Halloween Coffins
Love Potion No. 45

Clearly Spooky Ghost Banner


It's the Most Wonderful Time Of The Year...lol....Lisa here to share a Halloween project!  Halloween is my most favorite time of the year and I just love to create home decor for it. 


So today I'm sharing a Ghostly Banner I created using our Scalloped Square Album and Ghost Mini Album.  I used three of the pages from the Scalloped Album to create the base of the banner.  I painted them with  two coats of my favorite Chalkboard paint (from Michaels)



Then I used a Chalkboard marker to add permanent dots around the scallops...




For my ghosts, I used Imagine Crafts Irresistable Spray to give them some ghostly texture.  I helped it dry along with my heat gun and the ghosts actually curled up a little bit with I LOVED.  (isn't it fun when you didn't mean to do something and then you love what happened?!)  I punched a hole in the bottom of the ghost to add some pretty chandelier bling...




And then strung it all together on some white seam binding....you can see that I added some chalk detail with real chalk and then wiped it away.  It didn't photograph well but the faint outlines stayed making the panels look spooky...




And there you have it.  My Clearly Spooky Ghost Banner.  Thanks for stopping by today!






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What a fun banner and love that the ghosts are dimensional- so much fun to decorate with.

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