Make your own vintage map pennant banner in just a few simple steps.
I've got a fun and simple project to share with you today – a vintage map pennant banner.
And it's all 'cause lots of my blogging friends and I swapped some thrifty flea market finds. Just look at all those beautiful bloggers…
Swap It Like It's Hot!
The idea is that we each went shopping for something interesting at a thrift store or flea market, but we weren't allowed to spend more than $10-15. Then we shipped that something off to another blogger. And someone else entirely sends us a fun little package.
And then we were to each work our magic!
Here's what Charlotte sent me:
I couldn't quite incorporate everything all at once.
And truth be told I didn't want to waste any of the goodies she sent me.
So for today I'm only sharing one project.
Don't worry, I've got some big plans up my sleeve – especially for that pretty little village paper house book!
Vintage Map Pennant Banner
If you're new here, you may not know this little tidbit…
I have a thing for pennant banners.
I kinda like maps too.
So that pretty New York map from AAA got all gussied up as a pennant banner!
Oh and that there's a sneak peek of our new kitchen pantry shelves…but shhh, don't tell anyone yet. 😉
1. Open map all the way. Draw a horizontal line along the horizontal fold closest to you. Along the bottom edge, find halfway point between each fold and mark with a pencil. Now draw triangles from the fold line to the halfway marks as shown.
2. Cut out triangles/pennants and hole punch twice as shown.
3. String and hang!
What do you think? Are you a fan of maps? What about pennant banners?
What do you think of this simple little map banner?
Curious about everyone else's swap items and projects? Well, go see what they did then! (Scroll down to link up your very own thrifted flea market finds!)
2 Little Superheroes
A Chic Little House
The Chronicles of Home
Finding Silver Pennies
Gourley Girl & Guy
The Happier Homemaker
Hearts and Sharts
A Home Full of Color
My Passion For Decor
Primitive and Proper
Queen of Everything
Rooms For Rent
Shades of Blue
Thoughts From Alice
Town and Country Living
Two Purple Couches
While They Snooze
White Buffalo Styling Co.
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