Though it may not feel anything like fall in Phoenix, I’m ready to mentally get on with autumn and all of the awesomeness that this season brings. Its easily one of my favorite seasons with the return of football, the prevalence of all things pumpkin, and the arrival of the holidays. I mean, what’s *not* to love? As I was putting together all of the cuteness that has become the “What Does the Fox Say?” Party, I knew I wanted to create some decor pieces that could easily be left up after the shin dig was done. This Leaf Banner was the perfect solution. Not only did it coordinate with the Woodland theme, it also looks super adorable strung up against a bare grapevine wreath, perfect for warming up my everyday decor!
leaf shape in Cricut Design Space
coordinating card stock
brown baker’s twine
1. Cut as many of the leaves in the Cricut Design Space as you’d like to have on your banner. I used five different coordinating card stocks for my banner.
2. Use the hole punch to create holes to string the twine through. I purposely punched holes in various places on my leaves so it didn’t look uniform. I wanted it to resemble falling leaves.
3. String the leaves along the baker’s twine. Use the tape runner in small increments to stick the very edges of the leaves together. This will help them from rotating once you hang the banner up.
4. Hang up your banner and enjoy for the next few months of autumn!
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