DIY Craft Banners
Quality and Price are right
We use these for families to make banners to mark their pew at First Communion. They are inexpensive. They are very user friendly. Many different kinds of materials can be used with them including paints, markers , felt and peet and stick items. They are also easy to hang.We have used them for sevveral years.
March 10, 2010
I was so excited when I saw these banners in the catalog because I would not have to make my own banners this year. When I received them, I was very surprised and disappointed at how small they are! Also, the dowels, if you can call them that, are very flimsy. I was not able to use these "banners" for the intended project and had to make my own after all. I will be returning them! The price was excellent for what I expected, but way too much for what I received.
December 3, 2012
We are using these for our First Communion kids to make pew banners with their names on them. They are mostly a good buy - much easier than the burlap banners we used to cut out! However, some are sewn crooked, so you'll want to purchase extras for sure. Considering that, they could be priced a little lower.
February 24, 2012
This is my 2nd order of these banners. To give you an idea of their size, they are approx 1" more narrow than a regular sheet of paper.
They accept iron-on transfers really well. We've also used OT's fabric markers on them, and they work well, too. They are quite versatile. You can string up a cord and attach them for decoration banner through the middle of your room, or you can hang them flat on the door or bulletin board.
June 16, 2009