Give Thanks Bunting

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Is it really November already? Where has the year gone?!? I packed up the Halloween decor yesterday and realized besides some pumpkins I don’t have any Thanksgiving decor. So I quickly whipped up this Give Thanks bunting made out of coffee filters and doilies.
 I folded the coffee filter in half and glued the twine inside with a small amount of hot glue. Then glued the doily on top of the coffee filter with a glue stick. To finish it off I cut some letters out using my cricut.
 I don’t have a mantel so I’m still debating where I want to hang it up. What are your thoughts, should I hang it on the wall or on the mirror?
 Thanks for stopping by, have a great weekend!
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  1. Crafty Mischief says

    Beautiful simplicity! I love this bunting! I found you through Tatertots and Jello. Thanks for sharing!

  2. craftytexasgirls says

    Yet another great use for coffee filters! I made a wreath last year, maybe this can be my coffee filter project for 2011!
    Visiting from Tatertots and Jello.
    :) crafty texas girls

  3. Pam List says

    So cute, and you could vintage it up with some of that scrapbookers ink stains.

    love, love, love

    Stopping by from wishing you a wonderful November to you and yours.
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  4. Faith, Trust, and a Little Pixie Dust says

    This is so pretty. Coffee filters huh? Wow. I love it on the mirror.

    Warmly, Michelle

  5. Gen says

    What a terrific idea! I do have a large mirror like that in my entry way! Thanks for sharing.

  6. La-Dee-da crafter says

    This is sooo cute. Be sure to come link this up to my blog, CSI project on Thursday. It is all about Thanksgiving and Fall. SO this is perfect and you can enter to win the giveaway.
    Also, send me a message if you want to be on our tutorial list or a guest judge. I love your blog!

  7. L2L says

    I like it on the mirror!!!!! Gonna have to go get some doilies and whip up one of these tomorrow, thanks for the great idea!!!!

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