“Happy Halloween” Burlap Banner

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Bren of BrenDid loves adding a seasonal banner to her mantel or porch but hates paying full price for one! Fortunately, with a little creativity and paint, Bren made a beautiful burlap banner inspired by Pottery Barn at a fraction of the cost. You can also recreate this project with a FREE printable pattern that […Read More]

Patriotic Denim Banner from Old Jeans

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Do you have some worn out jeans in your closet or dresser? Susan from Between Naps on the Porch shares a couple of great ideas for repurposing them into décor for your home. Susan turned the pockets into adorable utensil holders for her Fourth of July table and also created a Pottery Barn-inspired stars and stripes banner. While Susan’s no-sew banner is perfect for  patriotic holidays, like Flag Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, and Veteran’s Day, you could use her tutorial to create a party banner for any occasion.

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Patriotic Bunting Medallion

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To kick off her favorite season, Deb from Lake Girl Paints created a canvas bunting that’s full of patriotic flair. And let me just say that she definitely did not skimp on the details! After painting on stripes and chevron, Deb tea-stained the canvas for an aged-look, top-stitched her stripes, and even added a grommet […Read More]

Paper Triangle Garland

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Kristen from Inspired Whims loved a festive triangle garland the second she saw it pop up on West Elm’s after Christmas sale, but it sold out almost instantly.  She knew it would make a great addition to her daughter’s big girl room year-round and made her own by sewing together paper triangles. Here’s from Kristen, “I love my version… because it’s much more custom to my little gal’s room!  And, I didn’t pay $20 for it!! (only about $6)”

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Paper Flag Banner

Heather from Crafting the Night Away was inspired by a pennant banner hanging in a Pottery Barn Kid’s store to make a replica for her daughter’s room. It only requires patterned paper and ribbon, so you could get away with a pretty low bill if you’ve got the supplies on hand. I love the little […Read More]