Make this magical Halloween Party Table Topper to give your decor a fabulous finishing touch!
Learn how to make this magical Halloween Party Table Topper to give your décor a fabulous finishing touch. It’s an easy-to-sew project to make for trick or treat celebration. If you’re ready to try this super cute and extremely stress free sewing project, let’s get started.
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Spooky fabric – once piece for the top and one for the bottom
Large circle platter or bowl to use as your pattern
Scissors or a rotary cutter
First, lay the circle platter on one piece of the fabric and trace around it using your fabric marker. Do the same on the second piece of fabric. The fabric can be the same pattern, or use different styles so the table topper can be reversible and used on either side.
Using your scissors or a rotary cutter, cut out the two circles.
Now, place the lace trim around the inside edge of the top circle of fabric, facing in. Pin it in place.
Using your sewing machine, sewing the trim lace on to the fabric. As a Brother Ambassador, I prefer Brother Sewing machines because of their high quality and user friendly technology.
Lay the second circle of fabric on to of the lace trimmed fabric piece. Pin it place and sew the pieces together leaving a 3 inch opening.
Turn the circle piece right side out.
Turn the opening in and press the fabric. To finish, top stitch all the way around!
And there you have it, a halloween table topper for all of your October 31st celebrations.
Using different fabrics, making multiple table toppers to add dazzling decoration to your home. If you have an embroidery machine, personalize your table topper for each buffet and table.
Keep reading for your chance to win a custom-made Halloween costume! And, check out what my friends are making for their Halloween Parties:
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