Our neighborhood goes over-the-top with Halloween decorations, even more so than Christmas. Beck is enthralled with them all so with some prodding from him, I decided to make a quick Halloween garland using the grade school paper loop method. The black and white patterns are more my style, I’m not so much into the gory/scary parts of the holiday.
To make your own, download and print (double sided) the patterns then trim into two inch strips. Loop together and attach each one with a staple.
To hang it up, I used Command Party Banner Anchors from their new line of party products and they worked perfectly. One of the first things Ryan had to do to prep our house to sell was fill in all the holes I had made hanging party decorations, I kid you not. So I’m genuinely excited about the entire line (the balloon bunchers would work great for a balloon wall) and know I will use the products frequently, especially since they’re reusable.
The patterns would also work great for a traditional triangle garland or gift wrap. Can I say I have Halloween spirit now?
designs created by Kirsten Bingham
Command is a yamf sponsor but I would like their products even if they weren’t. See the entire line of party specific products right here. Command Party products can also be found in the party aisle at your local Walmart.