- Make the Shape of a Simple Pennant Banner
Scrapbooking With Banners
Pennants are hot in scrapbooking. You can utilize them as a fringe over your scrapbook page or even as a scrapbook page title. The flag appeared on this example scrapbook page holds sticker letters that illuminate the title "Scout Camp." The free design for these flags is structured with the goal that every triangle fits snuggly inside the others, making following and cutting each piece fast and simple. The papers and sticker letters utilized on this format are from the Pyrus Collection by BasicGrey. This well ordered article incorporates a free example and guidelines to kick you off adding these fun flag standards to your scrapbook pages. How To Make a Pennant Banner.
Free Printable Pennant Pattern
Reorder this standard format into a word report or download the picture. In the event that you need to resize it, ensure that you just modify the picture utilizing a corner with the goal that you don't misshape the shape when you change the size. Presently you are prepared to print the example. We print our examples on white cardstock with the goal that we can remove them and use them to follow around on whatever designed papers that we wish to utilize. Keep perusing this well ordered article for thoughts regarding utilizing this free scrapbook design for flags with flags.
Cut out and Trace the Pennant Pattern
To start, we printed the free flag design in three sizes with the goal that we could remove them and give them a shot the scrapbook page to perceive what size would work best. At last, we picked the littlest one which enabled me to get 9 shapes over a 8 1/2 x 11-inch scrapbook page. For the remainder of the means you will require: a pen to follow shapes, sharp scissors to remove the pieces, DMC floss or other fiber or string, and cement. How To Make a Pennant Banner.
Put the Pennants on Cardstock
When you have printed the free design on cardstock and cut it out, you can utilize it to painstakingly follow the shape again and again on the back of cardstock or printed paper. As should be obvious, the shape is structured with the goal that it fits snuggly alongside each followed shape enabling you to home sorts out. Follow the same number of flag shapes as required on at least one shades of cardstock or paper. For the example scrapbook page, we exchanged two diverse paper plans.
Cut out Your Pennants
Presently the time has come to remove the pieces. On the off chance that you followed the flag all firmly together you will most likely remove them rapidly utilizing scissors or even a paper trimmer to cut straight lines as appeared in this photograph.
Crease Your Pennants
Presently you will need to crease every flag shape all around flawlessly on over the top with the goal that the tab folds to the back. To get a pleasant fresh overlap, you may need to painstakingly score the line first. We utilized a scoring edge on my paper trimmer to score a line over every flag and after that the collapsing with brisk and flawless. How To Make a Pennant Banner.
String Your Pennants Together
The last advance is to put glue on the collapsed tab and crease every flag over the highest point of a bit of DMC floss. You will need to pull the floss pleasant and tight over the overlay on the flag shape with the goal that the floss is at the highest point of each banner. To follow the finished flag to your scrapbook page, you might need to include a bit of twofold sided froth sticky tape to the back of each piece. This will give you standard a little lift and add measurement to your scrapbook page design.