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Super easy. Super cheap. Super cute. Travelling to family’s house for the holiday and I wanted to bring along some decorations that would be quick to make and a breeze to travel with. I purchased the paper at Michaels on sale for 16 cents a pop. I cut what appeared to be a somewhat evenly shaped triangle, used it as a template and cut more. I used a cup to trace out a circle for the letters on the lighter paper. They aren’t all even, but who cares? I bought the glitter letters (with adhesive on the back) with a 40 percent off coupon. They were originally 6.99 and I still have a ton left. I then punched holes in the flags, attached the circles with some washi tape, and cut out some cute leaves. I used a bone folder to crease the leaves for dimension, added a bit of dollar ribbon and called it a day.


Happy Thanksgiving!

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