DIY Love {Nursery Wall Art: Name Banner}

Here is a quick, easy, and cheap project for you:

I have wanted a name banner for my son's nursery since he was born. I have toyed with the idea of either making a banner or using the wooden letters. And, considering we are closing on our first house today, I went with the most inexpensive choice, the banner.

It was so easy. I can't say it enough.
All you need is some fun scrapbook paper and ribbon. You can also add something like cardboard to the back to make it sturdier.
I chose to draw and cut out the letters by hand, but I don't suggest it. It was very tedious, let me tell you. I then cut out squares and glued the letters to that.
To finish it off, all you have to do is punch holes and run a ribbon through each lettered square.

Ta-Da!
There you have it folks.
The easiest name banner you will ever make! When we move into our new home, I plan to put it above the crib. There will be more easy and cheap nursery decorations to come, so stay tuned!

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