Pumpkin Pie Oh, My!
Pumpkin Pie, oh my! Yep, it’s that time. Fall is one of my favorite times of the year. I love everything about it. Pumpkins on the front porch, fall leaves, pumpkin bread, pumpkin pie, cooler temps and decorating all things fall.
I was recently looking for a fall bunting or banner that would last well though Thanksgiving.
Apparently, that’s a big ask.
After much searching and thought, I settled on making my own pumpkin pie bunting!
Yes, you read that right, a pumpkin pie bunting.
Make a template for a slice of pumpkin pie.
One for the crust and one for the pie filling.
Next, draw the pie patterns onto felt.
Cut them out.
Glue the felt pie filling to the felt crust.
I used hot glue, but really any craft glue would work also.
Using left over felt scraps, mark and cut out strips of the tan felt.
Make a fancy pie crust.
Place a dot of glue on the end of the felt pie piece.
Glue the end of a felt strip to the left edge of the pie crust, then loop the felt strip in an upside U shape.
Once that is done, glue the end of the felt U to the crust.
Glue, loop, glue.
Repeat until the top of your felt pie piece is covered.
Once the pie piece is finished, add a white pom pom to the middle of your pie piece to look like a dollop of whipped cream.
Add a loop of felt to the back.
Because I will be hanging my pie pieces onto twine, I needed something to attach the pie piece.
I simply added a loop to the back for the twine to be strung through.
For a little color, I also added these fall leaves to the pumpkin pie bunting.
I shared how to make these earlier.
If you missed it, you can see how here.
Once you have all the pieces to the bunting made, it’s time to add them to a string of twine.
This banner is super easy and fun to make!
It’s the perfect bunting for my kitchen area.
Pumpkin pie, oh my!
Until next time….