When I shared my son's big boy bedroom, I promised tutorials & details were coming...and here I am still trying to keep good on that promise! I made a big pennant banner that hangs above his headboard that's customized with his name on it. I had to make some other ones for a church activity & I knew it was the perfect opportunity to show you just how I did it, so you can make one too!
You can either buy you own prre-made felt pennant flag (from Hobby Lobby) or make your own. It's the basic elementary concept...fold your paper hot dog style, make a straight line, cut, then trace onto your felt piece. Just make sure your flag is wide enough to fit your letters.
When you're printing out your letters, be sure to flip it, so it prints out the mirror image. Because we're taping it onto out peel-and-stick felt. It can be bought in big packs, or single sheets for .99 at the craft store and it is amazing. It comes in the basic rainbow colors so you don't have to use white. Using a few pieces of tape, tape down your letters to the paper side.
I like using my small thread scissors to cut them out, especially with the font I chose this time, to get into all those 90 degree angles.
When you're peeling and sticking, I learned the hard way with this font that a little at a time is the best method. With my son's pennant banner, you'll see the font is totally different and it was easy for my to just peel off the whole back and stick.
Once you've got your letters on, it's time to give it an authentic pennant look. Cut a strip from your peel & stick felt and stick it right to the edge of the banner. Then cute 4 small pieces, the same width, and place them as pictured below.
And you're done! Customize it any way you want with colors and fonts or even shapes and logos!