Tuesday, November 01, 2011

November Plaque Attack is here!

November's Plaque Attacks have arrived. Yes, that's plural. As is often the case I couldn't make up my mind as to which document I would feature, so I chose to let you decide!

For those new to the "Plaque Attack Club," each month I feature a new printable document. Last year the plaque wording reflected holidays or activities unique to each month of the year. This year the plaque wording will reflect events in our lives or meaningful quotes! Know that you'll need to check back every month to receive each new document. Collect the following materials to make a plaque of your own:
  • 6 1/2" square wooden plaque {available online or at craft stores}
  • 1 piece of scrapbook paper 
  • acrylic craft paint to compliment your paper
  • Mod Podge {I like matte finish.}
  • paint brush
For a tutorial on how to make these plaques, go here!

I am offering all three of November's Plaque Attack images in a single document for anyone requesting it. Simply leave a comment below and consider becoming a follower of my blog. Then send me an email (my email address is on my sidebar under "Welcome" -- "Contact Information") with the words "November's Plaque Attacks" in the subject line of the email. I will return all three plaque images in a single Microsoft Word document.

{I will be out of town for a few days toward the end of this week, so if you request the document during that time, please know that I will get back to you toward the middle of next week.}

It would be impossible for me to ignore Thanksgiving in the month of November. I knew I needed to make a plaque that reflects a thankful heart, so here's an ode to my favorite holiday of the year...

Below is surely one of my favorite quotes by a spiritual leader of my faith.  You can read the whole text here.

I realized after purchasing the paper for that plaque that it needed a more simple paper behind it, so I made the next plaque. It's the first time I've made a plaque where you use white paper {cardstock would be best}. It just might be my favorite plaque ever.  "The Cutest Blog on the Block" furnished the adorable banner for this plaque. Both images will be sent to you upon your request and you can decide to use white or scrapbook paper!

Important: © By requesting this document via email you are agreeing not to sell the pattern or sell products with this pattern on them. You may make as many products as you would like for personal use, gifts or fundraisers.


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