Summer Journal

Summer Journal

We are wrapping up the end of our school year here and only have two days left of school.  Since I work from home, I have my kids with me over the summer. I knew that I was going to need to get ahead of the game and look up a little bit of activities to get prepared for the adjustment period of summer and the kids being home.  I thought that I would work up a soft schedule that would at least give them an idea of things to do and a go to list when they get bored or I am needing some time to myself to work.  This led me to doing a search of summer bucket lists and activities, which then led me across the idea of doing a summer journal for my kids.  I had come across this post from journalbuddies.com and thought this would not only make a great idea for my kids, but also would be a great idea as an “end of the school year” present to pass out to my littlest one’s classmates.  I decided to do a picture journal with space for a few notes for her and her classmates since I could make one that is simple and age appropriate in the timeline that I have left.  If you are looking for ideas for slightly older kids, this link has some great ideas and writing prompts for a little bit older children who would actually benefit from an actual writing journal and not just a picture journal.  And this site has great prompts for all ages.

I made the journal simple, where the child could take a special day, occasion or event out of there summer and journal about that day.  For the journals I am sending to school, I printed out the cover (which is one sided) on cardstock.  Then I printed the first page front and the first page back one time.  Then I printed the first page back on one side and then on the other side as well and printed out 10 sheets of them that were the same on both sides (with the Day/Date line on the left and the “I did” box on the right).  Then I folded all the sheets in half and inserted the Day/Date pages inside of the one inside “My Summer journal Page” and then the cover on the front.  And then I stapled it twice on the folded edge.

On the very back inner page of the journal, there should be a scavenger hunt print.  This can be used as one of the activities on a summer day.  Or the child can use it as an all summer long scavenger hunt where they try to find/see all of the items on the list.

Also, on the back cover there is a summer bucket list.  I originally started making my own list, but then came across Moritz Fine Designs’ site where she had several great ideas as well.  I used what I had (a lot of which she had as well) and then added some she had and then added ideas I got from a few other places as well.  Go check out her free printable and sign up for her blog!  Here were a few other sites that had some creative ideas for a summer bucket list:

The Simple Parent

My List of Lists

I heart Naptime

Survival Kit for Moms

And here is the link to my Pinterest board to show you some other fun summer activities that I have pinned.

I am including jpeg files of the journal on here to share with everyone this cute little printout that I created (with help with ideas from others).  Please note that although I have placed an Olaf clipart on the cover – no transfer of ownership occurs with this FREE download.  All rights to that piece of art and the character itself remain the rightful property and all intellectual property rights remain with the respective owner.  You are simply getting a FREE printable to use for your own personal use.

I have also included a FREE full size printable of the Bucket List and the Nature Scavenger Hunt as well.

I also liked the idea of having a summer tentative and soft schedule for my kids like the one My Frugal Adventures made here.  Though we won’t stick to it tightly, it will give us a general idea and structure for our day.  Hopefully with all of these ideas we can ease into our summer break without a lot of grief, boredom, and with mom’s sanity still intact!

Summer Journal Cover

Summer journal page 1 front

 

Summer Journal Page 1 back

Nature Scavenger Hunt

Summer bucket list

And if you would prefer a pdf file download instead, here is the summer journal in that file type:

Summer Journal

I hope you enjoy the printouts and the ideas!  Please keep in mind that I only researched and pieced together these ideas.  I am not taking credit for any of the ideas themselves.  I simply put them all together in the format you see above.

Simple click on these to bring them up to full screen preview and then right click to save to your hard drive.   Please note that this particular arrangement of artwork is copyrighted by Shawna Fisher 2016.  You are allowed to use this art for your own personal projects and pieces.   You are not allowed to re-use this art for business purposes or to sell this art in any fashion – physical or digital.  The rights to this art remain with me – Shawna Fisher.  Please do not share this file, but direct others back to this link.  If you do use this file and post pictures or use it in a public fashion – I simply request that you give credit back to me.  If posted online, please use a link back to my blog/page.  If you are a stylist or planner, you may use this file – FREE OF CHARGE TO YOUR CUSTOMER – as long as you credit me and my blog/page for the files.  Please do not take credit for my artwork or my files.

Again, thank you for taking the time to visit and read my blog!  For more of my party items and artwork that is for sale, please visit My Etsy Store.

You can also follow me on my Facebook at Water Walker Events.  Or on Instagram – Water Walker Events. Twitter – FisherShawna

 

 

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St. Patrick’s Day – Free Printables

Well, tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day.  This year has been flying by and we have been so busy!  My print shop business has had a transition of late and we experienced a move.  This is a good transition.  But it has been one a long time in coming and was quite an undertaking.  Moving from somewhere you have been for the last 19 years means getting rid of A LOT of stuff.  And when you are attached to where you have been (and someone who hates change – like me) then this makes the process just that much more tedious.  However, I am glad to say that we are moved (though not quite settled yet).  And I am hoping that this new change will lend me the time and opportunity to focus on my party business and therefore this blog!

That being said, today’s post is going to be a short one.  Basically it is spring break, my kids are home, I have 2 fast approaching parties and 1 event to plan for in the next 3 weeks (not to mention Easter) and so I decided that instead of doing a mini party setup for St. Patrick’s Day this year, I would instead just create a couple small FREE printables to share with you!

Please note that these files are jpeg.  And please note that since I last posted, I came to find out that Microsoft has made changes to the newest Windows systems.  What this means for you is this… you cannot print jpegs from Windows viewer any longer at actual size.  It will allow you to print at one of their standard sizes (8.5×11, 5 x7, 4×6, 3.5 x 5 etc.) but it will not allow you to print odd sizes at exact size.  For most files this might be OK, but for say… cupcake wraps, this may pose a problem.  So you will need to look up how to import jpeg files into one of your computer’s programs.  OR you can look up how to print jpeg files from Paint.  If you use Paint, (which is standard in Windows on most computers) you will still need to choose the correct sizing when you go to print.  Please make sure that your printer settings are set at “Actual Size” and that it is not printing “Fit to Page” or one of the standard setting sizes.  And please note that just choosing 8.5 x 11, will not ensure that the files will print at correct size.  The files can still be skewed to fit the page when you choose that size.  So please choose “At actual size”.  For a further explanation and helpful hints, please see my Etsy shop’s policy page (towards the bottom), under Additional Policies and FAQ – Digital Knowledge.  This might be a little more helpful – though I am not an IT and you will need to either google or call your own IT person if you encounter further trouble with printing jpeg files.

 

So that being said, I truly hope you enjoy these FREE printables and that your St. Patrick’s Day if full of fun and Happiness!!  God Bless!!

 

St. Patrick’s Day Mini Banner

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This is a mini banner you can use for your mantel or on or above your party table.  I made the rainbow link page for those who did not have colored paper readily available – so that they could print and trim out and make the loop links if they so chose.  I printed out about 5 pages of links to make this particular banner link.  I printed my shamrock banner pieces on cardstock and the rainbow links on just plain white 20# copy paper.  I think looped my links as you see and just clipped on my banner pieces directly to the loops using mini clothespins.

 

Here are the printables for the mini Shamrock “Lucky” Banner:

Simple click on these to bring them up to full screen preview and then right click to save to your hard drive.   Please note that this artwork is copyrighted by Shawna Fisher 2016.  You are allowed to use this art for your own personal projects and pieces.   You are not allowed to re-use this art for business purposes or to sell this art in any fashion – physical or digital.  The rights to this art remain with me – Shawna Fisher.  Please do not share this file, but direct others back to this link.  If you do use this file and post pictures or use it in a public fashion – I simply request that you give credit back to me.  If posted online, please use a link back to my blog/page.  If you are a stylist or planner, you may use this file – FREE OF CHARGE TO YOUR CUSTOMER – as long as you credit me and my blog/page for the files.  Please do not take credit for my artwork or my files.

 

St. Patrick’s Day Cupcake Wraps and Toppers – Pot of Gold with Rainbow

Here are the files:

 

Simple click on these to bring them up to full screen preview and then right click to save to your hard drive.   Please note that this artwork is copyrighted by Shawna Fisher 2016.  You are allowed to use this art for your own personal projects and pieces.   You are not allowed to re-use this art for business purposes or to sell this art in any fashion – physical or digital.  The rights to this art remain with me – Shawna Fisher.  Please do not share this file, but direct others back to this link.  If you do use this file and post pictures or use it in a public fashion – I simply request that you give credit back to me.  If posted online, please use a link back to my blog/page.  If you are a stylist or planner, you may use this file – FREE OF CHARGE TO YOUR CUSTOMER – as long as you credit me and my blog/page for the files.  Please do not take credit for my artwork or my files.

Again, thank you for taking the time to visit and read my blog!  For more of my party items and artwork that is for sale, please visit My Etsy Store.

You can also follow me on my Facebook at Water Walker Events.  Or on Instagram – Water Walker Events. Twitter – FisherShawna

I am free to live….In honor of Veterans Day

I am free to live….In honor of Veterans Day

I don’t know about you, but I KNOW that I tend to take my freedom for granted most of the time.  I get up, go through my day, enjoy myself & my family & the blessings that I have.  Or perhaps instead I get up and complain about them or my “world”.  Some days are mundane, most are FULL though.  With a husband who works two jobs and goes to school, three busy kids, two dogs, three cats, and being self-employed of two businesses – life is hectic.  And most days I just do life.  I don’t even stop to think about that I get to DO life.  I get to do life without the struggles and fears that some others in the world have to face.  I get to have my family near me.  I get to have my husband home at night.  I live.  I am free to live.  Not often do I think about what price that freedom comes at.  Not often am I thinking about those who give up that type of freedom so that I AM FREE TO LIVE.  I take it for granted most days.  I am truly glad for Veterans Day.  A day to stop and REMEMBER.  A day to remember those who give up THEIR LIVES – whether literally or just tangibly in the way that they are not getting up in “their world”, getting to enjoy their family, or even having the luxury to complain about their (quite honestly in comparison to others in the world)… very blessed day.  To be thankful for those that we should… that we MUST focus on – so that we can see and be thankful for what we have been given.  That’s what makes Veteran’s day so great.  To not only remember what all we have been given, but to remember those who have given it to us.  So today, I would like to say thank you.  Thank you to all who have served.  Thank you to all those who are serving.  Thank you for giving up your time, your families, your freedoms, your blessings, your days of taking for granted – so that others may instead.  Thank you for giving up your life.  Thank you for give up your time of living… so that I am free to live.  May God bless those who have and are serving and their families!  Thank you  – you are God’s tangible guardian angels here on earth!

Today my daughter was chosen to either read another poem that was written in honor of Veteran’s Day or to write her own, and then to read it today at her entire school Veteran’s assembly.  She decided that she wanted to write her own.  So I decided that I would share her poem on here today so that others may see her honor of them!

Veterans day poem for online

In honor of Veteran’s Day, I have uploaded a free Veteran’s Day mini banner “Thank you Veterans”.

 

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Halloween 3D pumpkin craft FREE PRINTABLE!

Halloween 3D Pumpkin Craft FREE PRINTABLE!

A Week of Halloween!

Materials Needed:

Colored Printer

Cardstock

1 piece of regular paper

Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks

Green Ribbon (if making hanging version)

Toothpick(s)

Scissors

There are two versions of art to this – one is for a circular pumpkin for hanging or for walls.  The second has a flat bottom where you can stand the pumpkin.  If you want a standing pumpkin – print only the flat bottomed art.  But you can follow the same directions and pictures that are here for the hanging pumpkin.

Step 1:  Print each of the artworks twice (2 times) so that you end up having 8 pieces total.

Step 2:  Trim out all the circles and the stem.

Step 3: Fold the circles in half (if folding the flat ended pieces – be sure to match up the flat end corners so that the piece is mirrored)

Step 4:  Use a pair of scissor or some sort of scoring edge and press the fold down really well.

Step 5: Place a line of glue along the folded edge on one side.

Step 6:  Take a different patterned circle and place it atop the folded piece with the glue. Press along that edge really well to adhere well.

Step 7: Repeat this step matching up two at a time with a line of glue along the edge.  You should end up with 5 pieces of matched (glued) pairs that have been glued along the center line edge.  Be sure to mix up your patterns.

Step 8: Go back to each matched up pair and then secure the rest of the flap together by applying glue all over and especially along the rounded edge to glue closed.  Firmly press down the pieces together.


  

This is what it will look like once you have glued the piece together tightly.

Step 9:  Repeat this same process for all the paired up pieces.

Step 10:  Making sure you are mixing up your patterns still (not placing a same pattern right up next to the same other pattern piece), place another line of glue along the edge of one of the paired pieces and place another pair on top.


  

Step 11:  Repeat this process for all the matched pairs, continuing to just keep gluing a line along center edge and stack another piece until all the pieces are stacked. (See picture below).

Step 12:Flip through and glue the other edges together by again placing glue all over and around the rounded edge and pressing down.  

Once you have glued all the pieces fully together, this is what it will look like.
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At this point you can hang this flat up against a wall for décor, or you can continue on for a fully rounded piece.

Step 13: Glue the two final flaps completely together to close up into a fully rounded shape.
  

Step 14:  Go around all the edges and clean them up by trimming off unmatched edges and any white showing.

Here is a view if you are matching up the flat ended pieces rather than the fully rounded one that hangs.

Step 15:  When I print out my green sheets, my printed leaves a white border around the edge.  If yours does this, first trim off all the white edged borders.  Then proceed to trim out strips along the long edge of about a 1/4″ width.  These will be your vines.
  

Step 16:  Trim out your stem piece and cut in half.


Step 17:  Place glue all over one side piece to the stem.  Quickly place the toothpick in the middle of the stem towards the top and then place the other side of the stem atop to glue it closed and shut.

     
  

Step 18:  Trim off all unmatched white edges on both sides.

Step 19:  Put glue on both sides of the toothpick.  And then quickly insert the toothpick into the top of the pumpkin and into the center.


  

Finished look to top of pumpkin with stem inserted.
  

Step 20:  Take about 4 (or however many you want) of your trimmed green vine pieces.  With your scissors closed, use the edge of your scissors and press and pull the paper against the edge of the scissors.  Make sure you hold it tight enough to apply pressure, but not tight enough to rip the paper.  You will be using the same technique as if you were curling ribbon.
  

Step 21:  Place a dab of glue on the end of the vine piece (the uncurled end).

Step 22:  Place the glued vine to the stem.

Step 23:  Repeat this vine step for all four sides of the stem.

Step 24:  If you making the hanging version, instead of using the printed stem, take a piece of ribbon and fold over and glue, placing a toothpick in the center about 3/8″ up and then glue together at the end to make a glue loop with the toothpick sticking out the bottom.  Then place glue on the toothpick and insert as before and then hang!

I hope you enjoyed these pieces.  Please note that to save the printables, please click on the images individually to pull up full screen view.  Then just right click and save to your computer!

Copyright and usage disclosure:

Please note that while these printables are here for you to enjoy for your own FREE USE, these pieces are not to be resold or used in any fashion for resale or trade or for any use in any type of business or business art.  The intellectual rights stay with Water Walker Events – Shawna Fisher.  You are not given the rights to own these pieces of art.  You are only given the right to use them for your own personal use.  If you are interested in using these printables for a party you are styling for someone else or for yourself for a business, please just contact me first for permission.  I am open and welcome to you using the design in your parties with permission and as long as my shop and name are given credit for the design work, and as long as you are not actually reselling the pieces yourself in the party setup or pricing.  These are to remain free of charge to any and all customers – mine or yours.

Thank you,

Shawna

Water Walker

Events – Design – Planning

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Halloween Spiderweb, Harvest Reaper, and Bat Wand FREE PRINTABLES and Tutorial

Halloween Spiderweb, Reaper and Band Wand printable and tutorial

A Week of Halloween

Materials Needed:

Color Printer

Cardstock

Wooden Skewers or Mini Dowel Rods (skewers can be found in the kitchen dept in a lot of stores).  You could also even use deco straws for these to save the decorating portion.

Sticky bling ribbon

Hot Glue Gun

Glitter or any embellishments you desire.

Tulle or Ribbon

Today I started off making a spiderweb wand as my design and tutorial for today.  And as always when I started thinking on that I’d give my “make” to my girls I was reminded of the fact that I had nothing to present to my wonderful son.  I find myself in that predicament sometimes as I am crafting or even as I am shopping.  There are always so many cute offering for girl parties and such.  But what about the boys at the party?  Should they just go without?  I found myself with that same question when I was making the girls wands for our Frozen party this last year.  What about the boys?  And that same question was looming here?  What about the boys?  So in an effort to even out the party playing field, I thought I would try to come up with something “boyish” in the wand but not a wand department.  For the frozen party I made the boys all ice picks instead.  But what could I make for Halloween?  Hmm. And then I thought, what about a mini reaper staff.  So I started down that path.  I have to admit right about here is when I started having some personal conviction / guilt? battle.  I, myself, (again I say personal conviction – not right or wrong) don’t really like or feel like the grim reaper is something to mimic, emulate, or celebrate. He represents what my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ came here and defeated – Death.  And I certainly do not want to give Death it’s place here in my life or in my blog.  So after I had designed the blade piece, I instead turned to a bat wand in it’s stead.  I thought, “I can make bat wands and they are cool too, right?”  And they are and I was just going to post that.  Until then I thought, I am not going to be overly “religious” and silly.  I have designed up this reaper wand, and I might as well share it.  It doesn’t have to be for me or my family.  We can do bat wands.  Or we can call them Harvest Reapers or some such thing.  But I refuse to be silly and over religious.  Now, will I personally let my son dress as the reaper.  No.  But again, personal conviction.  Can my son have a silly reaper blade that he will act like a typical boy and waive in silly chaotic fashion – yes.  As long as it isn’t at me.  Or his sisters. Or the cat.  Boys will be boys.

So here is a tutorial on spiderweb wands, harvest reaper wands, and bat wands.

Spider wands

This tutorial is for adding bling to dowel sticks – because that is what I had on hand.  However, if you just have some cute decorative straws – use those instead of dowels.  Or if you want to wrap your dowels with cute paper or ribbon – try that instead.  For the paper I would recommend using a cold glue and apply the glue to the whole length of the paper strip and roll the rod until all wrapped up.  For the ribbon, I would hot glue ribbon to top of stick and then wind the ribbon around until I reach the end and secure with more glue and trim. Then I would place that end, glued to the back of the spiderweb piece.  But for blinged out sticks – here are the directions:

Step 1:  Trim out web piece.    

Step 2: Take one of your skewer sticks and trim off about 2.5″ with some scissors.

 

Step 3:  Cut sticky bling ribbon to just past the length of your dowel rod.  Cut two this same size.

Step 4:  Pull off adhesive backing strip.

Step 5:  Apply bling strip to one side of the dowel, keeping it as straight as you can.

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Step 6:  Roll the strip around the sides of the dowel, pressing and pinching firmly to adhere.

Step 7: Place other strip on the other side of the dowel rod, repeating the pressing and pinching step as well.

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Step 8:  Trim off excess off each end.

Step 9:  Roll the rod between your hand in a back and forth motion.  This will put pressure on the sticky ribbon and help it to apply and stick better.

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Step 10: Apply a strip of hot clue from center point to one of the edges/points on back of web.

 

Step 11:  Press wand onto hot glue on back of web piece.

Step 12:  Apply a line of hot glue to vertical pieces going to center.  Sprinkle with glitter immediately.  (You can also use regular cold glue but you will need to wait longer for the glue to dry fully before continuing to the next step).

(Picture shows not secured to wand – this was my first go round.  I secured further wands first and then glued and glittered and found that best).

Step 13: Repeat the hot glue around each of the vertical lines and also around the out edge of the web – to look like this.

 

Step 14:  Trim a bit of tulle.


Step 15: Tightly Tie the tulle just under the web – And Enjoy!

 

Harvest Reapers and Bat Wands.

Step One:  Trim out printed pieces.

Step Two:  Fold blade over to match up with other side and give a slight crease to middle.

  

Step 3:  Open back up and run a line of hot glue down the center crease.

Step 4: Insert dowel rod with a tiny piece of the rod sticking out of the top.

Step 5:  Fold and pinch around the rod to glue the rod to center.
  

Step 6: Run hot glue all over the inside of one of the sides of the blades.
  

Step 7:  Quickly fold the other side of the blade on top of the glue to adhere the two sides together.  Carefully smooth and put pressure to the blade.  Be careful as the heat from the glue will radiate through the cardstock.

Step 8:  Trim off any edges that are showing from each of the overlapped sides so that the edge lines up and has a nice clean edge.

Bat Wand

Trim out your bat and apply a line of glue to middle point down to bottom and apply the dowel Rod.
  

Finished Bat and Reaper Pieces.

Now the boys at the party have a manly boyish type of “wand” or handheld party piece as well!

I hope you enjoyed these pieces.  Please note that to save the printables, please click on the images individually to pull up full screen view.  Then just right click and save to your computer!

Copyright and usage disclosure:

Please note that while these printables are here for you to enjoy for your own FREE USE, these pieces are not to be resold or used in any fashion for resale or trade or for any use in any type of business or business art.  The intellectual rights stay with Water Walker Events – Shawna Fisher.  You are not given the rights to own these pieces of art.  You are only given the right to use them for your own personal use.  If you are interested in using these printables for a party you are styling for someone else or for yourself for a business, please just contact me first for permission.  I am open and welcome to you using the design in your parties with permission and as long as my shop and name are given credit for the design work, and as long as you are not actually reselling the pieces yourself in the party setup or pricing.  These are to remain free of charge to any and all customers – mine or yours.

Thank you,

Shawna

Water Walker

Events – Design – Planning

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Halloween Chalkboard Printables FREE DOWNLOADS

Halloween Chalkboard Printables FREE DOWNLOADS

A Week of Halloween!

Today I started off making a chalkboard printable of a Halloween Poem to share with everyone.  However, once I got started, it just didn’t seem like “enough” or it seemed like something was missing.  So I then proceeded to create a little “mini” party printable package to match the poem and all inspired by the poem printable.  I did a little mock setup just for fun!  (because everyday is a good day to party for me!)

After the pics, the files will be at the end of the page.  Just click, save and Enjoy!


  
  
  

To download the printables simply click each image individually and it will pull up the full screen preview.  Then just right click and save to your computer.  Print, Cut, Craft and Enjoy!

Copyright and usage disclosure:

Please note that while these printables are here for you to enjoy for your own FREE USE, these pieces are not to be resold or used in any fashion for resale or trade or for any use in any type of business or business art.  The intellectual rights stay with Water Walker Events – Shawna Fisher.  You are not given the rights to own these pieces of art.  You are only given the right to use them for your own personal use.  If you are interested in using these printables for a party you are styling for someone else or for yourself for a business, please just contact me first for permission.  I am open and welcome to you using the design in your parties with permission and as long as my shop and name are given credit for the design work, and as long as you are not actually reselling the pieces yourself in the party setup or pricing.  These are to remain free of charge to any and all customers – mine or yours.

Thank you,

Shawna

Water Walker

Events – Design – Planning

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Halloween character pennants FREE DOWNLOAD & pic tutorial

Halloween Character Pennants FREE DOWNLOAD & picture tutorial

A Week of Halloween

Today I thought I would share with you a pennant banner that I made to match my Halloween Character Popcorn Boxes that I sell in my shop.  These are too cute not to share!

Step 1:  Print each of the image pieces at the end of this tutorial.

Step 2: Cut out each of your pennants and the accessory pieces.

  Here are all of the character pieces matched up to their accessories (if applicable).
  Step 3:  Line up the matching accessories to the pieces and turn over and secure with tape on the back (or you can glue or hot glue).
  
  
    On the witch hat and pumpkin top, you will need to add a tiny rolled up piece of tape or double sided tape to the front underneath their top to secure it down in the front.
  
  
  

Step 4:  After all the accessories have been taped on, you can either punch holes in the top upper corners of the pennants and string.  Or you can staple the pieces to a ribbon or twin.  Or you can even hot glue them to some ribbon or tie them together with ribbon.  However, one of my favorite ways to hang banners is to use mini clothespins.  This makes hanging SO MUCH EASIER!  I can string my string and then clip, clip, clip into place and walah!  Banner done!  Hanging it this way also makes for easy repositioning if needed.  And you can find the tiny clips many places and even Walmart!

Hang and Enjoy!!

  

Hope you enjoyed Day 3 of “A Week of Halloween” !!

To download the art, simple click on the images below to pull them to full screen preview.  Then right click and save to your computer!

Copyright and usage disclosure:

Please note that while these printables are here for you to enjoy for your own FREE USE, these pieces are not to be resold or used in any fashion for resale or trade or for any use in any type of business or business art.  The intellectual rights stay with Water Walker Events – Shawna Fisher.  You are not given the rights to own these pieces of art.  You are only given the right to use them for your own personal use.  If you are interested in using these printables for a party you are styling for someone else or for yourself for a business, please just contact me first for permission.  I am open and welcome to you using the design in your parties with permission and as long as my shop and name are given credit for the design work, and as long as you are not actually reselling the pieces yourself in the party setup or pricing.  These are to remain free of charge to any and all customers – mine or yours.

Thank you,

Shawna

Water Walker

Events – Design – Planning

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