Valentine's Day Banner - Easy Make for Everyone
Elegant and Easy Banner
Valentine's Day is so much fun when you get to use your Cricut to make everything you want! Imagine sending cards (our Valentine's S-Fold Card - asset #306) and also making this easy Valentine's Day Banner at the same time. You can even add your own sayings!
All the materials can be items you already have on hand. You will also find the template already to go in my resource library (asset #308)
Here’s what you need to make your Valentine's Day Banner. This post does contain some affiliate links for your convenience (which means if you make a purchase after clicking a link I will earn a small commission but it won’t cost you a penny more)! Read my full disclosure policy.
Valentine's Day Banner Materials
Valentine's Banner Step-by-Step Guide
Step Two - Design Space Changes
For this make, it is a matter of making sure you have enough of the banner hearts to string across your wall.
All you need to do is duplicate several to make it longer.
Click on Make It!
Sort your hearts into areas of the mat so you can use more than one color of cardstock.
For the card, choose a double sided cardstock for maximum effect.
Cut the design.
Step Three - Assembly
Assembly for this project is very easy. You want to cut 12" or longer strips of ribbon to tie the hearts together.
You will need a strip for each of the panels.
For the ends, you will want to cut a 2 or 3 foot piece of ribbon and then slit just one end about 2" long.
This is so that you can tie the split end to the last heart in the row and have a long end to attach to your wall.
Do the same for the other end of your banner.
Step Four - The Finishing Touches
Add any extra sayings you wish on the banner panels. You can even add more embellishments (decorations) to make this banner even more special.
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How to Make a Valentine's Day Banner Video
This Valentine's Day Banner was a lot of fun to make, and is was dead easy! The best part was the fact that you can use up a lot of your scrap paper to make these banners! Who says it needs to be red and pink anyway!
I hope you enjoyed this project as much as I did.
If you made a banner, please share it on our Facebook group. https://Facebook.com/groups/BettesMakes
Until next time,