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Making an Autumn Banner

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Banners are a fun way to decorate for an event, and can be made in a variety of ways. This page is about making an autumn banner.


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October 2, 2013

Add a handmade touch of fall to your home decor. This banner is simple to put together. All you need is fall theme cardstock, twine, and your favorite fall stickers.

Total Time: 45 mins.


  • Recollections Primary Pin Dot Cardstock- orange
  • Kraft and orange cardstock
  • 1/16 inch hole punch
  • double-sided adhesive, pop dot adhesive
  • baker's twine- brown and white
  • fall adhesive chipboard stickers
  • scissors
  • eraser
  • ruler

adhesive chipboard by: K&Company Johnny Yanok Fall Harvest Thanksgiving Adhesive Chipboard


  1. Cut 6 pieces 4 1/8 x 3 inches from orange cardstock and 6 pieces 2 5/8 x 3 3/4 inches from kraft cardstock; cut out flag shapes.
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  3. Use adhesive to attach kraft flags to each flag base.
  4. Print out the letters on orange cardstock and cut them by hand. I used the font Times New Roman, size 200, Effects: Outline. Use pop dots to adhere to each flag.
  5. Take the 1/16 inch hole punch, and punch two holes on each flags. Weave your twine through to make your hanging strands.
  6. Add adhesive chipboard stickers.
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October 19, 2016

With fabric scrapes you can make a fun banner for any season, party, etc. With my burlap samples and twine, this was easy and fast to put together. Here is my seasonal banner!


Total Time: 1 hour

Yield: 1


  • fabric
  • twine or ribbon
  • glue gun
  • craft paints
  • stencil


  1. With fabric cut a triangle approximately 8 inches. To make a fall banner you will need 4 triangles.
  2. Lay your twine or thin ribbon on the top edge of your banner about 1 inch down. Add a thin line of hot glue over your string and fold the top over. Make sure that you leave extra twine on the ends to attach or hang.
  3. Repeat this process, making them close together. It's OK if you have a gap between them.
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  5. After gluing together, flip over to finish side and stencil letters. You can add other stencil designs as you like.
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