- DIY Highchair Banner
My little man is going to turn "1". HOW IN THE WORLD IS THIS HAPPENING!! I be in dismay you all. It truly feels like just yesterday he was getting back home from the medical clinic in his crisp blue onesie encountering the world just because! Presently I wind up arranging a first birthday celebration party. The list if people to attend is made, the solicitations are printed and prepared to be sent, and the DIY tasks have begun. For me, I cherish investing the energy and adding the extraordinary contacts to occasions that I made myself, it brings me so much bliss! …Also, a little DIY never hurt no one! So let me let you know, I found these baby chair pennants online for a normal of presumably $40. In the event that you can discover your provisions for half off or at a limited value you can without much of a stretch make this for around $20. I thoroughly would've paid somebody that $40, yet it looked excessively simple! So off to Hobby Lobby I went and they had completely all that I required. Diy High Chair Banner.
- Sturdy String
- 1 sheet or square of felt
- Ribbon/Fabric of your decision (I had 8 unique examples)
- Felt Letters/Numbers
- Hot Glue Gun
- Theme Decoration (mine was a young doggie)
To begin with, take your paste weapon and get that terrible kid connected. Trim the proper measure of string that you have to cover your infant chair. (I gave myself some additional length in the event that something goes wrong).
At that point, take your sheet of felt. My felt square was a 9x12…They were $0.33 each so I purchased 2 just in the event that I wrecked one. Locate the center of your string and heated glue the felt to the string. Next, place your felt numbers/letters and themed enrichment on the felt sheet in the manner looks great to you! You do you boo! Diy High Chair Banner.
When your felt is a great idea to go and set up, it's a great opportunity to cut your strip as well as texture! Pick the lace you like best for your themed gathering. Tip: Pick various widths of lace to give it a progressively finished and more full look. When you have cut everything up into strips, start setting them onto the string. You can put in them in a specific request, or on the off chance that you aren't OCD such as myself, simply tossed them on the string arbitrarily. I won't judge you…on the outside at any rate! Cut the strips into anyway long you need and don't hesitate to cut various lengths also. At that point, It's as straightforward as tying the lace and texture onto the string you all. Diy High Chair Banner.
BAM! Time to go demonstrate this off in light of the fact that you're a master! Go get your gathering on and now you have gloating rights to an astonishing looking pennant!