Have you started decorating for Spring or Easter yet? I love this time of year when the earth seems to come back to life, bulbs start blooming, and I feel like adding some life back into the decor in my home as well. Does anyone else feel that way? I haven’t pulled out my Spring decor yet, but I did whip up this quick Simple Easter Banner. It’s such a fast project, it took me less than 30 minutes to make.
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Simple Easter Banner Supplies:
- Cricut Explore Air 2, Cricut Maker, or Cricut Joy (all with standard blade)
- StandardGrip Cutting Mat
- Kraft Cardstock
- Large White Buffalo Plaid
- Transfer Tape
- Baker’s Twine
- Jute Twine
- Glue Dots
- Blank Banner Shape #M3B484 in Design Space
- Bunny SVG’s
Once you have your supplies gathered, you are ready to start cutting. I shared the files I used for this project with you, but not the Cricut Design Space cut file. I did this for a couple of reasons. I can’t share projects when I’ve uploaded designs (bunnies) and since changing over to the offline version, I’ve had some challenges with people being able to open the Design Space Cut Files. I’m hoping for a resolution soon. Anyway, let me know if you have questions about these cut files. Cut the bunnies out of vinyl.
Then cut the banner shapes from the Kraft Cardstock.
Peel off of the mat once they are cut.
Weed the bunny designs.
Use transfer tape over the top of the bunnies, then smooth it out well with a vinyl squeegee. This kind of transfer tape works well for applying vinyl to cardstock. The cardstock doesn’t rip.
Once the bunnies have the transfer tape on them, cut them apart.
Place your bunnies onto the cardstock banner piece.
Peel off the transfer tape.
Grab your baker’s twine. You could use any color for this. I thought the pink would be fun. Tie it in a bow.
Grab your glue dots, then attach the bow to the bunnies.
Repeat until all of your banner pieces are finished.
Using the jute twine, string the banner shapes together into the banner, and you’re all done!
Now all that’s left to do if find the perfect place to hang your new Simple Easter Banner!
I hung mine up in my living room from the shelf where I always decorate for different holidays. It may just be the only Easter decor I get out, who knows. We’ll see.
The colors on this Simple Easter Banner are perfect to keep the Easter decor neutral!
Do you have the perfect place in your home for a Simple Easter Banner? If you’re looking for other Easter ideas, check them out here!
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