Give Thanks Banner

3 Materials
$1
10 Minutes
Easy
Whip up a quick and versatile banner for fall with a few letters and a ribbon. It's a cheap, easy and elegant addition to your home. Plus, since the letters are small, it can be used in many different ways.
I'm a big fan of banners. I think they're a quick and easy way to add a bit of seasonal flair. They can be made with just about anything from puzzle pieces and scrap fabric to crocheted pot holders and for every season.


This easy lettered banner can be customized for any occasion you choose. I made mine for fall. I started with a pack of letters from the dollar bin at the craft store.
I fished out the letters I needed to say, GIVE THANKS. It's a favorite saying of mine and I have used it in a variety of holiday crafts, including a free printable and a framed embroidered piece.


I hot glued my letters on to a gold string, but you could use any ribbon or twine that suits you.
When the banner was done, I just hung it up! It's small enough that I was able to use it in a variety of ways. I hung it on my kitchen hood and on a wreath, too.
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Suggested materials:
  • Letters
  • String or Ribbon
  • Glue Gun
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