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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Candy Corn Halloween Bunting


Those of you that have been reading my blog for a while will know that I rarely share holiday decor projects.  It's not that I don't like the holidays, but it seems like so much work to set up decorations, and convince Clark to leave them alone. So you may be surprised that I'm posting some holiday buntings or garlands.


Aside from being one of my favorite halloween candies, I think that candy corn is rather cheery.  This bunting started out with orange felt triangles, and then I stitched on the white and yellow pieces.  The individual flags were then sewn to a piece of extra wide double fold bias tape.


I also made a few trick or treat garlands for my bazaar booth.  I love the font, and think that it is perfect for halloween.  The font that I used was Arcanum, and it can be downloaded for free from urbanfonts.com.

What Halloween decor projects have you been working on?  What is your favorite holiday to decorate for?






3 comments:

anotheryarn said...

The candy corn bunting is too cute.

Lorene (just Lu) said...

I totally hear you about the holiday decor. So much work to make, and then set up... and then take down again! But it is fun, too, so my goal for next year is to have some fun holiday decor. This year is already a lost cause, methinks. :)

I LOVE the candy corn garland. Simple and adorable!

Angie from Dear Spring Green said...

Holy cow! I have had "Halloween Candy Corn Bunting" on my to-do list board for over a year! That is AWESOME! It looks so much better on your blog than it even did in my head!