Friday, October 3, 2014

Super Easy DIY Fall Banner

Burlap comes with some beautiful printed patterns.
When I saw this leaf patterned burlap at JoAnn's,
I knew it would make a great banner for Fall.

I made a template using card stock. 

I used a Sharpie to trace around the card stock on the back side of the burlap. Then I cut along the lines.

I overlapped the top corners of each section of burlap and stapled them together. I put 2 staples forming an X.

I stapled a burlap ribbon to each end.

Finally, I covered the staples by using E6000
to glue orange buttons over the staples.


It doesn't get any easier than that!



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12 comments:

  1. What a beautiful banner! You are right...couldn't be easier!

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  2. What a really great idea and never in a zillion years would I have had the common sense to use the stapler and make life easier on myself!
    Thank you!!
    Yours looks lovely!

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  3. I think it's been too long since I've been to the craft store -- I have not seen PRINTED burlap before! Your banner is so cute and yet so simple to make. I'm pinning this -- I love banners!

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  4. Love your banner, so easy and so pretty. Love the leaves on banner. Will be few days before I have money to buy the burlap at Joann's so think I'll find one of my leaf rubber stamps to put my own leaves on burlap, make the banner. Or I have lots of faux leaves I've made and some from $tree so maybe I'll use them to glue on and then glue on buttons on them. Won't be quite like yours but you've sure inspired me. Making do won't be so bad. Glad I clicked on your post. Happy Fall, love your banner.
    Joann's has some great printed burlap don't they? HL has some but not like Joann's.

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  5. Haven't seen this style before. Very pretty! I would love if you come link up tomorrow on the Monday party!
    Xo
    Isabelle
    www.lechateaudesfleurs.com

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  6. love it very fall but not scary great job
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  7. I like that banner, the buttons are a cute little accent too! Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog! Your prayers and support mean so much to me!

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  8. Really cute. Love the buttons to hide the staples. Thanks for linking up at Show Me Saturday. Hope to see you there again this week!

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  9. It is easy and soooo adorable! Those little buttons are too cute!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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