Easy Peasy DIY Banner Garland – No Sewing And No Template Required!

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I am sharing a very easy tutorial on how to make a banner garland, that will save you time!

If I had thought of this method for creating a diy banner garland before now, I would have been a banner garland making diva all along!  I would have been churning out banners for every single season, holiday and fun get together.  No sewing, no template using, no shape cutting required.  Perfect for my simple craft loving self.

The one that I’m sharing with you today is obviously for July 4th {or anytime you’re feeling patriotic}, but by simply changing out the ribbons, you can create one for any holiday occasion or season.  I chose to give my garland a farmhouse vibe, so that it would fit in with the rest of my decor, by using ribbon that has an antiqued appearance.

How to make a super quick and easy diy banner garland. Simply change out the ribbons for any occasion or season.

In fact, it’s so simple to do, that it really isn’t necessary for me to give you a tutorial.  You can probably tell how I made it just by look at the photos, but here’s a little explanation.  Scroll down for the supply list

Ok – here we go…

Step 1: Determine the length of the garland banner that you want and cut a piece of jute twine to the needed length.  Tie a small loop at each end to aid in hanging the garland.

Step 2: Cut enough 12″ lengths of both patterns of the 2 1/2″ wide ribbons to fill up the length of jute twine that you cut.  Cut the ribbon straight across.

Red, white and blue banner.

Step 3: Alternating patterns as you go, fold each cut piece of the wide ribbon in half, over the twine.  Secure with a small dot of hot glue in the bottom corner of each folded ribbon piece.

Step 4: Cut 4″ lengths of the 3/8″ wide ribbon.  Tie a cut piece of the ribbon in between each of the wide ribbon pieces.

The red, white and blue fabric banner.

And that my friend is it!  Hang your DIY garland banner for all to enjoy!

The banner hanging up with a potted flower plant in front of it.

SUPPLIES:  

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Jute Twine

2 patterns of 2/12″ wide wired ribbon – the number of rolls of ribbon will depend upon the length of the finished banner garland

1 pattern of 3/8″ wide non-wired ribbon – the number of rolls of ribbon will depend upon the length of the finished banner garland

Craft Scissors

12″ Ruler

Hot Glue Gun

Glue Sticks

Pin It For Later! How to make a super quick and easy garland banner for any season poster.

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Easy and fun patriotic craft graphic.

 

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28 Comments

  1. That is just darling Suzy! I may need to make one in school colors for the send off party we host in July.

    1. That’s a great idea, Lauren!

  2. Karen Robbins says:

    I love this banner and the fact that it is so easy to make. I’ve added the supplies needed to my list already. thanks so much. Thanks also for the opportunity to win a gift card.

    1. So glad you like it, Karen! Hope you have fun making one of your own. If you haven’t already, be sure to leave your comment on the giftcard giveaway post and click on the Rafflecopter button to be officially entered. Have a great weekend!

  3. Love this easy patriotic banner Suzy! I have pinned and will be sharing this as well. I always love the things you have to share. If you have time please stop by the Thursday Favorite Things Link Partyand share with us there! I love to have DIY projects shared there!

    1. Thank you so much, Debi!

    1. Thank you and thanks for sharing!

    1. Thank you, Helen! I”m all linked up to your party.

  4. So many fun ways to celebrate, I love how easy your banner was. The little banner in the miniature garden is cute too.
    Thanks for stopping by #OMHGWW this week to share!
    Have a wonderful week!

  5. Oh my goodness, you are right! I had never thought of this, and it is so perfect and so simple! I know one of these is in my future…hmmm, probably too late for Fourth of July for me, but Fall, Halloween and Christmas ideas for a banner are swimming around in my head! Your banner/garland is adorable! I am pinning this and would love it if you would stop by and share it at the Celebrate Your Story! link party! We would love to have you join us! Here is the link if you have a minute: http://celebrateanddecorate.com/celebrate-story-30/

    1. Hi Chloe. That’s exactly what I was thinking – so quick and easy that it would be good for any time of year! I’m all linked up to your party.

  6. What a great idea for a simple banner that you can reuse for different holidays. I really like the farmhouse look too. Thanks for sharing with #FamilyJoy Blog Link-Up Party! 🙂

  7. Oh this is gorgeous! Well done!

    Thanks for sharing (and for linking up to the #SHINEbloghop).

    Wishing you a lovely day.
    xoxo

  8. I was impressed with how easy this is and so cute, too! Thanks for bringing these to Throwback Thursday!

    Mollie

  9. This banner is adorable, thanks for sharing it with us at Totally Terrific Tuesday, pinned it! We would love to have you back linking up with us again this week!

  10. Thank you for sharing this easy design! I used pieces of burlap that I painted and cut. It’s really important to have those tied ribbons in between. Not only does this make it look prettier, but it also holds the pieces and keeps them from bunching up on one end or the other. Thanks again!

  11. Jealous over this. It’s really really nice.Thanks for sharing

  12. Bernadette says:

    You’ve outdone yourself with this craft. Best ever. Great share. Thanks Suzy.