Valentine Pennant Banner Tutorial

I love Valentines Day. Nothing crazy, just some flowers and chocolates and a yummy home cooked meal that we eat as a family.  I love the fact that it gives me an excuse to add little splashes of pink around the house too!

This little pennant banner was a lot of fun to make and it’s so cute!

~Valentine Pennant Banner Tutorial~

Head on over to Gaddie and Tood for the printable pink or blue alphabet letters.  She has a ton of other adorable and fun printable’s for personal use as well!

printable banner letters

Print them out, I used photo paper.

Grab ribbon, buttons, scrap paper whatever your heart desires.  The only thing I purchased was the Doilies for a dollar at the 99 cent store.

Start layering your paper and supplies adhering with hot glue.  Cut out your triangles and thread everything through the ribbon.

I thought it would look pretty up against the armoire we have sitting in our niche upstairs.  

An easy and inexpensive decoration, took about an hour!

~Thanks so much for stopping by today~

16 thoughts on “Valentine Pennant Banner Tutorial

  1. I have got to get me some little doily goodies! This turned out really cute Kristin. I like the look of the layered paper and the sweet little buttons. It’s a Qt for sure!! We celebrate V-day about the same as you ;)

  2. I love Valentine’s Day. Flowers, chocolates and a dinner spent together at home is what we do as well. I try to pop in pink wherever I can, too. I have a pink set of dishes that comes out once a year. That banner is so sweet Kristin! I like the pink buttons you’ve added.

  3. Hi! I downloaded two of the files but not the last one with banner letters (in pink) and now it is not possible anymore to download it. Do you have the file? could you please send it to me? On thursday is my daughter’s first birthday and I would like to print happy birthday in spanish with these letters but now I only have the files from letter A to letter P!!!

    would you be so kind and send me the last file from “q to z” to me by email?

    I would really appreciate it very much!
    Thanks! Nuria

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