Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Halloween Banner

Last year I decided to made this Halloween Banner completely out of materials I had in my scrapbooking stash. As you can see I had quite a lot of bits and pieces leftover from various sticker or embellishment sets, that I'd used in previous projects.
What tied the banner together was that the paper all came from a stack of glittery paper by Die Cuts with a View. A coordinating stack of paper is great way to save money in the long run because each piece of paper ends up being significantly less than it would be if purchased individually.The banner pendants are all made out of chipboard that I hand cut out, covered with paper, and then hole punched.
The circle letters are also made out of chipboard by Making Memories. It's actually the negative part of the letter that I used, so fun to get twice the amount of use out of a supply! I coated each with a thin layer of, what else, mod podge! Then I sprinkled glitter by Doodlebug Designs on each one.
The embellishments are from all brands like Jolee's Boutique, Papyrus, Making Memories, Heidi Grace Designs, and even little felt ghosts I die cut. You may recognize some similar ones from the Our Pumpkin frame and the Stand Up Mini Book I've already shared. So don't forget to shop your stash when starting a project!
I've linked this post the Creepy, Crawly, Crafts post on Mayhem and Moxie because I REALLY want to find a Flip Ultra HD Video Camera under the tree at Christmas time☺

9 Friends Said:

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

I love this banner! It sounds like you put a lot of labor into it, but it's nice you got to use left-overs. I love these across a fireplace!

Anonymous said...

I wish I was creative. That is lovely. I love all the detail and how professional it looks. Have a wonderful day :O)

Kelli said...

You are so crafty and cute. I love the banner. I'll have to do something like this for Valentine's Day since it is my favorite. I love the little embellishments.

Michelle @Flying Giggles said...

This banner is one of the cutest I have seen. You did a fabulous job on it! Have you thought about opening an etsy store to sell some of your work?

Jeanette said...

I love this! And now I really want to make one.

Valerie @ Frugal Family Fun Blog said...

Ooooooo.... it's fabulous!! I can't believe you made it entirely from materials you already had on-hand. Very impressive!

Holly Lefevre said...

That is fabulous! I love the colors.
Holly @ 504 Main

Susana said...

I LOVE this!!!! You do the best crafts! If you lived closer I'd make you come over and craft with me:-).

Andrea said...

Wow, those are amazing! nice work!

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