• The most obvious way to go about it is to use grain sack tree garland. You can make the Christmas tree from an antique sack of grain.
• You can also use anything you have with you. It could be felt, drop cloth, burlap, or far quarters.
• If you don’t have the proper fabric to do so, you can use book pages or scrapbook pages.
• First things first, make the template. Pay attention to details ere. Fold a card stock or paper piece, and cut it in half along the edges or fold line.
• Fold half of the sheet in half and refold it again. Cut off the corner at a proper angle and unfold the paper to get two templates.
• Cut the templates and you are good to go.
A shiny Christmas banner
If your Christmas banner to be glittery and flashy, with all the frill and fandango in and around it, consider using a German glass glitter.
• It can transform a regular party store hoarding into a stunning piece. You can hang the holiday piece on a banister, a mantel, or a Christmas tree.
• The materials you need are a plastic container, spoon, hemp twine, wax paper, glass glitter, school glue, an artist brush, and a cardboard Christmas banner.
• The first step is letter preparation. Eliminate the pre-strung ones from the ribbon. Punch the chipboard letters with a pore in the top.
• Apply the adhesive or glue with the 1” artist brush. Apply it gently on the letter’s front. Coat both sides and apply in sections if need be.
• You need to sprinkle glitter as it’s the main component of your glittery banner. Pour the material into a container and sprinkle it over the letters with a spoon.
Apply extra glue and perform the process again in areas that have less glue. Put the letter on quality wax paper and let it dry. Once it’s fully dry, use string letters on the hemp twine and loop each twine to the hang.
Incorporating more ideas
The Believe Banner is also incredible. It’s simple, yet sweet, and showcases traditional Christmas hues. You hang the banner with a green ribbon. Green is another signature Christmas color. You can also hang two to three stockings on all sides of the Christmas banner.
• A cute banner is most adorable. There’s a little kid sitting on a cute sled. The hand contains a huge bauble, making it look very adorable. You can hang this endearing Christmas banner from the wall.
• If you have burlap, make a beautiful joy banner. Write the letterings on the burlap’s back. Red polka dots will make it outstanding.
To make it experimental, you can even use lace in place of ribbon or twine. It renders a sophisticated, yet rustic look.