DIY Christmas Pennant Banner


Another Christmas DIY. Enjoy!


Scrapbook or colored paper
Hole puncher


Cut an isosceles triangle to make your pennants with. My triangle measures 8 ½” tall and 5 ½” wide with 9” long sides.


Trace the triangle onto your selected scrapbook paper. I was able to trace three pennants onto one sheet of scrapbook paper. I created twelve pennants in total.


Cut out your pennants. My pennants were flimsy, so I reinforced them by gluing matching card stock pennants to the back.


Punch two holes at the top of each pennant, one in each corner. Try to make the holes the same distance apart on each pennant.
Tip: I used my first hole-punched pennant as a guide for the remaining pennants. I placed that pennant on top of the others and punched holes through the open holes.


Cut enough ribbon to hold your pennants. Run the ribbon through the pennants’ holes. Tie loops at each end of the ribbon for hanging and you’re done!

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