Scottishbride showed us how she made her vintage carnival Save the Dates, and now she’s back to show us how to make a matching vintage carnival wedding banner.
Here are the seven really easy steps to make this vintage carnival wedding banner.
Things you will need:
- Thick paper
- Tea bags or water colors
- Heart template (or heart cookie cutter)
- Hole punch
Print the letters in your favorite vintage font on thick paper. Use teabags to stain the paper. Or use a wash of any colour of watercolour paint to go with your theme.
Use a cookie cutter to trace the heart shape for cutting.
Carefully cut out the letters.
Add glue to the back of the letters and stick them on to the centre of the heart.
Use a Sharpie marker to outline the hearts, just to make them pop.
Use a regular hole punch to punch two holes on the top of each heart.
Thread the hearts on to ribbon of any colour. Tip: Gluing the end of the ribbon together makes threading through the holes WAY easier!