Free Printable: Love Pennant Banner

by Sam

in Free Printables

Today I have a cute Valentine’s themed pennant banner for you to download and print, as well as instructions on assembly.


PDF Printed on White Cardstock
Scissors or Trimmer
Hole Punch
Yarn or Ribbon


First, print the PDF which can be found here.  There are two pages to be printed on white cardstock or another heavy weight paper.

Second, cut out the triangles along the dark pink lines.  You can use a paper trimmer, but I found it easier to just use a pair of scissors.

Once all six pieces are cut, it’s time to assemble.

Punch two holes in the top corners of each of the triangles.  I used a crop-a-dile for this, as you can see in the photo, but a regular hole punch would work perfectly too.

Next, I cut five short pieces of red yarn long enough to tie a knot.  Thread the yarn through two of the adjacent holes in each of the triangles.

I tied each of these pieces in a knot and taped them to the back of the triangle in order to conceal the knots.

Knot two longer pieces of yarn to the edges of the banner to hang.  I simply taped mine to the mantle above my fireplace.

If you also like the yarn garland in the photo, check back later in the week for more about how I decorated my entire mantle for Valentine’s Day.  I hope you enjoyed our first printable!

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{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Robin Nevin February 2, 2011 at 4:34 pm

I love this pennant idea. I’m going to install new ink in my printer now and begin the project… Guess dinner for the kids will have to wait. lol.


2 Sam February 2, 2011 at 4:36 pm

Haha, I love this! :)


3 Amy M. February 3, 2011 at 2:24 pm

I love the yarn idea for piecing the banner pieces together! Thank you for the printable.


4 Sue February 3, 2011 at 7:26 pm

I love this idea and printable! Thank you. I am going to use it for my Sunday School classroom.


5 Sue Sjolin February 3, 2011 at 9:06 pm

Great idea, simple and appealing.


6 Mom Bugden February 4, 2011 at 7:47 am

Sooo excited to see what is next.



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