Here are my top three Banner Tutorial picks:
Sew a pennant banner using fabric scraps. Make something special that you can pull out year after year with this simple sewing project.
Create an adorable no-sew fabric banner with small scraps. In a hurry? Whip up this no-sew banner with some fusible tape and an iron. This is a great project to use up tiny scraps of fabric and one the kids could help create.
Sew a paper bunting using up scrap paper or pages from old books. Recycle prints, old maps, music sheets and scrapbook paper into an fun banner that would look so cute in a bedroom or studio all year round!
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Impressive banners. I was very much happy to know about your project. Thanks for sharing these with us!ReplyDelete
Good design that expresses their content more attention to ecology and nature.ReplyDelete
Now I believe that simplicity is beauty. This only entails that there's always a meaning behind a simple art work.ReplyDelete
I'm impressed with the outcome of the banner's designs. It's simple yet very striking. A lot of artists will surely appreciate this kind of art work.ReplyDelete
The banner looks cool and full of art work. I would love to create my own banner design. An addition of a 3D technology on a banner will surely be very compelling to the eyes.ReplyDelete