Cute paper Halloween banners are everywhere this year! I love these because they're easy and a lot cheaper than a fabric version, and you can make one using your scrapbooking supplies that are sitting unused in the closet! Oh wait, some of you probably actually DO scrapbook. My husband says I don't scrapbook--I just collect scrapbooking supplies. I have to admit that lately I am guilty of that one. But a quick little banner would be a good way to show him that I really do deserve to keep the collection going! The top banner is a mini one my local scrapbook store, Lasting Memories, had for sale as a kit. Even easier!This has got to be one of the most incredible banners we've seen. It's by charmedgirl and we found it in the Member Gallery on Two Peas in a Bucket. Check out the other close-up pictures of each flag for some amazing ideas!
This girl has incredible bunting for sale on her site Emmie Cakes. The great thing is you can buy them assembled, or as a kit if you want to save money and put it together yourself. She has something for every holiday and occasion, plus she does custom work. Check out her other spooky Halloween and fall banners. She is so creative!
For a do-it-yourself banner, check out this tutorial for another cool Halloween banner by Deep Fried Kudzu. Love that lacy black paper.
If you make your own, try using letters cut by your personal cutting or die cut machine, stamped letters, sticker letters, chipboard letters, or letters printed from your computer. You can add tons of embellishments, or keep it simple with just decorative paper and ribbon.
What a fun way to decorate for your Halloween party, or just an inexpensive decoration to use year after year! Just be sure to pack it carefully so it's not bent or crushed until next Halloween. Happy bunting making!
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