Marie said...

It's gorgeous! I seen it on Facebook and when you tagged TH...and I wanted to comment but we aren't FB friends so I couldn't! I hope you have a very Merry Christmas! :)

Sharli said...

Annette - your banner is astounding! SO beautiful - so many excellent details! The video is wonderful - nice music to go with all that eye candy. Jamie is an artist, too - I don't think I realized that - but excellent work!

Merry Christmas!!

Sherry F said...

The tag banner is incredible. The video you made is equally amazing. I truly hope that Tim takes notice ! I love how the background song in the video started with "frosty window panes" and he first tag displayed has the frosty little house. The family picture that Jamie drew is fantastic...and only 13. You're family is wonderfully gifted.

disstampingroom said...

It's beautiful and I love the video. You are so talented. Jamie's family drawing is wonderful. She diffently needs to pursue a career in art. Hope to see the banner in person at the next class. Do you think you could leave it up that long. I mean you did put a lot of work in to it. See you soon.

Annette said...

Thanks for all the nice comments! I love comments!! DiAnn, I took down all our Christmas decorations yesterday EXCEPT the banner which I'll be leaving up through January for customers and friends to see.

Charmin said...

Looks beautiful! And yes I think you should leave it up a little while longer so you can enjoy all your hard work! How did you attach those ribbons, bows or knotted?

LaNell said...

Love, love your banner! What a great idea. thanks so much for sharing.

Lynn said...

your banner is beautiful!