Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Halloween Beware Banner

I mentioned previously that I have been experiencing some challenges in posting to my blog. One of the biggest ones right now is a problem with my eyes, or at least one of them. It twitches and blurs to a maniacal degree when I get on the computer, even with strain and glare preventative glasses. But I wanted to make some banners for my college kids' dorm rooms, so I braved it out yesterday. You get to reap the benefits (without the eye twitch consequences) with this free downloadable PDF:


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The PDF download is 6 pages, one letter/flag on each page. There's lots of detail on each page, please view the PDF to see it clearly. (the PDF also includes a list of digital supplies used, in case you see something you love and have to have!) Some of the digital images bleed over the edges of the flag, just cut out along the grey fishtail pennant shape. I punched small holes in the corner of each and tied the letters together with square knots, using Linen Thread. I did a simple wrap-around knot at each end, leaving long tails to make it easy to tie for hanging.

If you want a bigger banner that says "happy halloween", without anything even remotely creepy on it, check out my up-up-upline's blog post for the free printable banner that inspired mine.

~Kimberley Morris
Stampin' Up! Independent Demonstrator since 1994
Colorado Springs, CO
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2 comments :

  1. Wow! This is great. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Thank you, Kimberly! You are awesome for sharing this!
    Maria4SU

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