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Halloween Freebie

October 7, 2010

If you’re looking for a last minute Halloween craft project, I’ve got an easy one for you!

Paper garlands and banners have been all over the place for a couple years now, and I thought I’d share one I made a couple of years ago for Halloween.

Supplies::

3″ circle punch (or a steady hand and a pair of scissors)
3 sheets of 8.5″ x 11″ white cardstock
2 sheets of black and 2 sheets of festive orange 12″ x 12″ cardstock cut into squares – black 3.5″, orange 3.75″
glue or double sided tape
small roll of 3/8″ ribbon

This banner/garland is a bit long, so you might want to break it into two, or only use the ‘Halloween’ portion if you’d rather.  It’s perfect for a long mantel or stretch it above a bay window or across a set of bookcases.  Here are the circles to print out on the white cardstock … all the letters to spell out HAPPY HALLOWEEN, and four Halloween spacers … for your Halloween crafting pleasure!  By the way, the left over spacers make great tags for Halloween treats.

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I’ll be back Friday with pictures of the Halloween pillowcases the preschooler and I made Tuesday.  He and I went shopping last week for fabric and found something he fell in love with at a local quilt shop –  Happy Haunting by Avlyn, Inc. It glows in the dark!  Yep, glows in the dark.

Looking for more great projects?  Check out all the projects linked up here and here.

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One Comment leave one →
  1. October 10, 2010 9:01 pm

    looks so great! love it!

    i’m having a birthday giveaway, and i’d love for you to enter! stop by http://www.thecapeonthecorner.blogspot.com

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