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DIY 4th of July Banner

Hey you guys!  Today I created a little 4th of July Banner.  With twenty minutes and a little red, white and blue fabric - you can create this cute decor item for summer. I actually saw a really cute patriotic banner at Pottery Barn and that served as my inspiration.  This is so easy to do.  Read on!

Hey you guys!  At present I created slightly 4th of July Banner.  With twenty minutes and slightly crimson, white and blue cloth – you may create this cute decor merchandise for summer season. I really noticed a extremely cute patriotic banner at Pottery Barn and that served as my inspiration.  This is very easy to do.  Learn on!

I not too long ago noticed this actually cute and festive 4th of July banner on Pottery Barn and immediately needed to try to recreate it!  You’ll be able to grasp these banners in your own home or outdoor (so long as it’s not raining).  It’s an effective way to embellish for 4th of July.  I’m at all times in search of simple, cheap however good wanting decor for the summer season holidays.

Final week I made these crimson gingham frayed napkins and I had some leftover cloth from that.  I suppose I’m feeling fairly patriotic with my DIYs these days.  I acquired this cotton star cloth from cloth.com.  It was not costly in any respect and I’ve a bunch leftover to make some cute outside pillows with it!  Clearly, probably the most superb factor can be to have crimson striped cloth however that is what I had and I’m all about making issues simple.  I like the best way it turned out too!

Actually, this banner took me 20 minutes.  I even ironed it on the finish.  The 20 minutes contains the ironing.

Hey you guys!  Today I created a little 4th of July Banner.  With twenty minutes and a little red, white and blue fabric - you can create this cute decor item for summer. I actually saw a really cute patriotic banner at Pottery Barn and that served as my inspiration.  This is so easy to do.  Read on!

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Hey you guys!  Today I created a little 4th of July Banner.  With twenty minutes and a little red, white and blue fabric - you can create this cute decor item for summer. I actually saw a really cute patriotic banner at Pottery Barn and that served as my inspiration.  This is so easy to do.  Read on!

Easy methods to Make your 4th of July Banner

  1.  Begin by chopping your cloth into little triangles.  If you happen to fold the material a number of instances, you may reduce a number of triangles without delay saving you valuable time. You should use pinking shears for the chopping half if you’re afraid of fraying.  I like the country, tattered look so I simply used my plain ol’ scissors.  I used one of many triangles as a information to chop the remainder so that they have been all comparatively the identical measurement.  Are they good triangles?  No.
  2. I took my jute twine and threaded it by a big, blunt eye needle.
  3. Then I simply sewed by every triangle, creating a protracted banner of crimson and white patriotic goodness.
  4. You can also make this as lengthy or as brief as you need.  You can also make many banners and put them throughout your own home!
  5. Tie every finish with little knots so the material triangles don’t slip off.
  6. My triangles have been wanting slightly wrinkly, so I ironed them slightly once I was achieved.  I believed – hmmm, guess I may have ironed the material earlier than I even began chopping.  🙂
  7. You’re achieved!

 

Hey you guys!  Today I created a little 4th of July Banner.  With twenty minutes and a little red, white and blue fabric - you can create this cute decor item for summer. I actually saw a really cute patriotic banner at Pottery Barn and that served as my inspiration.  This is so easy to do.  Read on!

I actually loooooove this!  I feel it turned out so cute and it value me virtually nothing!


Hey you guys!  Today I created a little 4th of July Banner.  With twenty minutes and a little red, white and blue fabric - you can create this cute decor item for summer. I actually saw a really cute patriotic banner at Pottery Barn and that served as my inspiration.  This is so easy to do.  Read on!

Now the enjoyable half.  Hanging your banner!  For the images right here, I simply used tape.  You should use command hooks too.  I particularly like this strung up on my entrance porch.  We now have our flag hanging and it simply feels very summery on the market.  Though there isn’t a furnishings there proper now, in order that kinda stinks.

Hey you guys!  Today I created a little 4th of July Banner.  With twenty minutes and a little red, white and blue fabric - you can create this cute decor item for summer. I actually saw a really cute patriotic banner at Pottery Barn and that served as my inspiration.  This is so easy to do.  Read on!

One factor I needed to notice…

If you’ll grasp this the place folks can see each side, simply ensure that each side of your cloth have the sample.  Not all of them do.  In the event that they don’t, you may glue or sew two items of material triangles collectively.


Hey you guys!  Today I created a little 4th of July Banner.  With twenty minutes and a little red, white and blue fabric - you can create this cute decor item for summer. I actually saw a really cute patriotic banner at Pottery Barn and that served as my inspiration.  This is so easy to do.  Read on!

These banners additionally look nice hung in your fences, strung out of your outside lights and displayed above your buffet desk or wherever you might be serving your meals.  Throw a couple of mini flags in there and name it achieved!

In addition they look type of dreamy hung haphazardly from timber.

Hey you guys!  Today I created a little 4th of July Banner.  With twenty minutes and a little red, white and blue fabric - you can create this cute decor item for summer. I actually saw a really cute patriotic banner at Pottery Barn and that served as my inspiration.  This is so easy to do.  Read on!

I hope this DIY put you guys in a summery temper.  Doesn’t this make you need to grill one thing and eat watermelon?  No?  Simply me?