How to Make a Simple Garden Banner

Lately I’ve been doing a lot of summer decorating in the house, so I thought I’d take a little break and make a simple summer banner. Last Christmas I purchased a chipboard banner and decided to try something similar for summer. So today I’m going to show you how to make a simple garden banner using chipboard squares.

How to make a simple garden bannerThis is such an easy banner to make and you could use any letters to create whatever word you want.

 

How to make a simple garden bannerYou can find chipboard and letters at your local craft store for minimal cost.

 

Painted Chipboards and Letters are used to create simple bannerI painted the chipboard squares with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.

I then used a rubber stamp to add pretty script to each square in blue and green.

Finally, I painted the letters with acrylic paint.

 

DIY Garden banner made from chipboard squaresI then used a hot glue gun to adhere the letters onto the chipboard squares.

Be sure to wait for the stamping paint to dry before adding the letters!

 

DIY Garden Banner made from chipboard squaresI secured the letters onto white twine using mini wooden clothespins.

 

Rustic Picket Fence with Simple Garden BannerMy white hydrangea bush is finally in full bloom! The flowers are great for cutting/

 

How to make a simple garden bannerOur fence is so old I can’t decide if it’s shabby chic or just plain dilapidated.

I want to rip out the patio back here and do something new but we need to paint the house first.

 

DIY Garden Banner on Rustic FenceFor now I’ll just make this area pretty with a simple garden banner.

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Comments

  1. What a pretty banner! And very simple too. I like the script stamp. Have a wonderful week. Blessings, Pam

  2. ahh that is just what i needed,a pretty banner for my garden…thank you!

  3. Love the banner Jennifer. That is so cute. I love love love the “shabby chic” fence it hangs on. Looks awesome.
    Have a great start to the new week.
    Kris

  4. I like the banner too… it looks so simple to make that I’m going to try one!!! Thanks for showing us how!
    And thanks for letting us know that you are “normal people” too, and that some projects (patio) wait until others are
    finished (Painting).

    • LOL Mary Ann! Yes, I am very normal (well, some may disagree with me on that). You should see my laundry room. It’s a disaster! I started ripping the old wall paper off the plaster walls and stopped about halfway through. It’s been sitting like that for awhile now. One of these days I’ll get around to finishing it. For now I just shut the door so no one can see it. Out of sight out of mind, right? 🙂

  5. I totally love the fence and I think it adds the special touch- so shabby chic! It never even crossed my mind that the fence was old. I was wondering. . . the clipboard squares aren’t too heavy for the clothespins?

    • Rosenda, the chipboard squares are really lightweight so yes, the clothespins will hold them in place. I found 2 sizes of the clothespins at the craft store so you could always use the larger ones and they’d look okay!.

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