Halloween Banner

I have been seeing fellow bloggers making these cute Halloween banners, so I just had to try one myself.

Now I did not get the crafty genes in my family, those went to one of my sisters, but this looked fairly simple to make. I can cut triangles!

Plus I finally got to use some of my crafty items that I buy with the intention of becoming a crafty gal and then never use.

So I cut my scrapbook pages and black cardstock into triangles (see I told you I could do it), the black ones being slightly larger than the decorative ones. I printed the letters out on tan cardstock and then used various decorative scissors to cut around them.

And then glued them together.

I glued the twine to the back of the banner

and voila I was finished.

BTW, every time I want to type the word voila, I spell it wala and then have to Google “magic terms” to figure out how it is really spelled (I really should have taken French in school).

I spent probably half an hour in Hobby Lobby picking out the decorative scrapbook paper. There’s sooooo many choices, but I decided to go with black, white and cream.

If I knew it was that easy to make, I may have gone for something longer like “Happy Halloween” or “Autumn Harvest”! Maybe next time.

Au revoir! Yep, Google comes in handy around here.

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  1. says

    Pam, Your banner turned out just adorable! I was up really early this morning – so what was I doing? hmmmm… checking out new blogs…. and I ran across someone that did the exact same thing- she made a cute banner using small cards that spelled out “Halloween.” I knew I had to get crafty soon. Then I saw yours- now I KNOW I have to do this! Thanks for sharing.
    :-) Sue

  2. says

    You did a good job! I think many of us buy supplies and then never get motivated to finish!
    I found you through In the Middle of Nowhere.
    I am off to check out some more of your posts. Stop by when you have some time. :)

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