Fall Wall Hanging - Joanna Campbell Slan

Fall Wall Hanging


The colors of fall inspire me! I love my photos of fall scenes, and I didn’t want to hide them away in an album. So I started collecting twigs, and then I came up with this idea.

Here’s how I made my fall wall hanging:

1. Tear a piece of cream muslin 6 1/2 x 15 inches.
2. Using a cross-stitch and embroidery floss, stitch on the three twigs.
3. Add a colorful ribbon tied in a bow. Attach the ends of the ribbon to the hanging with buttons.
4. Matt two photos. Glue these to the fabric.
5. Punch lots of leaves in a variety of shapes and colors. Glue the leaves along the sides of the hanging, taking care to overlap the leave shapes. See the detail photo (below) for ideas.


6. Add buttons.
ENJOY!

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5 replies on “Fall Wall Hanging”

  1. Clever mixture of paper & cloth which is THE trend now along with painting on paper/cloth. Have u seen the albums that are part plastic sleeves and part cloth pages?

  2. The texture of the muslin makes a nice backdrop to the photos, sticks, and punches. You'll notice I used patterned paper for the punches. It adds texture, and the patterns don't "read" as patterns.

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5 replies on “Fall Wall Hanging”

  1. Clever mixture of paper & cloth which is THE trend now along with painting on paper/cloth. Have u seen the albums that are part plastic sleeves and part cloth pages?

  2. The texture of the muslin makes a nice backdrop to the photos, sticks, and punches. You'll notice I used patterned paper for the punches. It adds texture, and the patterns don't "read" as patterns.

Comments are closed.