{diy} Anna's 1st Birthday // colorful dots // paper straw flags



These are super easy to make!  They are so easy I feel very confident you don't need step by step pictures to do this!  All you need is cardstock, double sided tape, scissors, and a printer.  

On 8.5 x 11 paper design (in photoshop, Publisher, or Word) little flags 1" high.  You'll get 11 down the page.  Next type out what you want the flags to say.  Leave room for the tiny "v"s at the edges of the page on either side.  (If you aren't very crafty, Sarah Hearts put together a wonderful Word Template you can use.)

Now you are ready to print.  Printing on cardstock is best because the flags will hold their form better on sturdy paper.  Once you have them printed cut flags into strips.

Tape to straws.  (You can get paper straws on Amazon for an affordable price.  I just used cheap and plastic colored ones from Walmart) Then cut out little "v" at edge.  This gives you a true flag feeling.  Easy right?  And super festive! Enjoy!

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Friday, July 12, 2013

{diy} Anna's 1st Birthday // colorful dots // paper straw flags



These are super easy to make!  They are so easy I feel very confident you don't need step by step pictures to do this!  All you need is cardstock, double sided tape, scissors, and a printer.  

On 8.5 x 11 paper design (in photoshop, Publisher, or Word) little flags 1" high.  You'll get 11 down the page.  Next type out what you want the flags to say.  Leave room for the tiny "v"s at the edges of the page on either side.  (If you aren't very crafty, Sarah Hearts put together a wonderful Word Template you can use.)

Now you are ready to print.  Printing on cardstock is best because the flags will hold their form better on sturdy paper.  Once you have them printed cut flags into strips.

Tape to straws.  (You can get paper straws on Amazon for an affordable price.  I just used cheap and plastic colored ones from Walmart) Then cut out little "v" at edge.  This gives you a true flag feeling.  Easy right?  And super festive! Enjoy!

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1 Comments:

Blogger Sarah said...

They look great! So happy you could use my tutorial :)

July 12, 2013 at 2:24 PM  

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