Little Something Sunday with Rachel Hall

One of the things that I love about Halloween is the vast amount of digital freebies that are to be found and used in hundreds of creative ways.

I created this little décor piece using a download that I found at Matthew Mead Style.

To create this piece:
1. Download and print the above file.
2. Cut out the pieces and ink edges if desired. I also colored in the letters with orange to accent them and make them pop.
3. Cut out six circles approximately 3" in diameter. Distress if desired.
4. Adhere your cut out download pieces to circles.
5. Cut out six 3 1/2" squares from patterned paper of your choosing. Ink if desired.
6. Cut out one piece of cardstock 11 1/4" x 8". Distress if desired.
7. Adhere the six squares to your large piece of cardstock. Add embroidery stitching if desired. 8. For a quick stitched effect, use a pen and draw stitches.
9. Tie a ribbon around your piece about 2/3 of the way down the piece.
10. Add your round letter elements to your piece. I used foam squares for added dimension.
11. Coat pieces in Glossy Accents or Diamond Glaze if desired for a glossy effect.
12. Place on plate stand for a unique and easy festive décor piece.
Don't forget to check out or free project instruction and freebie digital downloads at A Million Memories, including origional Fall and Halloween themed flashcards designed by our very own Mia Caniza.

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