- Something that's recycled. (It's nice to be good to the earth.)
- Something you can do with your kids. (The more hours their occupied -- the better, right?)
- Something that also looks great. (Who needs a junked up craft?)
Mae Armstrong's seasonal project captures all three things today! It's a Harvest Banner. Mae's hung it from her fireplace mantel and it looks fabulous.
Mae's little boys painted to-go boxes with orange acrylic paint from their deli right by their house. It was a perfect rainy day activity! First, cut the box in half and trim the sharp edges before painting.
Dry for a few hours before decorating.
Mae then added a decorative circle label. Next she stamped a wooden disc each to spell Harvest and glued it on the circle tag. To spell it, Mae used PSA Essentials Archive Peel and Stick stamp set. Punch holes to attach decorated boxes onto a natural string.
Didn't this turn out festive?