A quick and simple DIY photo banner for your mantle is a great way to display your photos of the family.
Holiday Family Photo Banner
By Smitha Katti
- Ideal for quickly creating tags perfect for gifts and other crafts, eliminating mistakes that waste materials and cause reworks
- Insert paper into the large slot and depress the lever for a cleanly punched-out tag shape
- Insert the punched-out tag into the small slot and depress the lever for a perfectly centered tag hole
- Slip the tag hole over the peg on the back of punch, drop in the eyelet and depress the handle to set the eyelet with no noisy hammering
- Includes a 20, 3/16" eyelets (also accommodates 5/32" eyelets)
- Tag size: 2" x 3"
- Punches heavier materials than standard punches, up to 80-lb. cardstock
- Lifetime warranty
- Standard Tag Maker with Built-in Eyelet Setter
- 18" x 24" mat is ideal for cutting full widths of fabric from the bolt
- Self-healing mat provides a cutting surface that lasts longer than others
- Easy-to-read measuring grid on both sides means you can turn the mat over for double the usage
- 30-, 45- and 60-degree bias lines make creating triangle and star shapes easy
- Store flat away from sunlight, heat and cold
- Clean with warm water and mild soap
- Lifetime warranty
- Self Healing Cutting Mat: Medium (18" x 24")
Our exclusive design punches a tag, punches a centered tag hole and even sets the eyelet without any noisy hammering.
Long-lasting mat is ideal for cutting full widths of fabric.
Pocket Scrapbooking Cards
1. Using the Standard Tag Maker, punch tag shapes from photographs. The tag maker punches tags that are 2 by 3 inches in size, so print your photos 3” by 4”. The tag shape adds a fun element to the photographs.
2. Punch about 8 to 10 tag shaped photos to make this banner. If you wish to make a longer or shorter banner, punch the number of photos for the desired length.
3. To add a pop of color and shine, adhere each tag-shaped photo onto a premade 3 by 4 inch pocket scrapbooking card. This is a fun way to stretch your supplies and make a quick banner.
4. Use some glitter clothespins atop each photo to add a little extra bling.
5. Attach a ribbon onto your mantle to make the banner.
6. Affix each photo onto the ribbon using the glitter clothespins.
7. Once the holiday season is over, you can dismantle the banner and easily store it as a pocket scrapbook page. To do this, simply unpin the clothespin and slide the photo card into the pockets.
Finally, just add some journaling to your page and pack the ribbon and clothespins away for next year’s banner.