More Classroom Banner Ideas: I am slightly obsessed with making a classroom banner this year. I am loving the look of banners and I love how easy they are to create. I found an additional way to make another banner so I want to share it with you.
Classroom Banner Ideas
First, I printed out these white banner pieces. I didn’t want the dark, ink-rich versions for this project. Then I took a hole punch and put circles inside the existing circles. This is a great way to make sure all the whole punches are in the exact same spots.
Next, I took the same string I used before and weaved it in and out of the hole punches.
See the end of the banner piece? I let the string hang off going UNDER.
When I start the next piece in the banner, I want it to be going OVER.
When they come together, it looks good with a layered look. See how they look overlapping?
For my school walls, I used these Clear Command hooks. And I used the concrete block lines on the wall to make sure I put them level for both ends. Then, I put a loop at the end of the string and hung the banner up using the hook.
Then I trimmed the string last. Check out my end results.
Here is another banner. See how the command hook is in the same place on the wall?
I also wanted to create a double banner. So I put on on banner and I had to let the banner HANG from the hook while I was working on the other side.
This helped me a lot when I was creating a double banner. This banner will say “social” on top then ‘studies” on the bottom.
It seems scary but the ends are tied so it is safe. This helps to figure out the arrangement of the banner on the other side.
I hang up the bottom part first, then the top. This allows the top word to be layered on top. And here is the double banner FINISHED.
Banner in Black Primary$4.00
And if you missed my original post about making classroom banners, click below.