Fireplace banner or door banner (bottom). I personally like the door banner. Here is what it looks like on my door.
I want to do a garland type thing on the top of my door too. I think that will complete the look I have in my head. The banner was really fun to make. We go on walks every night and my son and I found those pine cones and sticks. When I think thanksgiving I think rustic. There is a tutorial for the banner up on the RVK blog. Go check it out. If you make a banner pls link it for me so I can leave ya some love.
I did other creations too with the kit.
My daughter Aria eating a cupcake. I love this pic and I love the colors of these papers!
That was me I believe in 82ish. Christmas time. Watching something one of my older cousins was doing.
My MIL and SIL. Love this old pic even tho you can barely tell what it is. Not really feeling this page...Maybe I'll take it apart and do it over. Hmmm...
My grandfather, mom and her cousin. I love how my grandpa has that Tom Selleck stash.
I really had no idea where this thing was going when I started it lol! I just knew it was going to be a wall plaque. Well that's what it turned out to be ha!
Ok so as I promised a mini tutorial on how to do the wall plaque above. First I traced my black oval paper on my chipboard sheet. I then cut about a inch out with my pinking shears to give it that boarder. I covered it with white glue and then immediately painted it with the brown (crackle technique). Glued my black paper to the brown painted chipboard. I used the green pp in the kit with the hambly rub on. pop dot the title to the plaque then added my leaves and buttons. Punch holes in the top for ribbon. Tied a knot at the end of the ribbon then threaded it thru the hole. Looped it over then stitched and glued it to the back of the chipboard. I added yellow stitched X's on the front to give it some decoration. I also glimmer misted my yellow leaf to mute the color. The "give" alphas look a little pink in the pic but irl are red. Find a fav stick to hang on and viola you have a nifty little thanksgiving plaque you can easily make with the kids!
Long enough post? Hahaha! Hope you all are having a wonderful fall!