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Super Easy No-Sew Pennant Banner

 A few of you asked about the pennant banner in yesterday's post about my wreath made from cupcake liners.

I originally made this banner last November for my oldest daughter's tea party birthday party.  It only took about 10 minutes to make and I have a feeling it will make an appearance at many girly birthday parties to come!

Here is my super simple, super imperfect way to make a pennant banner garland thingy.

You will need:
assorted fabric scraps
double sided craft tape
ribbon in the length you want your banner to be

Cut your triangles.  I cut my first one free hand and then use it as a template for all of the others.

Add a strip of double sided craft tape to the back of each triangle.

Remove paper off of the tape and stick the triangle to your length of ribbon.

Continue until your ribbon is full!  Now it should look something like this:

Of course, you don't have to use fabric scraps for this.  You could use scrapbook paper, book pages, anything you want!

I made one today using moss and burlap!

Is there anything more festive than a pennant banner?

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  1. I have a feeling that a pennant banner like this is going to be making an appearance at my daughter's bridal shower this spring. :)

  2. LOVE the moss and burlap pennant banner! Question... where did you find the moss?

  3. What a great idea. I'm making a banner for a baby shower that I'm hosting next week but planned to sew it. Not anymore! The burlap and moss version looks great.

  4. How cute! I love the bottom canvas and grass/moss one! Thank you for sharing!

    xo. -brittany

  5. WOW...How simple....I love banners and spend hours making them and sewing triangles....not any more though I will be tring your way next...Have a great week....Mandy

  6. Just beautiful! These handmade pennant banners are so much nicer than anything you could buy, and the time and love you put into them makes them very precious.

  7. great idea ive been searching for a "no-sew" way to make a banner. thanks for sharing

  8. love easy projects! I could totally see this hanging from a crib, too! Super cute!

  9. I love this...thanks for the tutorial!


  10. I've wanted to make one for ages but haven't had an occasion for it. I wonder if hubby would notice if I just put one up on the mantle for kicks...
    Thanks for sharing!

  11. Oh I love this idea. Looks like something the kids would be able to help me with. Might even make up plain coloured paper ones and have them decorate each with paint or stickers.

  12. Love it! I like to DIY my own props for photography so this was perfect! I am LOVING the moss/burlap one....though I have no idea where to find moss like that around where I live. :-)

  13. I have left over burlap (old coffee bean bag) and moss sheet (from JoAnn Fabric's) that I didn't know what to do with. Thank you for the terrific idea!

  14. The moss and burlap one is amazing!

  15. I like the banner but love the handmade backgammon board that plays along with the cute pendant theme! Wish I had somewhere to display things like that would so make one!


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