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Easter Banner Craft Tutorial

Easter crafts don't come any prettier than this canvas, paper and ribbon banner decoration!

A blend of textures and fabric, it's a sweet way to celebrate the spring season.

While it will certainly make a statement and add a touch of brightness to your space, what's so great about this project is how simple it is to pull together and how you can create something so fabulous without spending a ton of money. All you need are a few basic supplies and a can-do attitude.

Follow our simple tutorial to replicate this "spring" banner or adapt your design to fit the occasion or season you're decorating for by picking out appropriately colored or patterned supplies.

  • Canvas Corp pennant shapes
  • Paper
  • Die cut letters
  • Hot glue
  • Ribbon

Step 1: Begin by making paper rosettes using 1-inch by 12-inch paper strips. Fold the paper accordion style every half an inch; use a scoring board to make this step easy to do and spaced evenly. Once the paper has been folded hot glue the ends together then apply glue to the center to create a rosette.

Step 2: Die cut or punch a circle to cover the rosettes center.

Step 3: Glue die cut letters on top of the circle then hot glue the rosette onto the pennant.

Step 4: Glue ribbon to the top of the pennant banners to hold them together then tie a bow on each end. 

More Easter Crafts:

You're basic marshmallow Peep gets an even more festive look with this easy tutorial. Craftily dipped and decorated, they make for the ultimate Easter treat anyone can help make!

For a less pastel look this Easter season, consider adopting a more natural design and consider crafting a few of these mini terrariums. They look chic and fabulous, but aren't hard to make at all!

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