Are you wondering how to make a banner? There are so many possibilities – get 20 ideas that are perfect for your home or next party!
Skills Required: None. One thing I love about banners . . . they are so easy to make. None of these projects require any prior crafting experience.
If you want to make a banner, you’ve come to the right place! Around here we absolutely love making garlands – for every occasion, and whenever possible (learn how to make a banner from scratch here!).
With warmer weather right around the corner, summer holidays, and birthday and pool parties upcoming I figured it was time to share 20 ways to make a bunting that you can enjoy as well.
There are so many ways to do it . . . these are 20 of my favorites! There’s a little bit of something for everyone here, in a variety of styles.
If you love garlands, you’ve come to the right place. Visit these projects from my friends below to get inspired. Then let me know which one you like the best in the comments!
How to Make a Banner
- Paper Garland DIY from itallstartedwithpaint.com
- Make a Statement from drawntodiy.com
- Building Block Birthday Party Banner from linesacross.com
- DIY Fringe Bunting And Birthday Giveaway from persialou.com
- Paper Ice Cream Banner from bugaboocity.com
- DIY Pom Pom Garland from her-happy-home.com
- Flora And Fauna 1st Birthday Party from newblooming.com
- DIY Mini Fall Garlands Made From Felt from diycandy.com
- Minimal Thanksgiving Bunting from francoisetmoi.com
- Make a Fabric Banner for Any Occasion from modpodgerocksblog.com
- DIY Halloween from tellloveandparty.com
- Minecraft Creeper from simplisticallyliving.com
- How To Make A Reusable Chalkboard Pennant from blueistyleblog.com
- No Sew Fabric from brooklynberrydesigns.com
- Photo Frame from sugarbeecrafts.com
- DIY Glitter Garlands from dwellbeautiful.com
- Camp Banners from jacksandkate.com
- Simple, Rustic, and Patriotic from livelaughrowe.com
- Lucky Rainbow from iheartnaptime.net
- DIY Motivational Garland from fallfordiy.com
- Cardstock (in the color of your choice)
- Mod Podge
- Double-sided tape
- Ribbon, twine, or raffia
- Sponge brush
- Fold your 8.5″x11″ piece of cardstock in half and divide it into four equal pieces.
- Cut the paper into strips, leaving the folded edge intact.
- Using a piece of double-sided tape, attach the ribbon between the edges of the cardstock.
- Space the banner pieces evenly on the ribbon and secure.
- Coat the bottom half of each banner piece with a layer of Mod Podge. Sprinkle on some confetti, press down, and shake off the excess.
- Let your banner dry for an hour before hanging.
Would you try to make a banner? Let me know in the comments!