A huge shout out to all our lovely readers for keeping up with our Christmas posts. It’s readers like you who give us inspirations to come up with creative and interesting decoration ideas for Christmas. Today, we bring you some amazing Christmas banner ideas.
Banners, or garlands as they’re better known as, are one of the most versatile Christmas decoration items. You can use them to decorate your mantelpiece, windows and wound it around your Christmas tree. Now let’s check the most stunning Christmas banner ideas below.
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We totally love this BELIEVE banner. It’s simple, sweet and incorporates traditional Christmas colors- red and white Did you notice, the banner is hung with a green ribbon, which is another Christmassy color. If you want, even you can hang three stockings each on the sides of the banner.
A Glittery Christmas Banner:
All you need is some German glass glitter to create this stunning Christmas banner. Just get some clipboard letters and punch hole in the top. Apply school glue and apply glitter liberally on each letter. String the letters from a hemp twine and you’re sorted. You can hang this beauty on a Christmas tree, banister, or a mantel for a wonderful decoration.
This one’s an absolutely adorable Christmas banner. The little child sitting on the sled with a huge bauble in hand is making it look even cooler. The image shows that you can hang the banner from the wall also and it will look equally beautiful.
Now that’s a wonderful JOY banner made of a burlap. The letterings are written in black on the burlap, but what’s making it stand it are the red polka dots. We even loved the idea of using a lace instead of regular twine or ribbon. It’s giving a rustic, yet sophisticated look to the banner.
Merry Christmas Banner:
This lovely Merry Christmas banner in burlap will definitely add delight and sophistication to your Christmas decoration. It’s extremely easy to make and comes together in less than an hour. You need to cut the burlap in triangles and secure with a jute string. Add some glitter to make the banner shine.
Weave some magic into your Christmas decoration by decorating your mantelpiece with a shimmery banner. The mantelpiece is definitely the focal point of this declaration, with a display of silver cutlery and decorative jars filled with iced biscuits and baubles. But the banner is definitely taking the cake.
Christmas Mitten Banner:
There’s isn’t really much to do with this mitten banner as all you need to hang some mittens on a twine or ribbon by securing it with clothes pins. Easy, isn’t it? You can beautify it a bit by writing “Merry Christmas” or “Ho Ho Ho” on each mitten.
Reversible Burlap Banner:
Do you know what’s cool about reversible banner? You can use the same one for two different occasions and people won’t even get to know about it. You’ll get the complete details on how to make this wonderful decorative item by clicking on the link above.
O Holy Night:
If you’re also planning to create a Nativity Scene on your mantelpiece, by can complement it with a classy, “O Holy Night” banner. It’s a fairly simple banner, the template of which is available widely on the internet. Keep the colors simple, like black, gray and white, as seen here.
If you want your banner to match the rustic decoration of your house, you should definitely go for this plaid banner. The template is available on the link. Just download, string the letters and set it on display.
Here’s another rustic looking banner you can use for decorating your mantel. Get hold of some cloth pieces and cut them and banner of the same shape. You just need to ensure that the cloth pieces are one inch smaller on all sides.
Banner For Your Wreath:
Here’s a teeny tiny burlap banner for your wreath. This is quite a first for us because we rarely get to see a banner hung on a wreath, so it will make a unique decoration. Furthermore, it will enhance the rustic appeal of your decoration significantly.
Quirky Merry Christmas Banner:
At first glance, it seems that this garland was made by children for Christmas. The font and design makes it look like so. But what if we tell you can create exactly the same banner, with or without children? The link above will provide you with the link to create the same banner in your home.
A Simple Merry Christmas Banner:
Here’s a simple and pretty Merry Christmas banner for you to print out. More than anything else, we liked the setting of this banner. The banner is hung from a board, above the sofa, which is looking exemplary. And did you notice books placed under the roof?
Wooden Slice Banners:
This one’s completely unconventional as it’s not made of typical paper or burlap. Instead, it incorporates wooden slices. If you’re lucky, you can get hold of these wooden slices in the market. Alternatively, you can try making these slices at home. And don’t forget to write the season’s greetings.
Triple your joy by making this absolutely wonderful burlap banner with joy writer all over it. The positioning of the banner is also wonderful. It’s hung across the fireplace and is going very well with the color scheme.
A Quirky Banner:
Here’s a quirky banner with Christmas motifs and symbols printed on it. The colors are typically Christmassy and will go really well with white walls. You can even hang some ornaments on it to give it a glamorous look.
Be Merry and happy with this lovely Christmas banner. To avoid any confusion, a snowflake is placed strategically after ‘be’. It’s looking really beautiful hung from the mantel.
Vintage Book Page Christmas Banner:
If you want to give a simple and easy approach to Christmas decoration, you can create this wonderful vintage book page Christmas banner, which can be created in a jiffy. Acrylic paint works best for writing on the pages, but you can use ready-made letter stickers as well. And we loved the idea of hanging the banner from the net.
A Bit Of Shimmer And Shine:
To create this banner, you need to cut the burlap into triangle shapes, paint it white and make green glittery polka dots on it. When it has dried completely, write the season’s greetings with a red glitter pen or paint. Feel free to experiment with the color combination.
A Neat And Clean Christmas Tree Shaped Banner:
This is one of the most impressive Christmas banners in our opinion. A burlap is given the shape of Christmas trees by cutting a green colored burlap in a triangle and sticking a wooden piece for the trunk. You can hang the banner using a twine. It will look very rustic.
Buffalo Plaid Banner:
Since plaids are a huge hit during the holiday season, how about making a buffalo plaid banner? This pattern looks extremely warm and cozy, just like the winter season. And if you’re looking for a suitable printable for your banner, we’ve got you covered for that as well. Just print it out, punch the holes and string it together.
Hang It On The Wreath:
Here’s another example of hanging a banner on the wreath. The twig Christmas wreath is suiting the burlap wreath really well. You an even hand burlap banner on a contrasting colored wreath like a white feather wreath or white tulle wreath.
Banner For Your Kitchen:
This burlap Christmas banner is sure to cheer every onlooker. You can use it for your doorway, shelf or mantelpiece, but we loved its placement in the kitchen, as seen in the picture. A beautiful kitchen is decorated with happy and cheerful elements, like signs, candy canes and beautiful cutleries.
Noel Christmas Banner:
Let us tell you beforehand, this banner will require loads of cutting and folding, or accordion, as it’s better known as. Since you need to fold 24 pieces of card stock paper, it can be a bit difficult for you. So proceed only if you think you can create it.
Stick Banner On The Walls:
You can even consider hanging the banner from the wall, as seen in the picture. The position is really strategic and looks really wonderful.
Hang The Banner From The Christmas Tree:
This is one of the most unique Christmas banner ideas. Instead of hanging the banner from a real Christmas tree, you can hang a small sized banner from a wooden Christmas tree. You need to decide the size of the banner according to the Christmas tree.
We hope you enjoyed going through our list of Christmas banner ideas. It’s indeed beautiful, isn’t it? For more such ideas, subscribe to our website.