4. Paint Chip Banner
Here’s those awesome (and did I mention free?) paint chips again! I had to include this banner made out of paint chips because I mean, really it doesn’t get much more simple than cutting those little guys up into some triangles and threading them on some string. It’s the perfect craft for those of you out there that don’t have the strongest crafting game, but still want something that looks great.
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5. Simple America
What says Fourth of July more than the name “America?” This banner is perfect for those people out there that don’t want to spend a lot of time crafting because it’s actually a printable! Crafting doesn’t get more simple than that. All you have to do is print off the letters, mount them on some blue background paper (totally optional), then string up the banner with some cute ribbon.
You’ll find lots of other tutorials like this one over at At Second Street.
This banner has the whole patriotic vibe going for it with the stars and stripes. I love how “historic” the design looks. It looks like a banner you would have found back in 1776. This banner is also a printable, which makes it, of course, really easy to make, so what are you waiting for? Print it off and get to crafting!
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