Miniature Banner Project

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Banners don't always have to be big to steal the spotlight. Small banners are perfecting for accenting a door, the back of a chair and much more.

Cut out triangle shaped pieces from the fabric sheets, making them just a little smaller than the blank canvas pieces so that there will be a thin canvas border. Peel the backing off the sheets and attach all the fabric pieces to the banner pieces. Print out small black and white photos. In Photoshop, I selected the option for printing multiple photos, and then opted for the 2"x 2" photo size. Cut down the pictures to a rectangular size and attach to the banner pieces.

Using the SMASH label maker with the red tape, punch out some inspiring words then attach one word to the bottom of each banner piece. Attach all the pieces to a strand of twine or cord with mini red clothespins.

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Banners don't always have to be big to steal the spotlight. Small banners are perfecting for accenting a door, the back of a chair and much more.

Cut out triangle shaped pieces from the fabric sheets, making them just a little smaller than the blank canvas pieces so that there will be a thin canvas border. Peel the backing off the sheets and attach all the fabric pieces to the banner pieces. Print out small black and white photos. In Photoshop, I selected the option for printing multiple photos, and then opted for the 2"x 2" photo size. Cut down the pictures to a rectangular size and attach to the banner pieces.

Using the SMASH label maker with the red tape, punch out some inspiring words then attach one word to the bottom of each banner piece. Attach all the pieces to a strand of twine or cord with mini red clothespins.

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