I have been having whipping up custom pennants for my husband's photo shoots lately. I pretty much see pennants/bunting everywhere these days, and I am honestly not tired of them yet! I think they are so versatile and pretty and are the perfect way to decorate for a wedding birthday party or simply a room in the house.
And all you need are a few scraps of fabric here and there to make them. I have repurposed denim for my boys' name pennants for their room, cut out felt for my"happy birthday" banner and even made a small fabric one for my vintage chalkboard.
My latest ones are made of repurposed leftover IKEA curtain fabric and some upholstery samples. (Anyone who has bought IKEA curtains knows they come extremely long and you always have to trim them down-glad I found new use for the fabric instead of just tossing it...IKEA would be so proud...)
Maybe you've made a few, maybe this will be your first time but they are so easy, I promise. And, they are no sew!
Here's what you'll need:
-Basically, you cut out one triangle and trace the rest from the first one, then cut out.
-Hot glue each one to a long piece of twine
-Use your permanent marker to stencil your letters
-Embellish by cutting out hearts, whatever and you're done!
Here is the "hugs and kisses" wedding pennant I made for one wedding photo shoot. (I think the newlyweds loved it!)
And here is the "vowed" pennant for this sweet couple.
There are so many ways to customize pennants and using a permanent marker instead of fabric paint makes them really fast and easy to make. I hope they never go out of style! Later on I'll show you a really cute one I made for a one year old photo shoot.
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