Hi, friends! Even though Easter is really less than 2 weeks away, I’m just now doing a little Easter craft. I don’t normally do any decorating for Easter, but I wanted a cute little banner that I could hang up over my fireplace. This little banner is seriously SO quick, and super easy! I whipped it out while Jade napped. A win in my book!
Materials for Easter Banner:
- Foam Easter eggs (I found this pack at the Dollar Store!)
- Scrapbook paper
- Fishing line/thread
- Letter stencils
- Needle (not pictured)
- Sharpie (not pictured)
- Tape (not pictured)
While I was perusing around the Dollar Store last week trying to find bins so I could organize my linen closet, I came across these adorable little glitter Easter eggs. I knew I needed to do something with them, so I brought them home with me. They were so perfect for this little banner!
First, I chose some pretty scrapbook paper and cut out a banner shape. I didn’t do any fancy measuring, I just used my letter stencil size as a guide for how big I wanted each banner, and used a ruler to draw the straight lines. I used my first banner as a “stencil” to trace on the other 5 I needed.
I threaded on 6 eggs to start, and then added my “E” letter banner. You could easily use clothespins to attach the banners to the fishing wire, but I didn’t have any small ones on hand so I just flipped the banner over and taped on the fishing line at the top.
Super easy, right? I just used a little gold washi tape to hang it up over my fireplace!
How do you decorate for Easter?
(I link up at these fun parties!)