Happy Thanksgiving week friends!

I recently saw a picture of an adorable pumpkin pie banner on Pinterest and I decided to recreate it myself! I’m sharing a tutorial with you all today. I really love how it looks on our mantel!

This is a cute, quick, inexpensive DIY, plus it won’t take away from any of your Turkey day cooking! In fact, it’ll probably be the easiest {and cheapest} pumpkin pie you’ve ever made!

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Here’s what you’ll need…

  • orange card stock {I got burnt orange to look like the color of pumpkin pie}
  • brown paper for the “crust” {does not have to be card stock}
  • white pom poms for the “whipped cream”
  • glue {I used both a glue stick & a glue gun}
  • scissors {straight scissors + scalloped scrapbooking ones}
  • hole punch
  • twine

First, cut out your triangles. I made mine 3.5 inches across and 5 inches at the longest point. Adjust your size according to how many triangles you’d like to cut out; I had a total of 13 triangles. Next, craft your crust. You can choose how you want it to look; I did scallops. Cut strips of the brown paper in whatever fashion you’d like, then use a glue stick to attach the “crust” to the back of the pie triangles. Trim off any excess “crust.” Lastly, hot glue your white pom poms to the center of each pie. Punch a hole on either side of the pie, where the brown & orange meet. Finally, weave the twine through those holes and hang it up!

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Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.

//1 THESSALONIANS 5:16-18//

I hope y’all enjoyed this little craft! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!




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