Last month I shared this project over at Rhonna Designs. ？ Today I’；m going to share with you how to make it.
I’；ve got a BUNCH of Halloween banners (really more than I need). So I decided to do something different with this one and make it out of fabric and embellish it with some of our past Halloween photos.funny cushion covers
Did you know you can print on fabric？ It’；s super easy， but not waterproof， so don’；t print anything you think you’；d ever need to wash.
Here’；s what you need to make the banner.
Printable Spooky Junque PDF ？(**hintcanvas throw pillow covers， if you sign up for Rhonnas newsletter， she frequently sends coupons). Since the file is a PDF all you do is download and print， you don’；t need ANY other program.Wonder UnderCanvas
Pinking ShearsMuslin cut to 8.5×；11RibbonSewing machineFusible Photo Fabric paper (I used June Tailor brand)iron
Iron wonder under to the back of each of your 8.5″；x11″； muslin pieces. ？After you download your file， print it out on the wonder under backed muslin (you will print on the muslin side). ？I just used normal print settings and mine worked fine.
Cut out each banner piece. Also cut out some of the smaller embellishments on the PDF to use to decorate your banner.
Print some of your favorite halloween photos onto fusible photo fabric (you get a better image when you print on fabric made just for photos on fabric， The muslin is cheaper and works fine for the banner pieces， but I like to use the fabric paper for photos)
Peel paper backing off of banner pieces and press onto canvas， leaving 1/2″； seam all around.
Trim around banner pieces with pinking shears leaving 1/2″； of canvas showing.
For some extra detail sew around the edges of the banner pieces. Embellish if desired with extra ribbon and buttons.
Cut slits in the banner， string through ribbon.
Here's a few more of my favorite DIY bath and beauty recipes for your enjoyment! It's fun to make your own bath goodies and it's wonderful to know what's in the products you're putting on your skin. These are perfect for gifting as well!
We’ve all been to classes, or sewing group meetings and are stuck with the issue of the iron… You know you need it so you can have beautiful, pressed, seams, but what do you press on and then what do you do with your hot iron?! Now your problems are solved!! This awesome caddy makes carrying and transporting your iron easy – even if it is freshly unplugged and very hot – and it unfolds to form a nice pressing pad that you can use anywhere. Use for yourself, but also makes a lovely gift for any sewist!