Saturday, September 23, 2017

Booville Collection: Trick or Treat Banner by Wendy Sue

October is just around the corner, which means I've already started decorating our home for Halloween! Hi Doodlebug friends, it's Wendy Sue here today to admit I couldn't resist making a fun trick-or-treat banner with all of the cute little trick-or-treaters in the Booville die-cut pack! Here's how the banner looks hanging in my kitchen:


And here's a closer look at all of the pieces:


Each flag consists of a circle-shaped base (I actually used a die-cut meant for making a mini album):



Each base has a strip of black cardstock in the center.  Before I added the black piece, I used a star embossing folder to add texture!


Next, I added two different styles of doodle tape to the top and bottom of each black piece.



Each trick-or-treater was placed on the black piece with foam adhesive - I just love adding extra dimension to my banners!


I used doodle-pops, sprinkles, and additional die-cuts to embellish each trick-or-treater and his background.


After all of the trick-or-treat flags were complete, I punched two holes in the top of each flag.


Chunky twine is perfect for stringing any banner!


It's worth another look to notice the CUTE shaped sprinkles and doodle pops in this collection!!


And in the middle of the trick-or-treat parade is the perfect place to add some words!


And with that, I'm off to make something else with the Booville collection to add to my fun and colorful Halloween decor!

12 comments:

  1. Oh my! This is adorable, Wendy Sue!!!

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  2. Oh my word! I am completely smitten! LOVE the unexpected shape--It's super cute!

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    1. Thanks Mendi! I was actually thinking about binding these together as a mini album and adding photos to the backside of each circle after Halloween!

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  3. Oh my goodness !! That's an awesome banner !!

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