Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Halloween Banner

Just finished a Halloween banner for a Halloween party my grandsons will have this month.

First I inked the edges of the chipboard in black ink then covered the chipboard in black Bazzill paper, the letter chipboard was inked and covered with two different Halloween kraft papers. Also added additional Halloween kraft paper for another dimension behind the first layer of chipboard. I sealed the whole project with a Tim Holtz glue and sealer. I used black cord to tie the letters together and added several different ribbons between each letter.

Thanks for stopping by. Next I am going to make another smaller banner that says Boo and hope to make a trick of treat bag as seen on the Graphic 45 Blog hop this week.

Happy paper crafting, Judy


WhyCuzICan said...

Cute banner! Very festive :)
Visiting from EVERYTHING HALLOWEEN linky party at Midwestern Sewing Girl,
~Suzanne in NW Illinois

Bunny Jean said...

This banner is also cute. Thanks for sharing this project too :)

Xoxo Bunny Jean
Wednesday's Bunny Hop Party!

Shabby chic Sandy said...

Really great banner. I love banners--I need to make some!

Heather said...

Cute banner!! I make banners too and was getting tired of the "same thing". Thanks for sharing!! I love the pattern paper you used for the letters.

I am LOVD said...

I am in love with pennant banners. Not sure why but it's just so stinkin' cute. I've been wanting to make one for my mantel. I think it will be the perfect last minute addition for Halloween. Thanks for the inspiration!

Katania said...

I absolutely love your banner, especially since it is a shape I usually don't make. I can't wait to try my hand at making a Halloween banner with this shape pendant. Thank you for inspiring me! I also featured your banner on my Friday Favorites post. Feel free to check it out at LOVE IT!

Crafty Mischief said...

I just love your Halloween banner! I found you through Bacon Time. Thanks for sharing!

Mindie Hilton said...

Love your banner. Thanks for sharing at Bacon Time.