Simple Burlap Banner

July 14, 2015


For Nora’s 100 day party, I made a simple burlap banner. This is so easy that you don’t need a tutorial but I just had to share it because even the most uncrafty person can make this!

I’ve made a bunch of banners and they take quite a bit of time to make. I normally print out the letters on paper, cut them out, trace it on the desired cardstock, and cut them out again. This normally takes me a few hours to make. #aintnobodygottimefordat


Recently, I walked through the Walmart craft aisles and found these pre-cut burlap letters in packages that cost less than $4 each. I bought 2 packages since I was creating, “NORA JUNE” and I needed the extra, “N.” 


I used what I had and grabbed 2 of these cardstock papers. 


I cut them into 4 sections and placed a bowl on top to use as my circle stencil. 


The burlap letters are adhesive but I recommend using a glue gun so that it stays on permanently. I punched two holes on the top of each letter and then weaved a long strand of jute twine through each circle. You can use baker’s twine or any other string.

It was so simple and took little time to create. If you need a banner for an event, I recommend this because it’s a great, neutral look. I believe Walmart even carried blue burlap letters. 

IMG_3263I’ll finish the post with the cutest face ever! Have a great Tuesday!


Let us fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of our faith, who for the joy set before him endured the cross, scorning its shame, and sat down at the right hand of the throne of God. Hebrews 12:2

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