How to Make a Happy Holidays Pennant Banner

DIY Christmas Banner Using Iron-On Vinyl

This festive Happy Holidays Christmas banner uses a multi-layer design and heat transfer vinyl to make an easy way to decorate for the holidays. Follow this step-by-step tutorial to learn how to make your own Christmas banner this holiday season.

DIY Happy Holidays Pennant Banner

Make your gathering stand out with this festive “Happy Holidays” pennant banner. 

This banner is made using my Holiday Layered Alphabet, some cardstock, and heat transfer vinyl.

Don’t be scared to iron vinyl onto cardstock.  I know it can be intimidating at first because you don’t want to burn the house down but the low temperatures and the shorter times make it possible and gorgeous! 

This is an inexpensive way to get a professional-looking statement for any celebration.

And be creative, choose your own colors. that fit your style or theme.  Use different colored cardstock for the pennants and find complementary colors to add using the vinyl.

Let me show you how to make a Happy Holidays Banner in Cricut Design Space.

This can also be made using a Silhouette, Brother Scan n Cut, or another cutting machine.  Just choose the file type that works for your machine.  You can reference the ‘How to use cut files’ document included in the zip file to learn which file type is needed for your cutting machine.

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Materials & Supplies

It’s the perfect background for holiday pictures or to decorate your mantle.

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DIY Holiday Banner Using Iron-On Vinyl