Floral Birthday Banner
- Floral Birthday Banner (download here)
- Twine, ribbon, or string
- First, print of our beautiful Floral Birthday Bunting, and cut out each triangle.
- Lay out each triangle, and measure how much ribbon or string you’ll need.
- Tape bunting onto the ribbon or string.
- And finally, hang and make someone’s (birth)day! 😉
Another option would be to sew each triangle onto your ribbon to make it a little bit more sturdier. You could also shrink the files down, and now you have a gorgeous birthday cake topper! Just drape it between 2 kabob sticks!
This kit is 8 colorful pages that include: 2 plain floral + stripes triangles, the letters HAPPY BIRTHDAY on their own individual triangles, and then one plain triangle so you can fill in your own number, letters, etc. Just print off as many as you need!
CLICK HERE to download our Floral Birthday Banner!
This Birthday Bunting is sure to make that special gal’s day!
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I can't stop making these! Every member in my family wants one! My latest: http://acraftyescape.blogspot.com/2010/03/construction-theme-birthday-banner.html
LOVE this and had to make a Valentine's one. Linked back to you- thanks for the inspiration.
~ Pati @ A Crafty Escape
Each flag is about 6 inches wide (at the top) and 11 inches long.
Quick question…can you give me a rough measurement of a flag? I'm new at this and not sure how much material to buy. I am famous for over-buying!!! Thank you! Love the idea!
love fabric banners!
I love this, thank you for sharing. I hope you and your family have a MERRY CHRISTMAS
Love it!! These are my favorite! I think they are going to be birthday gifts to friends this year. I made one similar to this for Brayden's birthday and have loved it. Wouldn't it be a fun gift to people on their birthday! 🙂
I've been seeing these everywhere and didn't realize they were so easy. Thanks for the tutorial! I don't have a sewing machine, so I imagine I could use more fusible web to attach the triangles to the bias tape?
that is a great banner!
Great tutorial, and wonderful banner. Love the colors/fabrics you used! And how awesome that you have family to craft with 🙂
Thanks for linking to Mi4M!
Thanks so much for the fun tutorial! I have been wanting to make one of these and now I think I can! Have a Merry Christmas!!