Printable Valentine Banner

Valentine’s Day always seems like a lost holiday at our house as far as decorating goes. After I take down my Christmas stuff, my house usually just stays bare because I love the feel of having the Christmas clutter gone. And then I get so sick of winter, that I can’t wait to get my Spring decorations up. But that’s not really fair for Valentine’s Day, is it now? I mean, the holiday that gives us a free pass to eat as much chocolate as we want and make our husbands take us on fancy dates should really get more credit- or at least more decorating. And up until this point, I only had one, that’s right- ONE Valentine’s decoration.  So, today I decided to make a printable Valentine banner, and I want to share it with you as a free download!

 

You’ll need:

My FREE Printable Valentine Banner in  Pink or  Red (you could also print in black & white)
Scissors
Twine, Ribbon, or String
Glue or Tape

 

Instructions:

1. Start by cutting out your banner pieces.

 

2. Fold your banner pieces in half over your twine.

 

3. Glue your banner piece in half.

 

4. And hang!

 

****This prints on a regular sheet of paper (8.5 x 11)****

{As with all printables from The Creative Mom, this is a free download, for personal use only. Please do not sell, redistribute, or claim as your own. If you share these on your blog or website, or if you pin it, please be sure to link back to this post. If you would like to share this download with others, please direct them to this post to download. Thanks!}

 

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