We enter day three of our vintage food craft posts. ？This fun YUMMY banner is a perfect project to hang in the kitchen， add to a food buffet or in a kitchen nook. ？The vintage look and feel of the 7gypsies Epicurean Collection makes it easy to create home decor and DIY projects that you will want to show off in your home. ？Love this banner Rhea has made， check it out.
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This project was inspired by an online class I have been taking through Brave Girls Club. ？They had a banner lesson and I decided to use my 7 Gypsies Epicurian paper and Canvas Corp burlap to good use and create this fun home decor. ？I love to find inspiration everywhere so I took an art lesson from an online course and combined it with a design team assignment to make for a really fun afternoon of crafting.
The letters on this project are 7 Gypsies and they have been in my stash forever. ？I love it when I am inspired to use something up. ？I tried to think of ？a word that would use less popular letters and this was perfect as it goes with the foodie theme of the Epicurian paper.
To create something to glue my hand crafted medallions topersonalized newborn baby gifts， I used strips of burlap from Canvas Corp. ？What I had on hand was not long enough， so I simply hid the seams strategically. ？I was so tempted to run out to the store for a burlap ribbon， but I challenged myself to get creative instead.
To make the letters look cohesive and finished， I added a little bit of Inka Gold along the edges. ？Again， use what you have! ？You could substitute paint or ink or whatever you have on hand.
The word you choose could be a personalized name or anyother word that has meaning (or you have the letters left to create.) I can see this being used as a runner for a festive table at my next pot luck for sure! Cheers!
Epicurean Paper： Fromage –； French inspired paper.
Epicurean Paper： Miso (Oriental Flavor inspired paper)
Paper crafting goes to a whole new level when it becomes a home decor piece this beautiful that you are product to put on display.
I am obsessed with the Pottery Barn catalog.? Gorgeous items and staging on page after page.? But once I circle all that I would like to buy from the catalog, I usually find my budget thinks differently.? That is why I try to knock off Pottery Barn originals for a fraction of the price.? Today I actually have two knock offs for you — candles and candle holders.? Ready to learn how to make both of these with items from Consumer Crafts?
We’ve always loved the Butterfly Chair made by the great Johnny Swing. He welded 1,500 half dollar coins at 7,000 points. It makes us want to pick up a welding torch…(we actually googled “how to weld“…)
We don’t know about you, but for us, there’s nothing that says fall quite like warm-toned hues and rustic linen. That’s why we can’t get enough of our new Fall Collection–especially the exotic world of Yasmine. Check out some of our favorite looks below: