Again, I tried a "vintage lite" look, using watermark effect stamped images and edge sponging on the pennants. The medallions are made from Newsprint DSP, edged in different colors of Stickles. I highlighted the glittery letters with distressed cardstock circles and small pre-made epoxy accents. The pennants are also topped using the Scallop Trim edge punch. I used the same colors for the flags and toppers. Originally, I had a Cameo Coral flag but I decided it was just too out of place, so I scrapped it.
Above - a closer look at the Always Artichoke "M" flag, topped with Marina Mist. I edged this one with a strip of Very Vanilla, punched with the Scallop Edge Punch. I chose the butterfly from the Nature Walk stamp set, tone-on-tone in Artichoke ink.
You can see it best in this shot - I sprayed the whole thing lightly with Silver Foil Smooch Spritz. Above, I used retired Close to Cocoa and stamped with the Elements of Style set, and finished with sponging.
I used many stamp sets, quite a few retired colors, and a lot of non-SU items for this project, so I won't detail... This was a good learning project for me. For instance, I wouldn't assemble a banner before delivering it. I had to carefully pull off some of the bows and re-staple the pennants when we got to Mom's. I definitely would not do this as a mailed gift unless the recipient had some crafting savvy to assemble it.