The most basic use for pennants is for screen printing and embroidery
and heat transfer vinyl (HTV) applications. But did you know there are
more ways to make pennants to display? Use the technics below to
make fun decorative pennants to decorate for any occasion.
Pennants are not just used for advertising, carnivals, or sports events. Pennants can be also be used to
decorate your home in a stylish manner. Use fun colors to give your room or home that fun inviting look.
DECORATE YOUR PENNANTS
Purchase or cut your own felt letters or shapes. Glue or sew them on the pennant.
Got stickers? Paste decorative stickers onto felt pennants for a fun project.
Color your pennants with markers or paint.
Group small pennants on a string spaced about 1" apart. Use fun colors to match your decor. Hang them up for an
DECORATE A LAMP
Measure the top part of your lampshade.
Use extra small pennants to decorate a lampshade. About 12.
The amount of pennants should measure the same amount as the shade. Lay out your pennants with the top edge
meeting each other. Measure the top edge to match the total inches of the shade. Example. If your shade measures 36
inches, and you have 4 X 6 pennants, then you know you need 9 pennants. 9X4=36.
Position one pennant at the top of the shade. Glue with glue gun or regular glue. Repeat with remaining pennants. For
that extra pop to your shade, top it off with gathered lace or ribbon.
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