Monday, October 16, 2017

Day 16 of 31 Days of Halloween

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Cathy here with Day 16 of 31 days of Halloween. Can you believe it is day 16 already.  
 I decided to make a banner. This is a easy banner to make. First off I got the banner from a store. Mine I picked up at Target in the dollar area.
Then I had a plan in mind. I wanted to use the small skeleton on the panels of the banner. When I opened up the banner I saw that there was 3 different sizes of panels. That is when I saw my small skeleton would not fit on all the panels. So I grabbed my flying skull to use on my smaller panels.   
So I stamped the small skeleton 4 times on white card stock. Cut out. Then I glued on panel.
Then I skipped a panel.
I didn't take a photo of the blank panel.
Next I stamped flying skull 3 times on white cardstock and cut out. Then I glued on panel
All done.
Hang where you want.

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  1. I love this project! And it looks awesome over the fireplace, very cool design!

  2. Love your banner! The flying skull image is awesome!

  3. Love when you can find a ready-made item and
    personalize it for your use. the skulls are
    great. thanks for sharing.

  4. This is a wonderful project Cathy xx

  5. I love this. Such a fun idea for the spooky season. Hugz


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