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Fall Banner

Hi everyone !! Eunice here , with a quick little banner to make for fall !  I wanted a larger size banner to either hang alone or also hang on a wreath , so either way it works !!
I cut my banner from heavy chip board , you can also use card board or whatever you have handy !! First covered banner with vintage sheet music paper for the background, inked the edges ! Using a hole punch I punched two holes on the top to hang it ! The fun part of embellishing comes next ! I created some folded flowers , you can create these with the Scor-Pal available at Altered Pages !I layered two and topped with a colorful brad !
 Using rubber stamps I made my "FALL" statement ! I used my License Plate stamps , a super fun stamp set for writing words for projects or journals ! I stamped on cardstock , crunched it up and then inked it for a worn look ! I added a little twig at the top with my ribbon to hang , another fall touch !
 I used a little colorful brad & paper embellishment for the bottom !  The background of the banner was some embellishment laying on my crafting table , you can add any paper strips , words, or ribbon for a layered look !
This is the banner in full view !! I also attached two little leaves tied with a cord , I also gave them a good crunching also !!! Happy Fall days ahead and have a great and creative day !


  1. Way cool!!! You always seem to find good ways to use stamps and add those nice little details that's makes it look like your own style. Like your photo styling too.

  2. Very nice banner. Love the fall colors and your embellishments are way cool.

  3. Eunice, you always knock my socks off...absolutely gorgeous!


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