My Name Is Snickerdoodle: Busting Out The Halloween Decor (And Starting With This Super Easy Banner!)


Busting Out The Halloween Decor (And Starting With This Super Easy Banner!)

Over the weekend I had to pick up a few things at the store I forgot to get the day before.  Sound familiar?  I typically have a certain order that I go in on a typical visit, but since I was just there for random items I happened upon a little Halloween baking display.

These spiderweb cupcake liners caught my eye and when I saw the price ($1.49) I couldn't resist!  I knew exactly what I was going to use them for and it wasn't for baking. 
DIY Simple Spiderweb Banner Using Cupcake Liners | My Name Is Snickerdoodle

I've been wanting to create a cupcake liner banner for ages for two reasons.  1.)  They are totally adorable!  2.) They are so simple to put together.  Really easy I promise!
A super simple Spiderweb Banner using inexpensive cupcake liners  | My Name Is Snickerdoodle
Spiderweb Cupcake Liner Banner

Paper cupcake liners (any Halloween liners will work!)
Bakers twin, yarn or ribbon
Adhesive (I pulled out all the stops and borrowed my sons Elmer's glue stick!)

1.  Measure how long you want your banner to be and add on 12 inches to that number.
2.  Take out your liners and flatten them out.  My pack had 24 and I only used 10.
3.  Fold each liner in half.
4.  Place fold over twine 6 inches in from one end.  Completely cover one half of the fold with adhesive and fold over other half.  Press down firmly.
5.  Place another liner 1/2 inch from the first adhered liner and repeat process until desired length.
6.  Tie or tape up for display. 
Loving my spiderweb cupcake liner banner over my favorite chalkboard!  DIY on my site!  | My Name Is Snickerdoodle
I know that black on black isn't decor savvy, but in real life this looks amazing draped over my chalkboard.  
How to make an easy Halloween cupcake liner banner for less than a dollar!  | My Name Is Snickerdoodle
See.  I told you it was super simple and easy.  It took me all of 7.2 minutes to do.  And did I mention it cost me less than $1.00?  Um, yeah!    

Now looking at all my Halloween decor, I've kind of gone in the black and white direction this year...and loving it!!!  I'll post more of my displays later this week.

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