Paper Halloween Banner

BLOG1 Paper Halloween Banner

I am still on a banner kick!
But this time I created a Halloween banner out of scrapbook paper and cupcake liners.
I really love the simple traditional black and orange together, you can’t go wrong. 

BLOG Paper Halloween Banner

I trimmed my cupcake liners to a small, medium, large layout and distressed them on the edges, just a little, with black ink. I also distressed the edges of the white circle that I cut from cardstock. I cut 1″ strips from coordinating scrapbook paper to decorate the top edge and then hole punched each triangle and fed the ribbon through.


I used hot glue to attach each cupcake liner and cardstock circle. My chipboard letters & embellishments were sticky back.

It’s amazing what you can make from a few sheets of paper and cupcake liners!

 Paper Halloween Banner



I really want to start decorating for Fall & Halloween but I think I’d be the only one on the block doing so!

 Paper Halloween Banner

 Paper Halloween Banner

 Paper Halloween Banner

 Paper Halloween Banner

 Paper Halloween Banner

 Paper Halloween Banner

 Paper Halloween Banner

 Paper Halloween Banner

 Paper Halloween Banner

 Paper Halloween Banner

 Paper Halloween Banner



Imagine, Improvise & Invent


Sarah

Comments

  1. That is beautiful! One of these days I’m going to go all-out for Halloween even though we don’t have many kids in out neighborhood. I’ll just do it for me :)

  2. I am with you about the decorating…I asked my boyfriend to get the halloween boxes down last weekend, but then I chickened out!!! Cool banner, I may give it a try!

  3. Love the use of cupcake liners. I have some that I’ve been saving, wondering what to do with them. Now I know. Thanks for sharing your Creative Idea. I’m adding this to my Pinterest board.

  4. I adore this little banner. Your efforts were well spent–you can tell there was much detail added. Fabulous job, now could you make one for me?? :)

    I would love to have you share this @ Show & Share!

    http://southernlovely.blogspot.com/2011/09/show-share-5.html

  5. this is soooo cute! i think i may try this! just don’t know where i’d hang it lol!

    ~Michelle
    http://www.michellebelanger.blogspot.com

  6. I am in love with that banner and your talent. I would have never thought to use cupcake banners that way. You are SO creative!

    I am a new follower from Idea Sharing Wednesday. If you have a chance, stop by http://www.messforless.net and say hi!
    Thanks!

  7. Your banner is so beautiful! I love to use cupcake liners for papercrafting and yours are awesome! Great job!

  8. Great banner!

  9. Cupcake liners. Why didn’t I think of that? I am ready to put up the banners I made and wreath, but no one else has either.

  10. So cute and cleverly done! I also love this “orange and black” time of year. I better get cracking on some decorations!

  11. LOVE. IT. Would you consider linking it up to my new linky party? I’d love to feature your fab banner!

    http://makinglemonadeblog.blogspot.com/2011/09/refresh-my-nest-friday-first-linky.html

  12. This is adorable! Pinned and tweeted this!

  13. Your banner is adorable! You have such an artistic, creative eye!

    Thanks for linking up Potpourri Friday. You are a real asset to the success of this party and I appreciate you! I will look forward to seeing what you create for next week!

  14. Commenting again to say THANK YOU for linking up, and for following. Love this banner. I might adapt it for birthdays as well, it’s brilliant! {especially since I have so many darn cupcake liners hanging around from various parties…}

    I’m off to tweet it!

  15. I love love love this banner! So cute!! I am visiting from Gluesticks and I am a new follower! I hope you stop by my Delicately Constructed linky party and share this great project!!
    Hope you have a great weekend!!
    Michelle
    http://www.delicateconstruction.blogspot.com

  16. Yay! Thank you so much for sharing this @ Show & Share! You know I adore this little banner!

  17. I made this today and it turned out fabulously!
    http://allthings4him.blogspot.com/

  18. Such a beautiful banner! You did a great job

  19. I just love banners also, my sister made me one for my 50th birthday and its on the bottom of my blog….she did a wonderful job. I just hink your banner is so fun and festive, super job.
    Hugs,
    Ellen

  20. Love this! Featuring it on my blog Wednesday! Stop by and grab a featured button! Have a wonderful week! http://www.johnnyinadress.com

  21. Great tutorial. i love it very much, thanks for sharing

  22. TOTALLY LOVE IT. Plus I am sucker for anything cute made with cupcake liner’s WELL DONE. winks-jen

    SHARING THIS ON MY COM-FB page.

  23. I just love this! Yay Halloween! Pinning this now!

    jensennp.blogspot.com

  24. Girl, that ADORABLE! Seriously, you need to start a business, lol! Stop over for a visit sometime!

    http://homespunkitchen.blogspot.com/

  25. P.S. I’m your newest follower!

  26. So cute, I just love the cupcake liners so easy and fun, I am going to show this off later today!

    Carlee
    http://www.ladybirdln.com

  27. VERY COOL! TOTALLY BOO-TIFUL! I have to make one for sure! TFS Pop Art Minis

  28. Love the use of the liners. I think I’ll try it with the small and regular size so I don’t have to do as much trimming :-)

  29. It looks gorgeous! You did a great job. Thanks for sharing.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

  30. Love the banner – those cupcake liners are too cute!Great way to use them!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit! Remember the voting is now open – if you want to head over and vote for your project! The most voted link will get a full post feature/promotion next week!
    Hope you have a great week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    Round Tuit 67 voting

  31. Such a cute blog! I have really enjoyed looking around at all of your Halloween ideas! If you get a chance, I would love it if you could link a couple of them up to my link party, The Creative Spark. Following you now!
    Jenn :)
    http://www.cleanandscentsible.blogspot.com

  32. I am totally in love with this stunning banner! The cupcake liners you used are so darn cute! I am featuring it today at Creations by Kara. :)

  33. PS, I featured this as well too, great idea!

    http://www.ladybirdln.com/2011/09/weekend-show-off-features-919.html

  34. Wow! So much design inspiration! Those little cupcake liners are just adorable but I would have never thought to use them for embellishments…great idea.

  35. I love this! I made my first banner for Easter last year and have been in love with paper banners ever since. I am definitely going to copy yours, hope that’s okay!

  36. Congratulations! You made the Top 3 this week on Patches of Pink. I love what you do!

    http://www.patchesofpink.com/2011/09/favorites-and-link-up-party-9-22-2011.html

  37. This is such a fabulous banner! I love all the extra touches you did – so glad you showed the closeup pictures! Thanks for linking up to Think Pink Sundays – I had a hard time deciding which of your two awesome projects to feature this week! :)
    I went with this one – you can see the post here – http://www.flamingotoes.com/2011/09/crush-of-the-week-think-pink-highlights-4/ :)

  38. I really love this banner and all of the different patterns you used. Thanks so much for linking up to The Creative Spark. I would love to see you back again on Tuesday night! I’m featuring this on my facebook page. Have a great weekend!
    Jenn :)

  39. Simple, inexpensive, Beautiful! You take gorgeous photos as well. Thanks for sharing!

  40. Awesome idea, you’ll have everybody making banners across the country. I’ve been itching to get fall decos out and get ‘em out on front porch and in house. Nobody else in our neighborhood does any fall decorating. Ky folks always did but we don’t live in KY anymore. Now live in western CO. But I decorate anyway and enjoy it, I’m 71. Thanks for great project. Where did you find the Halloween cupcake liners? Have fun creating.

  41. I have been browsing through your posts and find your home to be really unique and stylish also beautiful. you certainly have a creative touch with your designs.

  42. Hi Sarah, I’m crazy about your Halloween banner! I’ve had some really cute M.E. cupcake liners and didn’t really know how to use them since you can’t really flatten them out very well. I never thought about crinkling them up.

    I’m your newest follower. I hope you stop by and visit me too.

    Hugs…Tracy :)

  43. Hey! I would love to have you enter for a chance to be on my design team! See the post here:
    http://www.patchesofpink.com/2012/01/design-team-call-for-2012.html

  44. Love this so, so many fun layers and patterns!

  45. Wow..the level of detail you do is amazing. I am just starting and made a simple version and posted it on my blog. (http://sparklingcoppernest.blogspot.com/)

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