This Halloween Pennant Banner is cute and fun. And it is easy to make. Use the holes to string it on your wall or use the pennants individually.
You can make ths Halloween Pennant Banner bigger if you want, just change the size in Design Space. Make one or all of them and decorate for your Halloween Party or for your house or classroom.
The Halloween pennant banner pennants should really be orange or a patterned paper. Black cardstock is just too dark but some of the pennants (like the mice or the potions) could be black. I used a glow in the dark paper that I can’t remember where I bought. Use your imagination.
The Cricut writes the Happy Halloween and I used the Hard Candy font so it filled in. Get it free at Dafont.com. I created my own fill in fonts because I was tired of the drawn letters not filling in. If you want more info on fill in fonts with Cricut see the post here.
I combined all the little pieces on one mat. To see how to do that watch my video.
Assembling the Halloween Pennant Banner
Separate all the embellishment pieces for each pennant so that you can keep them straight. First glue the pieces together. Next assemble the pennants. Liquid glue works best here because they are awfully small parts.
The holes in the corner of the pennants work great for attaching them together. You can use grommets or brads or just hang them on a ribbon or string. They also look good as individual pieces.
And your Halloween Pennant Banner is done! Enjoy.