Fall Window Wall Hanging by Brigit Mann

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With autumn coming, I’ll be swapping out my seasonal home décor and thought this fall window wall hanging would be a perfect addition. It’s really an easy project to put together and would make a lovely gift for friends and family.

SVG Collections Used

Caramel Apple Pie SVG Kit
Heirloom Pumpkin Flourishes SVG Collection
Crisp Days of Fall SVG Kit
Ryan’s Play Date SVG Kit
Autumn Cuddly Friends SVG Collection
Freebie Cornstalk SVG (click to download)
Freebie Scarecrow Eyes and Frame Top SVG (click to download)

Supplies Used

  • Cardstock
  • Pattern Paper
  • Hot Glue
  • Adhesive
  • Pop Dots
  • Stem Wire (20 gauge)
  • Markers
  • Ink
  • Glimmer Mist
  • Wide Raffia Ribbon
  • Hemp Cord
  • Texture Plate

Dimensions

Caramel Apple Pie - Crate
crate board1.svg 9.7 x 3.684 h dark grey
crate board2.svg 9.7 x 3.684 h dark grey
crate board3.svg 9.7 x 3.684 h dark grey
crate board4.svg 9.7 x 3.684 h dark grey
crate_optional.svg 9.7 x 6.080 h pattern paper
Basic Shape - Rectangle
rectangle 1.svg .3 x 8.25 h pattern paper
rectangle 2.svg .3 x 5.5 h pattern paper
Caramel Apple Pie - Extras
acorn_bottom.svg 0.970 x 1.206 h brown
acorn_top.svg 0.949 x 0.861 h dark brown
oak leaf bottom.svg (bigger) 2.023 x 3.417 h fall colors
oak leaf top.svg (bigger) 2.03 x 2.840 h fall colors
oak_leaf_bottom.svg 2.803 x 1.643 h fall colors
oak_leaf_top.svg 2.178 x 1.794 h fall colors
Heirloom Pumpkin Flourishes
flourish 13.svg (3) 4.697 x 2.831 h green
Crisp Days of Fall - Extras - 3D Sunflower
center.svg (3) 2.658 x 2.134 h brown
petals1.svg (3) 2.658 x 2.667 h yellow
petals2.svg (3) 2.658 x 2.655 h yellow
Ryan's Play Date - Name Decor
box_short.svg 5.851 x 1.008 h blue
box_tall.svg 5.344 x 1.077 h blue
Letters - W, E, E bottoms 0.943 x 1.077 h orange
Letters - L, C, O, M bottoms 0.943 x 0.985 h orange
Autumn Cuddly Friends - Scarecrow
burlap.svg 3.525 x 7.844 h light beige
dark brown.svg 4.582 x 7.844 h pattern paper
black.svg 1.005 x 7.844 h black
red.svg 1.896 x 7.844 h pattern paper
shirt.svg 3.716 x 7.844 h pattern paper
straw.svg 4.582 x 7.844 h yellow
Freebie - Cornstalk
1.808 x 6.042 h yellow
Freebie Eyes
Scarecrow Eyes.svg 2.243 x 1.467 h Print 2 Cut Print

Instructions

  1. Cut out crate board pieces and assemble.
  2. Glue each board together tightly to form a frame, set aside.
  3. Note: Steps 4-6 can be skipped by using the SVG included in the Frame Top SVG download from above.
  4. Ungroup the crate optional pieces and align to make a frame, the bottom one needs to go down about .09375 more to compensate for the boards being glued together. (Uncheck keep proportions on the two side ones and moved them up and then size down so when you Path and Union there are no seams).
  5. Make two rectangles one .3 x 8.25 and the other .3 x 5.5 and form a t centering them and grouping.
  6. Now center the t you just formed with the frame, Path and Union, should measure 7.917 x 10.739 when done.
  7. Glue the top frame you just created to the crate boards, (I glued two of the frame pieces together to make it sturdier, then glued on top of the crate boards).
  8. After I sized the scarecrow pieces I broke them apart and disregarded the pieces I didn’t need. I used the head, hat, hair, nose, mouth, one arm, sleeve and bandana.
  9. I did a print 2 cut for the scarecrow’s head and eyes. Make the head white or select Print2Cut Cut and for the eyes select print2cut Print in the select line type. (Or use the eyes that come with the scarecrow they’re adorable too).
  10. I cut raffia and glued it to the hair and arm of the scarecrow and then layered the hat and sleeve on top. I glue the rest of the pieces together.
  11. Glue the scarecrow on the back of the frame.
  12. Assemble the rest of the cutting files and place on frame.
  13. To hang the window poke holes on both sides for your wire.

Design Tips

Brigit - SVGCuts Design Team Artist

  • I used glimmer mist on many of my pieces to give it that uneven natural look with a little bit of sparkle.
  • Hot glue is great for a quick and strong hold; I used it to glue the crate boards together.
  • For most of my print 2 cuts I use white cardstock and then color with ProMarkers.
  • The blocks for the letters are small so take your time gluing them together.
  • I fringed wide raffia ribbon for the hair, hands and cornstalk ribbon.
  • 20 gauge floral stem wire works very good for wall hangings, you can bend it easily but it holds its shape very well.

Hope you enjoy this window wall hanging and get a chance to create one just like it or with your own twist! Maybe a cute little ghost for Halloween or Santa peeking in the window seeing who is naughty or nice! Have fun with it!!

 


6 Responses to “Fall Window Wall Hanging by Brigit Mann”

  1. Misty September 20, 2012 at 3:29 pm #

    Oh my Gosh, Brigit! That’s simply adorable! You are so talented and creative with all of Mary’s files. I love it and want to make one too. Thanks for sharing and happy crafting.

  2. Cindy September 20, 2012 at 5:10 pm #

    I love this idea! I’m going to have to give it a try!

  3. Valerie September 20, 2012 at 10:11 pm #

    This is too cute!! I may try this. Thanks for sharing

  4. lois paulo October 11, 2012 at 12:33 pm #

    love this and wonder if there is a better explaination on doing the window pane front panel. i am having a hard time understanding the jest of this.
    lois

    • SVGCuts October 11, 2012 at 12:42 pm #

      You can always skip that part and just download the completed front panel.

  5. Jennifer Smith January 18, 2013 at 7:11 pm #

    omg I soooooooooooo wanna make this but switch it up for christmas I can’t believe in jan i’m thinking of christmas for this year already LOL