DIY Fall Burlap Banner

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By General Crafts Contributor Tasya from My House and Home

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It’s that time of year when I get to decorate for my favorite season… fall! I broke out my fall storage boxes last week and got busy adding dashes of orange, yellow, brown and deep reds with dried corn elements, candles and pumpkins! Yay!

The banner loving girl inside of me couldn’t decorate and leave my mantel bare without a fun banner, so I broke out my bag of burlap and got busy!!

I usually go for a triangle shape when I make banners, but I wanted to mix it up this time and went with another shape instead and I love it.

Fall Banner

Cutting out the shapes is really the hardest part, I just made a template and traced it onto the burlap and then cut it out. You can also find pre-cut burlap shapes at CreateForLess.

I have collected some acrylic paints over the years and went with a fall color scheme of yellow, orange, red and brown.

Grab a leaf stencil, or cut out your own, and get to painting!


Fall Leaves Burlap Banner -

Fold Burlap

Once I figured out the order I wanted them in I adhered them to cooking twine with my trusty hot glue gun.

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Do you love the fall season as much as I do???

I hope you are having fun getting your home ready for the fall season!

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About tasya

Tasya (as in Fantasia without the “fan”) will be sharing her DIYs for the home, garden, and more! She is a housewife and mother of two very busy boys ages 5 and 6. They live in the beautiful Emerald City of Seattle. Her favorite Past time is getting creative and sharing it with people on her blog My House and Home. At any given moment, you can see her armed with a glue gun, a can of spray paint, or in the aisles of her local craft store! She hopes to bring everyone inspiration to go our and “get their craft on”!

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