Create quick and easy layouts in no time by making banners – whether they’re cut by hand or made from punches, banners are a fun design element that can be used time and time again and never get old!
JANE AT FOUR MONTHS by Paige Evans
I’ve created many banners in curved swoops for a more realistic look, but on this layout I went with a straight-edge design along with lots of girly bits and baubles to document when my daughter turned four months old.
1ST PASSPORT PHOTO OUTTAKES by Paige Evans
Turn circles into pennants by punching them from patterned papers and then cutting each shape in half before adding them to your background.
FOX by Paige Evans
Quickly hand cut banners from papers (no need to be perfect – it’s the imperfections in scrapbooking that make a page fun and special!) and then layer them in a row.
LITTLE MANIPULATOR by Paige Evans
Mat photos trimmed into pennants onto patterned paper and then swoop them across a misted background for another take on the banner theme.
MONEY IN THE BANK by Paige Evans
Once you have all your banner pieces picked out, punch a small hole in the top and string them onto baker’s twine to create actual banners!
SMILE & GRIN by Paige Evans
Trim photos and papers into pennants, add them in slight curves across a neutral background paper, and then stitch across the top of each row to quickly and easily make a banner-themed page!
Do you like banners? Have you created pages with them before? I love this trend and still find myself making pages with banners! I’d love to see your banner creations, so link to them in the comments.