Fall Pennant Banner

Inspired by Alderberry Hill and this photo linked up to the Mique’s Pity Party
I created my own twist on a little Fall decor. Thanks Sarah!!
A pennant banner is a quick and simple way to dress up any space!!
And I mean like 20 minutes quick…so get to work :)
I LOVE how it looks on this old window.
First, cut your triangles. 
To do this, I drew out a 7 x 7 square for these. 
Then I marked the middle of the bottom line (3.5″) with a dot. 
Finally, draw a line from each of the top corners diagonally to the marked middle at the bottom.
You will also need 4 strips of coordinating paper each cut to 1×7″.
After attaching the strips to the triangles, 
I painted a few wooden letters dark brown and glued them to inverted cupcake liners. 
Elmer also helped me fasten the liners to the pennant. 

Finally, punch a few holes & thread through the twine.
And there you have it! 
Linking up to these always AMAZING parties.

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