Hey there folks!
I recently shared my Halloween Harlequin Pillow with you.
I love that pattern. Always have. It’s classy, can be whimsical and always makes a statement!
I decided I would make a Harlequin burlap Halloween canvas. I have a feeling I will be getting a lot of use out of this stencil!
Our cozy Fall porch went quickly from Fall to Halloween with just a few small changes in decor. I will show you that next week sometime.
I had another canvas from the pack I bought at Michaels back few weeks ago. I made the Burlap kitchen art work for our shelf.
I will be sharing the porch very soon with you. I just have a few finishing Halloween touches and it will be ready to share.
Start with simple craft supplies.
and some ribbon.
Dollar tree of course!
Creepy little critters and the spider web.
I stenciled on my canvas using the foam roller, as I demonstrated on my Paint-A-Pillow.
Hot glued by spiders, and hot glued the web on the bottom.
I added the bling ribbon for simple hanging on our wall iron gate on the porch entry.
Thanks for stopping over today. Always a pleasure to have you.
If you are not a regular here, I sure would love to see you back again.
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It looks great hanging on the gate, it sure is a pop of wonderful color 🙂
Thank you so much Dawn!
Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions
Love it, Debbie! Though, I’m sure you know by now that I love the Harlequin pattern, too! : )
I do know that:)
Not sure if I like this better than the pillow. It might be a tie.:)
I agree, it’s a tie!
Looks great! Can’t wait to see the rest. Of course I had to do the dollar tree pumpkins that say fall on them. Everyone loves them:)
OH WOW, that is awesome Lisa!! XO
what a great idea to use the pattern love the pop of orange
Thanks Mom! By the time you get here there will be something different.
A friend just sent me some burlap and I think I might just use your idea for a table runner.
Cutest Stencil and I love this shade of Orange. It’s perfect. Such a cute project idea!!!
Really like this one Debbie 🙂