Easy Like Sunday Morning: No.9

Easy Like Sunday Morning: Simple Banners | Damask LoveProject-Ranking-Format

I guess I have a think for banner flags. I’ve used them here, here and here…and today I have another banner tutorial that is incredibly easy. Considering I’m working on two hours of sleep right now – I’ll keep this short for fear that I might start rambling about completely random and unrelated topics. Although…that wouldn’t be too different than my usual commentary!

Here we go:
Easy Like Sunday Morning: Simple Banners | Damask Love

Easy Like Sunday Morning: Simple Banners | Damask Love

Easy Like Sunday Morning: Simple Banners | Damask Love

Easy Like Sunday Morning: Simple Banners | Damask Love


These simple little banners are great for beginners to use in card-making. Just adhere the banner to a patterned card front  and you’re done! This is also an awesome project for group crafting since it simple and fun to do.Easy Like Sunday Morning: Simple Banners | Damask Love

Easy Like Sunday Morning: Simple Banners | Damask Love



  1. i love this. looks so easy! did you round the top corners of the main banner part? i love that little detail. and how amazing are those copics! looks so good.
    its my sunday night here, but this sweet little post just eased me into bed. hope you get some sleep too…

  2. Holly Saveur on said:

    SUPER!!you make it look so very easy..everything!
    thank you for each day all your inspiration and stunning projects..LOVE it!

  3. Nita K. on said:

    Wow! This is so cool. I’ve been eyeing the dies that make these, now I can spend my money on something else.

  4. Amy on said:

    These are awesome! So simple but so cute, too. ^_^

  5. janet on said:

    Very clever, and so sweet – love the “dimension” the shading gives the banner :)

    Thank you!

  6. Nancy Collins on said:

    What a great optical illusion! – I couldn’t believe it until I reread your instructions a couple of times. Appreciate your blog and all the work involved in thinking things up and demo-ing them! Thanks.

  7. marylouh on said:

    Stampin’ Up will have a small fishtail punch in their new yearly catalog in June. Seeing the ends of your “ribbon” reminded me to use that punch. Your post came at a good time as I was trying to design an Easter card. The banner turned out well and was a little easier to make. I’ve used your idea before – it works great also. Enjoy your posts. Thanks.

  8. Lisa Norstrom on said:

    Really nice effect – I am definitely going to try this – I have two days off to play in my craft room – thanks for the great idea! I also love how you used the square punch to make even flag ends.

  9. Margaret R on said:

    Trompe l’oeil – so cool! Excellent tutorial.

  10. SueB on said:

    Ok, I’m making some of these cuties right now!!! Genius.

  11. Caryn S. (Scrapnsing) on said:

    You always take the simple things and make them sublime…What a clever way to make a banner. Who needs die cuts?

  12. Karen B on said:

    Just made one – so easy! Thank you so much for sharing this.

  13. Shay on said:

    Such a great and easy tutorial. *LOVE* your blog and really appreciate how much time, effort, expertise, talent and skill you bring to it!

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