28th Jun2011


Simple DIY Party Banner

by Dinah Wulf

Simple DIY Party Banner

I wanted to decorate the first space where my husband goes after work the minute he walks thru the door on his birthday. It’s the space where he sets down his keys and messenger bag, and then opens his mail everyday like clockwork. I decided to make some banners for him.

This DIY craft is very simple and takes little time.  Just print out the message in any font and size you wish. Cut out the words and use double sided tape to adhere the words onto decorative scrapbook paper. Next, hot glue the words onto ribbon and hang. If you choose, add some pictures as shown. For a more whimsical or feminine look, add Japanese Rice Paper Flowers.

I also included pictures of a similar butterfly themed first birthday party banner I did as well.  For this one, instead of glue, I used a sharp knife to cut slits into the sides to weave the ribbon through.  Simple, quick, cute, and thoughtful…

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Dinah Wulf
Dinah is a craft, home décor, & DIY Blogger for www.diyinspired.com, an eco-friendly site promoting repurposing through reinvention. She has a Master of Arts Degree in Speech Communication from California State University Fullerton. Formerly an educator at CSUF and business owner, she now is a full time writer, Curator for Style Me Pretty Living, 3M DIY Expert, and a member of Martha’s Circle. She has blogged for multiple websites including Fix.com, Earth 911, Home Made Simple, and Sprout Online and has been published in a few magazines and ebooks. Her website, DIY Inspired has been recognized by Mashable, Parenting.com, and Buzzfeed.
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