Sunday, August 30, 2015

Wedding Banner

It is still summer, which is wedding season!


Wedding Bunting



My friend's daughter was getting married and asked me to make a bunting for her reception.  So I wanted to do a tutorial on how to make the bunting.




What you will need:
Felt
Fabric
Scrapbook paper
Banner pattern - enlarged and reduced so you have 3 different sizes
Material for letters if they are vinyl, printed or stenciled
Jute, yarn, or string
Hot glue
Double sided tape
Scissors

First I made the patterns, then used the largest one to cut out the felt pieces.



When cutting the felt piece, make sure to add about an inch to the end so you will be able to fold it over the string or whatever you are hanging it up with.



Next, use the next medium sized pattern and cut out the next layer.  I used a denim paper for mine, but fabric works just as well.



Then use the smallest pattern and cut out your last layer.  I used a fabric paper, but again, fabric would work just as well.



Next, fasten the layers together.  Hot glue works well on fabric, double sided tape works well on paper.  I found that glue was visible through the white fabric paper, so I used tape instead.




The add the letter on the top layer.  You can either buy or cut a vinyl letter, stencil a letter on the top layer, or print out a letter on the paper before you cut it.



Finally, turn the pieces over and glue the felt over the string, jute or yarn.



I made this one blue to match the wedding colors.

Just Married Bunting

I also made a welcome bunting using the same technique.

Welcome Bunting

What type of bunting would you make?


Thanks for stopping by!
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12 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing your beautiful wedding banner with Roses of Inspiration. And I just realized you have an Etsy shop! I am off to take a peek :) Hugs!

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  2. Lovely! I hope you will share at our party, too. #OMHGWW
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  3. Beautiful bunting. Here from Two Uses Tuesday.

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  4. Thank you so much for sharing this at Celebrate It! Blog Party! I just love the bunting! I am looking forward to trying this out for my fireplace mantle!

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  5. Awesome post! I would love to invite you to my new link party The Beautifully Creative Inspired. The party launched today and will continue every Fridays at 9AM eastern time on 5 BLOGS! It runs until Wednesday night :D Hope you can party with us!

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  6. I love a good banner creation! And your use of hot glue makes it so easy for anyone to do.

    I am co-hosting the #HomeMattersParty link party this month and would love to have you stop by for a visit. The door is open through Monday night. http://alaynascreations.co/2015/09/04/home-matters-linky-party-53/

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  7. Very cute Brenda. I love making banners! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  8. Love them all! thanks for the inspiring post.

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  9. Very classy! Thank you for sharing with us on the Art of Home-Making Mondays! :) Hope to see you this week!

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  10. Okay, I must admit: I might have a problem with banners - I love them! Thank you so much for the inspiration because, much like a party, I can find any excuse to make a banner. :)

    Thank you so much for linking up with us at the Thank Goodness It's Thursday party - hopefully, we'll see you tomorrow, Brenda.

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  12. I just love everything about it. Thanks a ton for sharing the tutorial. I am dying to make this for my daughter’s wedding ceremony. You know she’ll get married at the destination venues NYC. We are eagerly waiting for her wedding day!

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