Thanksgiving Banner

Here’s a fun Thanksgiving banner to dress up your mantle…(if you are thinking ahead).

I’m bugging…Cuttlebuggin’. For a non-scrapbooker, you would think that I wouldn’t be as into this thing called the Cuttlebug as I am. It’s just that it’s too fun!

Because not only does it cut shapes…it embosses them too! Can you tell I like it?! (I’m really trying to limit my exclamation points, but it’s just too hard.)

The possibilities are endless.

From banner making,

to place card setting.

Oh the fun to be had when you’re buggin’… Cuttlebuggin’. ;)

make a thankful banner for November - get the how to on NoBiggie.net

Looking for more Thanksgiving ideas? Then you’ll love this Thanksgiving Snack Mix!


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Comments

  1. 1

    My mom has one of these and I love going to her house to use it! Provo Craft makes the best stuff! Seriously! =P

  2. 2

    I’ve never even heard of that thing. But it really does look fun!

  3. 3

    ooh, I think I need one.

  4. 4

    I haven’t seen this either! Oh, the fun to be had…

  5. 5

    Look at you getting all crafty! Way to go!

  6. 6
    Aranne and Dan says:

    First off I can’t believe you don’t scrapbook! You are so crafty… I am sure you are going to have tons of fun with this and I can’t wait to see the results.

  7. 7

    OK, you are the only person I know (besides me) that does not scrapbook. If you start I may have to reconsider. That looks cool – when you made your banner it dawned on me how many fun things I could make for my classroom (someday) with something like that. It gets me thinking . . .

  8. 8

    The time we made the homemade cards at Grandmas was so fun. Let’s do it again with the new stuff.

  9. 9

    I got my cricut a couple of years ago and haven’t broken down to get one of these goodies yet, but you are making me covet one :)

  10. 10
    Ferrara Family says:

    I love mine just as much… Have you tried the Cricut machine??? The expressions is amazing.

  11. 11

    How fun, you need to teach us at a card making session. I was glad to see Rukkus’ new do.

  12. 12

    I’m not much of a scrapbooker–I tried and I just don’t have the talent. But I have to say, that looks super fun!

    By the way, what kind of camera do you have? You always take such beautiful pictures.

  13. 13

    I am soooo not a scrapbooker… but I think I now must have one of these! Thanks for the tip!!

  14. 14

    That looks like a fun little machine you got there. I love what you did with your cute crafts.

  15. 15

    How cute!! Does this machine do the same thing as the Cricut? I want one of those so badly and I don’t even scrapbook. Oh imagine the possibilities!

  16. 16

    That looks fun!

  17. 17

    Never heard of it, but it sure does look like fun!

  18. 18

    Hey Kami! This is Anna W, Bonnies daughter. Ur blog is really cool! I just wanted to let you know about a sight my brother found to decorate ur blog. here it is…http://www.thecutestblogontheblock.com/ Hope it works!

  19. 19
    KJ@letsgoflyakite says:

    Found you via the Project Parade. This banner is amazing. I have never heard of this machine. I am not a scrapbooker and obviously my head has been in the sand or something, but I am definitely going to research all this now.

  20. 20

    I am not familiar with this machine either, although it reminds me of the school dicut machine :o) YOur banner is adorable!

  21. 21
    Michelle@Somedaycrafts says:

    That is beatuiful! Love the texture!!!! I want one of those machines now! I am featuring this at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com. Grab my "featured" button.

  22. 22
    Young and Crafty says:

    I would love for you to link up this CUTE garland to Scraptastic Saturday!

    Hannah @ http://youngancrafty.blogspot.com/

  23. 23

    I love this idea. I have been putting off getting one but I think you have got me convinced! My dc would love this…we are doing a nature notebook and they are really focused on leaves right now. They collect them everywhere we go. I literally have stacks of them on my entertainment center! I would love you to link this up to my Get Organized Giveaway and Linky Party!

  24. 24

    I love this!!! I had no idea what the cuttlebug could do! I LOVE it! I think I need one…

    - Michelle @ Bunch of Craft

  25. 25
    Davis and Laura says:

    sooo cute—happy i found you! love your style! easypeasycraft.blogspot.com

  26. 26
    Jessica @ This Blessed Life says:

    that is ridiculously adorable.

  27. 27

    How adorable! I love the placecards! Great ideas!

  28. 28

    Hi!! I am your newest follower from the crafty link up! I love finding new blogs and yours is lovely:) You can find me at http://www.bouffeebambini.blogspot.com
    Take a peek at my giveaways if you come by. Everything is handmade and gorgeous!

    This is really CUTE

  29. 29

    Oh yeah, that is adorable! I need to check out the cuttlebug. This project would be great for my Theme Party Thursday. Please stop by and link up!

  30. 30

    Thanks for the Inspiration !

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