Miss to Mrs Banner {DIY}

How to make your own Miss to Mrs Banner {Bunting}

 

Banners {Buntings} are very popular for parties and showers and while I was planning my daughters Bridal shower my daughter said she would like one for her shower and I decided then and there she was going to have one but they can be kinda pricey so I set out to make my own.

It cost me only $4 dollars to make my bunting! Here’s how…

 

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Here’s how I did it, cheap and easy just the way I like it.

  • I designed the bunting using picmonkey, I used the 4×6 templateĀ and saved my works of art on my computer.
  • Then I uploaded my artwork to Walmart Photo Studio and had them printed out of 15 cents per print for 4x 6 for 1 hour.(if you plan ahead you can order your prints and have them delivered for 9 cents per print for 4×6)

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  • Just punch two holes at the top to weave your ribbon through. I used the shear ribbon with wire, it will help hold the cards in place.
  • Lay out the cards in the correct order and weave the ribbon through the holes. Be sure to leave extra ribbon at both ends so that you can hang your bunting.
  • I also attached two bows at both ends

Now that’s what I call EASY! I Love how it turned out and I will using it this weekend :-)

 

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Comments

  1. Great idea! I was really bummed since I haven’t been able to find this type of banner at Party City and Michaels. Now I am glad that they didn’t have them because yours is much nicer. I can’t wait to make and display this at my Sister’s Bridal Shower! :)

    THANKS!

  2. I had no idea you could print pictures to wal-mart. Yeah, I live under a rock lol. Thanks for the great tips here! Congrats to your daughter, may she have a zillion years of happiness!
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    • It’s a lot cheaper and easier to let wal-mart print them out, not to mention great quality. Thanks for stopping by :)

  3. Don’t you just love using picmonkey. I wouldn’t of thought of designing a bunting on there. That’s a great. I’ll be sharing your post tomorrow! Be sure to grab a featured button and link up again if you like. Theresa
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  4. This makes it so simple! You’re very creative! I’m glad I found you on the blog hop…. I’m tagging along and can’t wait to read more. Hoping you’ll stop by and say hi sometime. :) http://wanderlust-wishlist.blogspot.com/

    • Karen it was so easy to make. It turned out great and the grooms side will be using it for the shower their throwing too :)

  5. This is great! I would love it if you would share it our Friday Favorites Link Party! http://acowboylife.blogspot.com/2014/02/friday-favorites-link-party_27.html

    • Thanks for stopping by a cow boys life. I’m working on my parties I Love page & I will be sure to share your button. :)

  6. This looks wonderful!

    I’d love to have you join me at Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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