Owls and Pumpkin Fall Banner
My two granddaughters are coming for another sleepover making it the perfect time to create another seasonal banner. This free printable banner of little owls is easy enough for children to make and the template is included. Little ones will need supervision using their safety scissors but no particular skills are required to create this cute owl banner.
Fall patterns in teals with little acorns, plaids, and leaves are just that little bit different from the typical fall colour. Teal is a surprisingly pretty colour to place in your fall decor and if your planning on decorating with traditional fall colours, I recommend trying a couple of accent pieces in teal. If you let me know how you like it.
Here is my fall tour featuring teal and traditional colours, it should give you an idea of how it would look in your home.
My eldest son’s yard is spectacular with huge trees of all kinds. When I go to visit I inevitably hear an owl hooting nearby. The owl sounds truly beautiful but I have never been able to get a glimpse of the owl, none the less that owl is my inspiration for this post.
Hopefully, I get the chance to see him in the fall when the foliage is thinner and he or she is less camouflaged.
Printable Owl Banner Tutorial
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3 sheets of plain card stock paper
Small safety pins (optional)
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String for hanging
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First, you will need the templates for the owls and the pumpkins. Each template prints out on letter size card stock and there are two printables on each page.
The banner is in various fall colours, teal, oranges, browns, rusts, reds, and golden yellows. The patterns on the owls are part of the printable template.
Start by printing out all three printable fall banner templates.
Carefully cut them out.
Using a hole punch make a small hole in the top middle of each printable.
You can either thread the owls right on to the string or first place a small safety pin through the hole on the printable.
Lace the thread through the small holes at the end of a safety pin, this will allow your printables to hang flat.
If you have issues with the printables sliding as you hang them, use little bits of poster putty on the string near the safety pan. This makes a small easy to remove barrier that prevents the safety pin from moving.
You can either tie the ends of the banner is an adjustable noose knot, or in a simple little bow.
I know this post is early and were all stilling hanging on to summer. I need to start fall decor early so that my readers have time to make the crafts once they find my posts. If you do come across this post early please just pin it for fall inspiration.
It’s a bit out of season but if you like this simple free printable banner I have a super cute bunny banner for Spring as well.
Almost time to start eating all things pumpkin.