Thanksgiving decorations are few and far between. Everyone remember to decorate for Halloween and then for Christmas, but decorating for the Vintage Thanksgiving Card Banner can sometimes be forgotten. A few days earlier, you put your Halloween decorations and started decorations for Thanksgiving. Maybe, you don’t have a ton of Thanksgiving but you love this DIY vintage Thanksgiving card banner.  

This DIY card banner is made from vintage Thanksgiving cards and is a mixture of ones you had and found online. It is ideal to find an online fabric store to buy fabrics, chair covers, tablecloths, flower petals, and stain ribbons at wholesale prices. This DIY project is easy to make and come together quickly. Below is the instruction that will help you to make this card banner.  

Supplies Needed for Vintage Thanksgiving Card Banner: 

  • Vintage Thanksgiving Banner Template 
  • Cream or white card stock 
  • Printed vintage Thanksgiving cards  
  • Scissors 
  • Decorative bordered scissors 
  • Glitter 
  • Black satin ribbon 
  • Glue 

Instructions: 

Step 1: 

First, you need to decide which vintage Thanksgiving cards you want to use. You can use the cards you have received – they don’t have to be vintage! – or you can print some online. 

After selecting the cards, you need to use, you can decide how large to print them. It all be contingent on what you want to see once you cut the pennant shape out. The pennant on the right displays the card transformed slightly to extend the background of the card. This way you can fit your design in the pennant. 

Step 2: 

Once the pendants are cut out from the vintage cards, you can glue them on to white or cream card stock.  

Step 3: 

In this step, cut around the pennant using decorative scissors. After that, hole punch each of the top corners.  

Step 4: 

The next step is elective but always fun – it’s time to add glitter. You can choose a few parts of each pennant for adding glitter to. You can also use colored glitter for matching whatever area you are adding glitter to, or you can use clear glitter that works great on any color.  

Step 5: 

String the banner together. You can run one continuous black ribbon through each pennant or tie each pennant to the other individually. You can use a wholesale satin ribbon to tie your pennant together.  

The Thanksgiving banner is all ended!  You love the little Thanksgiving scenes each separate pennant makes. While you choose vintage Thanksgiving cards, you could also use modern Thanksgiving cards you’ve established in the past. This would be a fun technique to repurpose them.  

By following the above-mentioned tips, you can make this vintage Thanksgiving card banner. You can find one of the best online fabric stores to buy tulle fabric, organza fabric, wholesale satin ribbons, deco mesh, holiday products, and many others. 

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