Canada Day Bunting

Simple Canada Day Bunting
Happy Canada Day everyone!
Here’s a quick banner I made to give our humble Caribbean rental a little Canadian flair.

Similar in style to my St. Patrick’s Day banner, this simple banner took me about half an hour to put together using only a handful of items I had around the house.

How to make your own:
Each scallop was created by tracing a small plate on white paper, cutting out, then folding each one in half. After cutting the shapes I needed out of red cardstock and a few book pages to create each scallop shaped flag, I glued them to the front side of my white half circles & added a button to each.
Next I attached all the little flags to a string by folding each circle in half around the string and then glueing the front and the back of the circles together.
Simple, cute and oh so Canadian, eh!?
I hope everyone has an awesome long weekend and for those of you gearing up for the 4th, happy July to you too!!
Rebecca Cooper is a 38-year-old wife and mother of four from Alberta, Canada. As a photographer, crafter, author, and blogger, she finds joy and fulfillment in celebrating everyday moments. She loves to read and eat chocolate, and is a firm believer in afternoon naps. Rebecca shares her family’s adventures, photo tips, simple craft projects + more right here at Simple as That.

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  1. says

    LOVE this banner – Happy Canada Day. I lived in Toronto for 10 yearw and still miss it 7 years later! Would love to be heading up to the cottage for the weekend!
    Have fun
    Lowri :-)

  2. Lorrie Everitt Studio says

    love this project … will have to put it in my idea file to make and hang at the cottage next year! Hope that you had a wonderful holiday weekend.

  3. Christine says

    Ok… I LOVE your garland.. like really LOVE IT!!!!!

    Please tell me you’ll come and share at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality!! PLEASE!!

  4. says

    I saw this the week after Canada Day last year, and filed it away for this Canada Day. Little did I know that we would move from Ottawa to India and be missing home especially this weekend. My lils and I just made it, and brought a little piece of home to our home far away. :)


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