I’m a bit of a Homeowners Association rebel, seeing as how my house is the only one on the block that has been adorned with pumpkins and spider webs since early September. Saying that I love Halloween is a bit of an understatement. For just one night you get to be a kid again. You get to play dress up and stuff your face full of candy corn. What’s not to love about it?
Want to Halloweenify your home with me? Heat up that glue gun and pull out some rickrack; we’re making bunting flags. You can hang up the flags at your Halloween party or hang them outside to help greet trick-or-treaters. The great thing about these flags is that they are reversible, so you can decorate the opposite side for Thanksgiving or Christmas (don’t worry, I haven’t started decorating for Christmas … yet). I plan on spelling out T-H-A-N-K-F-U-L-! on the opposite side, adding some fall-colored rickrack and hanging the bunting in our dining room for Thanksgiving.
Grab yourself a few pumpkin-spiced lattes, because while this project isn’t very difficult, it is a tad time consuming. Happy Halloween!
Project originally posted on CRAFT.