Easy Patriotic Banner

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Wood shelf with hooks and hanging from it is a pennant banner.  Every other banner is red & white stripe or has a White background with blue and white stars.

Summer is in full swing and the Fourth of July is just over two weeks away. Can you believe it?

I love to decorate my entry way for the season or holiday. Today I’m sharing a new, free cut file that is Americana style that is simple and quick to create.

I plan to add a few more decorations to the shelf soon, but love how the entry is coming along.

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Materials Needed To Make A Patriotic Banner

How To Make An Americana Banner

Download and unzip my free Patriotic Banner SVG/DXF from the Freebie Vault. If you’re new to my website and need to sign up for my free designs, there’s a form near the end of this post.

The file has been saved so that each piece will be about 3.5″ wide and just over 4″ tall. This is exactly how it was cut in the photos posted. If you’d like to change the size, I recommend doing so with the design grouped so that the layers remain in the correct proportions.

You’re now ready to “Make It”.

On the preview screen, first select the number of copies that you’ll want for your banner. I used 5 copies of the pair to compete the banner in my entryway.

Next, set the material size. Cricut will usually default to 12×12″. I cut my banner from 8.5×11″ Recollections cardstock. The last step on this page is to click Continue.

Next, select your material. I frequently use the Medium Cardstock setting on my Maker. Machines and blades can vary, so it’s best to test your material.

When working with cardstock, I highly recommend using a brayer to ensure the paper is firmly attached to your mat. This reduces tearing while cutting.

Once cut, remove the paper from the mat. Turn your mat upside down and hold the paper as flat to your work surface while gently bending the mat back.

Once all pieces are cut, you’re ready to assemble. I used Art Glitter Glue to attach the red and blue layers to the white back layer.

Last step is to string the pieces with twine or string of your choice then hang. Enjoy!

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8 Comments

  1. Super cute & easy banner. Thanks for sharing. I also love that gnome pillow! I am just starting to decorate our new home. I now want an area to display a banner for each holiday!

    1. I’ve really enjoyed creating banners in my entryway. How exciting (and possibly overwhelming) to decorate a new home. Enjoy!

  2. Hello! I love the projects you share!
    Do you have the pattern for the patriotic gnomes that are sitting in the bench? Thank you
    Janice

    1. Hi Janice,
      I don’t have a pattern for them. I found that pillow at TJ Maxx and just had to have it as I loved the cute little gnomes. Sorry!

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