Patriotic Burlap and American Flag Banner

Patriotic Flag Banner by virginiasweetpea.com

Can you believe that July 4 is just a few weeks away?  I like to decorate early so that I can enjoy what I’ve created as long as possible.  For the past several years I’ve made at least one patriotic craft.  This year I crafted a banner for our fireplace.

Patriotic Burlap and Flag Banner

This was very easy to make and I know I’ll use it year after year.  Here’s what you need to make your own:

Supplies

Burlap

Small Flags

Navy Blue Bias Tape

Rotary Cutter and Measuring Tools

Glue Gun

Flag Banner Supplies

 

Procedure

1.  Cut burlap into triangles with a base of 11” and a height of 12 inches.  I needed 5 to hang on my mantel.

2.  Leave enough bias tape at the starting end to hang the banner.  Glue the burlap to the bias tape.

Flag Banner Step 1

 

3.  Glue the flag onto the triangle.

Flag Banner Step2

4.  Leave 5 inches between each burlap triangle.  Continue the process until your banner is long enough for the space you intend to decorate.

Flag Banner Step 3

 

In this shot you can get a sneak peak of my mantel décor.  I wasn’t quite finished decorating when this picture was taken as I see the white vases are empty.

Patriotic Banner

Be sure to come back tomorrow to see the rest of my mantel.  Click on the “Projects” tab at the top for more patriotic crafts.

Sharing With:
Tutorials and Tips at Home Stories A2Z, The Inspiration Board at Homework, Project Inspire(d) at Artsy Chicks Rule, Inspire Me Tuesday at A Stroll Thru Life, Home{work}Wednesday at The Everyday Home, Inspiration Exchange at Yellow Bliss Road, The Humble Brag at  One Project Closer’s The Better Half, Grace at Home at Imparting Grace, Chase the Stars, Inspiration Gallery Link  Party at Design, Diapers+Dining, Weekend Bloggy Reading at Serenity Now, July 4th Categorically Crafting Party at Someday Crafts, Party Junk at Funky Junk Interiors

Comments

  1. Your banner is gorgeous! I just started putting out some 4th of July stuff too. I don’t have a lot. =( Would love to make a banner like this!

    Jeanine

  2. Aww, that’s lovely! I’ve been starting to think about patriotic decor. I would love to have some, because I really don’t, but I think I’d rather buy it than make it! Tell me this banner is for sale! haha

    • Sweet Pea says:

      I’ll bet you could find some great patriotic things on Etsy. Thanks so much for stopping by to comment.

  3. Love, love your banner! How pretty! I have a new weekly link party which is live now and I would love if you stop by and link up this wonderful post! Hope to see you there! http://mariaelenasdecor.blogspot.com/ Hugs, Maria

  4. Really cute and crafty! I would love for you to share these at my weekly linky party! http://hickorytrailblog.blogspot.com/2013/06/efforts-and-assets-linky-party-6.html

    Thank you,
    Angela

  5. How cute! And my kind of project…no sewing involved. ;) Thanks so much for sharing on Project Inspire{d} :) Pinning

    Nancy

  6. I’ve picked your banner as one of my favorites from last week’s Project Inspired party! Thanks again for sharing!
    Nancy

  7. Great banner Paula! Love the burlap it sets off the flags so nicely!

  8. So cute simple and creative! Come link up to centerpiece Wednesday linky party and share your post with us. http://thestylesisters.blogspot.com/2013/06/4th-of-july-decorations-and-centerpiece.html
    Karin

  9. I featured your beautiful banner tonight!! You can see your feature here! http://www.settingforfour.com/2013/07/20-patriotic-ideas-for-fourth-of-july.html

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