Halloween is less than a week away and there's time for just one more last-minute Halloween project. If you've been a reader for a bit you might recall a similar paint chip project I did back in July. Click here for all the details. I only made some slight modifications from the original project and I incorporated a great free printable from the adorable Vanessa from nifty thrifty things. It's easy and cheap, but soo cute. I'm not sure what it is about pennants, but they make my heart flutter.
What You'll Need
Paint chip samples in your favorite fall colors
Twine, as long as you need
Free printable from nifty thrifty things post from Oct. 18, 2011
What You'll Do
If you need a step-by-step, please refer to my July post. There were some modifications this time around like cutting the paint sample pennants with pinking shears to get that jagged edge. After punching holes for the twine to weave through, I made sure to incorporate Vanessa's cute printable into the color pattern.
What You'll Need to Know to Finish
I don't have room in my house to make and store the holiday specific crafts I create so I make sure many of my crafts do double duty. Click here to see my most versatile craft to date! When Halloween is over I'm soooooo hoping Vanessa will create another free printable with cute Thanksgiving art. If that happens, then I'll switch out the Halloween pennants but keep the other pennants as is. The colors I chose work great for both holidays!
Is your house all decked out for Halloween?