Give Thanks Banner & Elmer’s Giveaway


Happy Friday! The countdown to Thanksgiving is officially on. With less than a week away I thought it was time to create a simple Framed Give Thanks Banner for our living room. It’s where our family spends time together the most and lately I’ve really enjoyed talking to the kids about what we are thankful for. My daughter who’s 3 is starting to ask about giving back and I love hearing her responses on how we can help others.

Give Thanks Banner

To make the banner I used the X-ACTO Basic Shapes template to trace then cut out my tags. I’ll be honest I thought it was going to take me forever to cut the tags out but i promise it was a very quick process. If you don’t own a cutting machine the templates are your best friend! There are so many designs in each package, plus they have various sizes for each shape. The tag template I used has 6 different sizes to choose from. Pretty sweet!

Thanksgiving Give Thanks Banner

Once I cut my tags with the X-ACTO scissors I made paper rosettes to hot glue in the center. I used the X-ACTO self healing mat and X-ACTO knife to cut the strips. You can check out my St. Patrick’s Day Banner and Paper Ornaments to learn the basics of making a paper rosette.

Thanksgiving Give Thanks Banner

For the letters I used American Crafts Thickers found at Hobby Lobby. I love these stickers! To hang the tags I taped the string to the back and used mini Canvas Corp clothespins, also found at Hobby Lobby.

Thanksgiving Give Thanks Banner

The awesome people at Elmer’s want to give one of my readers a $150 value craft supply box filled Elmer’s and X-ACTO products! Here’s what one lucky reader will get:

Elmer's giveaway

X-ACTO:
·         Designer Series Gripster Craft Knife
·         Designer Series 12” Metal Ruler
·         Designer Series 12” X 12” Self Healing Mat
·         Designer Series 8” Scissors
·         Designer Series 5” Precision Tip Scissors
·         Designer Series Basic Shape Templates
·         Designer Series Decorative Shape Templates
PAINTERS:
·         Painters Bright Colors
·         Painters Sherbet Swirl
CRAFTBOND:
·         Dot Runner
·         Foam Mounting Tape
·         Thin Medium Glue Spots
·         All Purpose Glue Stick
·         Quick Dry Dual Tip Glue Pen
·         Elmer’s Designer Tape

 

Be sure to check out the Elmer’s Craft It! Facebook page for DIY tips and crafting inspiration.

To enter use the rafflecopter widget below.

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Disclaimer: I received Elmer’s products to facilitate my review. As always all opinions are my own.


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Comments

  1. says

    I would love any and all of these wonderful supplies! The foam board would make great posters and mini albums and the Decorative Shape Templates look like some fun to work with creating!

  2. says

    I love the idea of framing the banner! Very creative1 I made a similar bunting banner and put it up across one of my picture windows. Check it out, if you get the chance! Have a great Thanksgiving!
    Ann @ Cairn Cottage

  3. stacy says

    GLUE!!!! GLUE!!! and MORE GLUE!!!! I am a teacher and homeschooling Mom! I still love ..I mean really.LOVE the smell of elmers glue!! I also like to put it all over my hands and let it dry and tell the kids I have a peeling disease and its getting really bad. Then I start peeling it off my hand! Yes, Im one crazy, but very happy teacher!!!!

  4. Haylee says

    That is so awesome!!! I love it, I didn’t even know exacto made craft supplies. I have used their products in our shop. Ur I’d love to have them at home.

  5. kim says

    Really neat project! Looks great! I live the Elmer’s designer masking tape! Thanks for project & opportunity to win this awesome gift!

  6. Emily Claire says

    I am a big believer in having sharp tools! Scissors, knives, etc. And things to hold it together; the designer tape is awesome! I love love love new crafty things!

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