DIY Project Parade and a Canvas and Burlap Banner tutorial

I’ve been working hard on a project this past week in hopes of sharing it today. However, it’s not quite yet done so stay tuned {hopefully} Monday to see my guest room double as my dressing room along with a fun giveaway!  {EDIT: Dressing Room/Closet Organization post here:} If I survive, that is.  I must be using muscles I don’t normally use to drill into the studs and to screw into to studs and I am out of shape sore!

So, today I’m sharing the banner I made a few weeks ago and posted at the DIY Club. A banner for our dining room mantel – Time to pray, eat & love…

Materials:

  1. Canvas Corp. Burlap Minis {4}
  2. Canvas Corp. Canvas Shapes {5}
  3. Deco Art Americana {black}
  4. Deco Art Number Stencils
  5. Clock Stencils {from scrapbooking store}
  6. Foam brush {Rockler}
  7. Sharpie permanent marker or fabric Stain marker {black}
  8. Twine

1. On the four Canvas Corp. burlap minis, I wrote “T”, “I”, “M”, “E”.

2. Using a foam brush with Deco Art Americana in black stencil directly onto Canvas Corp. canvas shapes (triangles). I used Deco Art’s number stencils number “2” (love these stencils 0-9. They’re a great size and are going to get so much use!) and various clock stencils.

3. I stamped the words “love”, “eat” and “pray” on a three out of the five canvas shapes.

4. I laid out my five canvas shapes with “love”, “eat {2}” and “pray” as the center three. In between, I used the four burlap minis spelling “t-i-m-e”.

5. Using hot glue, I attached each banner triangle to twine, measuring a distance of 3 inches between each and tying a loop for hanging on the ends.

Each banner triangle has it’s own character…

Decorative reminder for dinner time to “pray, eat & love”.

Let’s see what you’ve been up to!

The DIY Show Off

1. You must use the button above (ADD BUTTON HTML CODE FROM SIDE BAR TO YOUR POST) and link to this post to share the linky love. You post must be recent, shared at one DIY Project Parade only (not continuously) and be DIY related.
2. Include your name or blog name and project title. Add your permalink (not your blog url, but your DIY project post url). Feel free to link a Past Post, just invite your readers in a current post with a quick note.
3. Or email your link to thediyshowoff@gmail.com and I will add it for you.
4. If you notice your link has disappeared -please add the link back to The DIY Show Off to your post today, a button or a quick note to your readers about the party and try again! I love when everyone participates and readers check out everyone’s links, but I think the return favor of linking back is the nice thing to do so everyone plays fair and enjoys all of the projects and links. Also – this blog party is for DIY projects only. Links not related to DIY will be deleted. Please share your link one week only.
5.  If reading this in an email or reader, pop over to http://diyshowoff.com to see the inspiring DIY projects linked up!
6.  NOW you can “like” the links!  What a fun idea!  Most liked links may be included in a post of DIY Project Parade highlights later in the week.

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