One of my nearest, dearest friends is expecting her first baby at the end of December and, while the sex is going to be a surprise, she has already decorated her nursery in a nuetral color palette with a little animal print thrown in for good measure. In keeping with her theme, I kept decorations neutral for her baby shower/luncheon, including this simple banner. It's super easy to make-I whipped this one up in less than half an hour, and the mama-to-be can hang it in the nursery. Here's how I did it:
All you'll need is two different colors of thick cardstock; a small, single hole punch; a 2 1/2" hole punch; a 3" hole punch; glue and some twine:
First, using the larger of the two hole punches, I punched circles on the darker cardstock. (I turned my hole punch upside down to see where I was punching):
Next, I printed letters on the lighter cardstock and then punched them out with the smaller of the two hole punches.
I glued the two circles together:
Then, using the small, single hole punch, punched holes in either side of each circle:
Next, I tied each one together with a piece of twine until all the letters were connected, and you're done!
Have a great weekend!