This Trick or Treat Pennant Banner is the perfect décor for Halloween. Let me show you how to make it using Chalk Couture!
Can you believe Halloween will be here soon? Today, I’m going to show you how to make the cutest Trick or Treat Pennant Banner using a ChalkMade Kit from Chalk Couture. These kits come with all the supplies you need to make something boo-tiful! Let’s get started.
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Supplies you’ll need to create your own Trick or Treat Pennant Banner:
- Chalk Couture’s ChalkMade Trick or Treat Kit
- Additional embellishments – I added a buffalo check bead to mine, but feel free to add whatever you like or keep it simple with the kit.
The ChalkMade Trick or Treat Kit comes with everything you need!
- Stitched decorative banner (9½” x 12½”)
- Exclusive B-sized Chalk Transfer® design
- Chalkology® Paste singles in Bright White and Orange Peel
- 2 Color Trays
- Mini Squeegee
- Wooden dowel
- Tassel accent
- Printed instructions
Here you can see that I did add one small thing to the kit – a small buffalo check bead. Feel free to leave the kit as it comes or add your own special touch.
Now it’s time to add the transfer to the pennant surface.
First, empty a bit of the orange Chaology Paste into a color tray. Then, use the small squeegee to add the color to the words trick and treat.
Next, add a bit of the white Chalkology paste to a color tray.
Then, use the squeegee to add the white paste to the remaining portions of the transfer.
When chalking, be sure to work quickly and immediately remove the transfer from the surface. This will ensure a clean finished product.
Once dry, finalize your project by adding the ribbon for hanging and the tassel.
This is such a fast, easy and cute Halloween home décor DIY!
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