Please welcome Amy from The Happy Scraps today! Amy is sharing this step by step craft tutorial on how to make this DIY Summer Banner. If you don’；t have an electronic cutting machine like a Cricut， no worries! You can use adhesive alphabet letters. I’；ve got an affiliate link for all the Cricut products， so feel free to use it. This project totally reminds me of this DIY Wood Slat Sign too!accent pillow case baby canvas decorative
Hello! I’；m Amy and I blog over at The Happy Scraps. I enjoy blogging about DIY Home Decor &； Crafts， Paper Crafts， and Sewing. I hope you’；ll stop by! I’；m so excited to be visiting Today’；s Creative Life today! Thank you， Kimpillow cases home decor， for having me!
Are you getting excited for Summer？ I am! I love all that comes along with the Summer. The warmth， the sunshine， being outside， the bright colors， and spending time with my kids. Today I’；ll be sharing this fun Hello Summer Banner Board project with you.
Come along， and I’；ll show you how you can make your DIY Summer Banner Wood Sign. First， you’；ll need to gather your supplies. I used wood banner pieces and a board with slats cut into it， along with some bright， fun colored paper. You’；ll also need a couple of paint brushes， paint， wood glue， sand paper， SUMMER letters， and hello vinyl.
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Now you are finished. Just set it up on a shelf， or put it in your entry to welcome guest throughout the summer!
I hope you’；ve enjoyed this project! Come on by The Happy Scraps to check out some of the other projects I have to share.
You may be interested in this Dahlia Flower Decor， Paper Flower Centerpiece， and Summer Banner.
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