DIY Project Parade and Time for Dinner – clock themed accents.

canvas burlap banner tutorial

I love banners and enjoy seeing them all over blogland but couldn’t decide what I wanted mine to look like. I knew I wanted it to be “every day” and not seasonal or special occasion. I finally decided on a Love, Eat, Pray theme.

canvas burlap banner and table runner

Materials I used:

  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. Letter stamps and ink.
  9. Twine
  10. Hot glue/gun

 

clock themed canvas table runner

On the four Canvas Corp. burlap minis, I wrote “T”, “I”, “M”, “E” using a Sharpie.  Next using a foam brush with Deco Art Americana in black and stenciling directly onto Canvas Corp. canvas shapes (triangles) using Deco Art’s number stencils (I used number “2″…love these stencils 0-9. They’re a great size and are going to get so much use!) and various clock stencils. I stamped the words “love”, “eat” and “pray” on a three out of the five canvas shapes.

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”. 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…

Sweet reminder at dinner time to “pray, love & eat” and it looks cute too, don’t you think?  :)

Canvas and Burlap Bunting

canvas, burlap banner tutorial

faux fireplace/pallet shelving

faux fireplace, pallet shelves

 See my Canvas Corp. table runner tutorial at the DIY Club.

canvas table runner, clock theme

Dining room:

canvas table runner, clock theme

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