Sew OR No Sew Banner TUTORIAL

happy friday!! guess what….i have a double whammy coming your way. a new tutorial AND the new November craft kits for the Monthly Craft Kit Club!

decorated fall door

isn’t Cara’s front door awesome?? i love how she used the Harvest Banner paired with pumpkins and a chalk board message board. looks fabulous!

what i love about the Harvest Banner craft kit that Cara and i created is:

  1. its perfect for sewers AND non-sewers alike. and it turns out looking the exact same either way you do it.
  2. takes like 10 minutes to complete whichever way you do it.
  3. the banner goes anywhere! your front door, the mantel, entry way, stairs, or draped across shutters
  4. snazzy, one-of-a-kind striped bias tape totally makes this banner pop

autumn banner

this is my Harvest Mantel {more details about projects pictured above to come next week}

Harvest Banner TUTORIAL {sew OR no-sew instructions} fall bunting kit

supplies: 90″ double fold bias tape, 16- 4″x6″ triangle pennants {both are included in the Harvest Banner kit}

sewing: thread and sewing machine

non-sewing: hot glue gun

No Sew Directions

easy no sew fabric banner

Sewing Directions

simple sew banner

so easy! such a great little banner to decorate for Thanksgiving and fall.

Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When I'm not DIYing something, I can be found taxiing around our 4 crazy kids or working out. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥

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  1. 1

    Goodness! You read my mind! I’ve been needing to make a Thanksgiving banner for well…Thanksgiving. I’m hosting this year. And a Christmas banner for taking Christmas card pics!

  2. 2

    ooh, I would’ve never thought to use bias tape (instead of ribbon) or felt (instead of paper/fabric)! Thanks for the ideas and for tweeting my monSTAR party ;)

  3. 3

    I love love love this …its so adorable…it would look adorable over my entertainment center!! Might just have to get one!

  4. 4

    WOW that front door is salivating-worthy!! I LOVE it!!

  5. 5

    Linda, that front porch is beautiful! Thanks for the banner tutorial.

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  7. 6

    I have all the materials set for my daughter to make this this weekend! I just love the banner…thanks for such great ideas! If I get a chance, I will post a photo of our finished banner to your Facebook page…I wish I had a front door that looks as great as yours. I think we will string ours above our fireplace. Thanks again–I always look forward to your posts!

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