All DIY Projects

Do It Yourself Paper Pennant

 

Do It Yourself, or DIY, wedding projects allow you to create your own personalized favors and touches that can be applied in any way you can imagine on your special day, for a shower, a party or whenever. All you need are some basic items and a little creativity.

 

These Do It Yourself Paper Pennants are an easy way to add a personalized touch to your wedding or engagement photos. As we all know, pennants are all the rage and really do add a custom touch. Follow the easy instructions below and you will be on your way to having your very own, personalized Do It Yourself Paper Pennants. See more clever do-it-yourself wedding projects here.


1. Construction Paper in colors of choice
2. Scissors
3. Pencil
4. Hot glue gun and glue
5. Stencil you can print your own and make all numbers and letters to all shapes and sizes on your computer or you can purchase a stencil
6. Ribbon & Ruler
7. Craft Glue

1. Taking the construction paper in the color that you want the pennant to be, measure the top part of the pennant to be 7 inches across.

2. From the middle of the top of the pennant (3.5 inches), measure down 9 inches to make your point.

3. Connect each end of the top of the pennant to the point and then cut your pennant out.

4. Using your stencil, trace the letter or number onto your other color construction paper.

5. Once finished, cut out and glue down the number/letter to the middle of the pennant.

6. Take your ribbon and hot-glue along the top edges of the pennant. Continue to do the same with all others.

A special thanks to Hilton Pittman Photography and Viva La Event for this adorable wedding do-it-yourself project.

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  1. 0. Katie says:

    So cute! I love this, thanks! xo

  2. 0. Allie says:

    This is gorgeous. If I knew that I had enough time, I would make this for my best friend’s wedding. :)

  3. 0. Steph Seville says:

    Super cute! Gotta try this for my own wedding.

  4. 0. Liesl says:

    Loving this…especially since 9.29.12 is our wedding date! :)

    Liesl :)

  5. 0. bestweddingsites says:

    this is adorable – you could even use a cricut cutter for the numbers and hearts and then make mini ones too for a save the date banner that could be mailed to your guests

  6. 0. Naomi says:

    Ummm love this!!!!!

  7. 0. Norie Wah Day says:

    This is gorgeous! I would love to try and foil it in gold and see how it looks :)

  8. That’s a very cool banner design. It’s so easy to make too.

  9. 0. Michelle says:

    That’s my date!!! So cute.

  10. 0. Kris says:

    I’m going to make this, send pics when it’s done. Thanks for sharing this ladies!

  11. 0. millied says:

    my date :)

  12. 0. Leighann says:

    Super cute!! I’m making a few for my wedding (already made one that says Thank You), do you have a template for the “triangle” part (I’ve had a few & didn’t find any size I liked).

  13. 0. Laura says:

    I am making this to use for our engagement shoot! Thanks for my next project!

  14. 0. Carolyn Fisk says:

    I am interested in your DIY Paper Pennant. In addition to the wedding date, I was thinking of having white paper or dollie pennants flying in the yard all around the house i.e. 200 feet of paper triangle penants. Don’t know if you can help me but I would like to talk to someone. about this. Please send me a phone number so that I can call you. Thank you.
    Carolyn Fisk 703-798-1147.

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  19. 0. beverly girolomo says:

    I like that this favor can be personalized, cute for the bride special day!

  20. 0. Linda Armstrong says:

    Thank you for sharing your ideas for free. I live the banner idea for my daughter’s showers and wedding. That saved me some money.

  21. Thanks for the tute! I love the colours you chose! I think it would suit a Sports themed party! I love pennants!

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