How To Make A Glitter Letter Banner

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Glitter letter banners are my favorite craft! I can create any message and then display it as a vibrant piece of party or room décor. I even sold them for a couple of months on my online shop. Glitter letter banners are easier to create than some may think. That’s why today’s tutorial is all about how to make one! Keep reading for all of the glittery details.

How To Make A Glitter Letter Banner

Supplies

  • Glitter paper
  • Alphabet stencil
  • Twine
  • X-acto knife or scissors
  • Hole punch
  • Pencil

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Instructions

Choose a message to display with the glitter banner.

Flip the glitter paper over and trace the message onto it with the letters flipped backwards.

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Cut the letters from the paper with the X-acto knife or scissors.

Punch two holes at the top of each letter. I used a leather hole punch to get small holes.

glitter letter

Cut at least 54” of twine and string the letters onto it before hanging your banner!

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