I am very excited to welcome back Alison Osborn to the Kunin Felt Classroom. She shares a tasty banner for Thanksgiving. You can make banners quickly and easily with Kunin Felt. Change the color of felt to suit any decor. Follow Alison on Instagram, her designs are delightful! https://www.instagram.com/alisoninspires/
Hi, Alison Osborn here, with some more holiday fun. One of my favorite traditions for Thanksgiving is baking pumpkin pies and today I’ll like to serve up a simple pumpkin pie banner using Kunin Classic felts.
- 9″ x 12″ craft cuts of Kunin Classicfelt™ in Walnut, Goldenrod and Antique White
- Glue gun and scissors
To start, I sketched and cut a pie shape out of paper to use as a template. The size I used was 8 in. for each side and 7 in. for the top. I then traced and cut 7 pie shapes out of the Goldenrod felt.
Next using the Walnut felt I cut 7 – 7×3 in. strips, folded them in half and secured the edge with glue. Then I fringed the looped edge with scissors to form the piecrust.
For the dollop of whipped cream I used my Sizzix Flower Layers 12 Bigz Die to cut out 6 flower shapes. I then folded each petal shape in half and then in half again, securing the two sides together with hot glue. I did this to all 6 flower shapes. Once done, I glued four folded petals together for the base of the flower. I cut off the tips of the two remaining petals and glued them onto the center of the base.
I then glued the pie shapes to the crust, trimmed off and extra edges from the sides. Then I hot glued the whipped cream to the center of the pie. For addition flare I glued a ribbon to the top.
You can now find an expanded color line of Kunin Eco-fi Classicfelt; Eco-fiPlus™ Premiumfelt and ShaggiChic non-wovens fabrics in cut by the yard at your local Walmart; please inquire as to what is available in your area.
This will be a sweet touch to your Thanksgiving décor. Don’t forget to add the love! Enjoy and Happy Thanksgiving!