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DIY Valentine Banner Free Printable Craft

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Make your Own Valentine Banner

This little Valentine banner is very easy to put together.  The template for the DIY valentine banner free printables includes the floral and polka dot patterns so you don’t need patterned card stock.

Easy print and cut paper Valentine banner in soft pink and baby blue.
You can fold the valentine shapes open so make it 3D, or you can leave it flat as I did.

Valentine Craft ideas a simple free printable for a paper Valentine banner.

DIY  Valentine Banner Supplies

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The valentine templates (see links below)

Plain card stock or printing paper

Scissors

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Twine

Sewing Machine

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For this Valentine banner, I printed out four copies of each of the templates.  You can print more or less depending on the length of banner you want.

DIY valentine banner free printables for Valentine's day. Two variations of a paper Valentine banner template.

Blue Valentine Template

Pink Valentine Template

Cut out the Valentines from the printable sheets.

Carefully and slowly sew along the twine (watch your fingers) as the needle approaches where you want the first heart and stop sewing.

Cutting out and layering the paper Valentine banner pieces for an easy and cheap Valentine craft. A diy valentine banner free printables cut out for sewing.
Layer the four valentines and slide underneath the twine and the sewing foot.  Do this so that the center of the heart is lined up with the needle.

Sewing thread to diy valentine banner free printables for an inexpensive Valentine banner in pretty pink and soft blue.
Sew the twine and the paper hearts together.  Continue past the hearts and keep sewing until you get to where you want the next heart to be.

On this banner I would sew until the end of the previous Valentine reaches the edge of the sewing machine plate.

Repeat until you attach all the Valentines.

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DIY Printable paper banner craft for Valentines Day. An easy cheap Valentine craft idea.f
Even with sewing this really slowly,  the sewing only took 10 minutes.  I was surprised and pleased that I was able to just sew along the entire length.  I did not need to cut the thread or glue, or staple or fiddle with anything.  It worked very smoothly.

A valentine craft idea, a diy valentine banner free printables of hearts in soft blues and pink polka dots
This banner costs less than a dollar to make.  I think its perfect for teachers, a little one’s room, or a friend with an office cubicle.

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This little vintage dress banner is perfect for a little girls room, a birthday party, or even a wedding show.  This is a great family craft for a rainy Saturday.

A feminine and very pretty paper banner craft.

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21 Comments

  1. so stinkin’ sweet, Leanna! And very thoughtful to use print on your printable! Pinned… thanks, again, for sharing on Homestyle Gathering!

  2. This is beautiful! Love the colors and papers you used. Pinned!

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Thank you very much for pinning, I find making banners really fun and they are such an inexpensive way to decorate.

  3. I love this heart garland. So pretty and great for Valentine’s Day.
    Please stop by Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop since you are my feature.
    Hugs,
    Bev

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Thank you very much for the feature, that’s great news. I will for sure drop by.

  4. Such a pretty banner! Love those little hearts. Never thought of sewing paper. Clever. 🙂

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Hi Stephanie: I tried sewing paper together for the first time about six months ago and it works really well.

  5. So romantic and pretty – I love the vignette you created. And thank you for the sewing instructions. Pinning !!

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Thank you, Christine. I recently came across the grain scoop and it looked like the perfect farmhouse style display piece.

  6. Soooo pretty, I love the patterns and colours you’ve mixed here, just lovely.

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Thank you for saying so Julie. I thought the modern blue, and of course pink made it less gender specific that the over the top romantic style.

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      I just started doing banners garlands a couple of years ago and now I really love using them and making them. Thank you for commenting

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Thank you for the pin and staying in touch. I am glad you like it.

  7. I saw your Valentine banner at the dishing & digging it party, Leanna, and knew before pressing the link that it was yours because of your signature elegant romantic style! Very pretty banner – pinned

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Your such a sweetheart Marie. Thank you for choosing mine to comment on when you recognized it. It very nice to know that I am developing a certain “look” to my photographs, its a goal I am working hard on. Thank you so very much for noticing and providing me feedback on it.

  8. Such a cute idea for adding a little holiday flare to your decor! I don’t know why I never decorate for Valentine’s Day but you’ve inspired me!

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      I don’t do very much for Valentine’s day anymore as we are empty nesters. The decor itself is so pretty and appealing though. I hope you find time to do some and enjoy it. Happy Valentines

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Thank you, Debra. I made it to open up and then liked it flat. Go figure… but its nice to have the choice.

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