Turn your paper scraps into this cute DIY Paper Pennant Halloween Banner!？ It’；s a great last-minute Halloween craft project!
I was looking for some fun last minute Halloween decorations last night and thought I’；d make up this easy Halloween Banner. I’；m about to mail a care package off to my college girl and wanted to throw in a little something handmade.personalised mothers day gifts
It only took about an hour to make. You could leave it simple or customize it a bit more if you like.
Note：？For this project， you will need an e-cutter machine. I use a Cricut Maker. To read more about the Cricut Maker –； click here
To create the pieces for the banner，？I looked through the Cricut Design space until I found a shape that I liked. I then copied the image and flipped it along the edge that I wanted to fold.
I then selected both images and clicked WELD. It made one large piecefrench linen cushion covers， ready to cut out.
After you’；ve made your image， go ahead and cut out the image from double-sided cardstock.
I ended up cutting out 4 sheets of double-sided print cardstock. That way I had two different prints to choose from for each banner piece.
Tip： You can cut out more than one shape on your cardstock. For variety， I cut out both “；flags”； and “；triangles”；
To make the banner， just fold the banner piece in half and glue to a piece of twine.
I added larger pennant pieces to mix it up a bit and few stickers.
Easy peasy and you’；ve still got time to make one before Halloween!!
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