I have been seeing these pennant banners all over Pinterest lately and I love them! They are so cute for everything from wedding and party decor to a cute banner on the wall of your room. Lots of people make them using paint but that can be really messy and difficult to get the letters to look nice… or maybe that’s just me? That being said, custom pennant banners are a perfect candidate for transfer paper! No mess and no need to worry about hand painted letters! Lets get to it!
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Blank banner. These are all over the place! I found mine at Hobby Lobby but I have also seen them at Target and Joanns.
- NuFun Activities Light Fabric Transfer Paper
- Inkjet printer
- First plan out your design. My banner came with 12 pennants but I only needed 11 for my design, so I just pulled one off the end of the string. I made this banner for my fun friends Tara and Mike who are getting married this upcoming fall! The wedding should be a blast!
- Print your design. Remember to mirror your letters and graphics before you print them! Mine took five sheets to be able to print nice big letters for all 11 pennants.
- Cut down your transfers around the letters and design.
- Iron on each of the pennants according to the instructions.
- Peel the paper away from the transfer while it is still hot. If there are any parts where the transfer didn’t stick all the way, lay the transfer back down and continue to iron. Because the burlap is such a course material, it sometimes takes extra heat to get a clean transfer!
- Hang up your banner and enjoy the party!You can find all of NuFun Activities unique transfer papers on Amazon!