Paper Medallion Holiday Banner

December 11, 2013

With the busy holiday season in full swing, so many prefer a quick and easy craft that doesn’t take too much time or cost a lot of money. A few weeks ago, we created this sweet and simple paper medallion banner to spread Christmas cheer on the kitchen mantel.

paper medallion holiday banner

The paper medallions were created with gift wrap, paper snowflakes, and chipboard letters – this is a fun project for kids and one that can be reused year after year.

glittered letter paper medallion

 

To recreate, here’s what you’ll need: 30” wrapping paper, chipboard letters, craft glue, glitter, double sided tape, paper snowflakes, hot glue, twill ribbon.

paper medallion steps

 

1) Apply glue to chipboard letters then coat with glitter, allow to dry. 2) Cut a 7” long strip of wrapping paper then cut it in half. 3) Fold paper back and forth every 1” into a fan shape, 4) repeat for second piece and secure together with double sided tape. 5) Secure snowflakes to paper medallion (I used snowflakes from this kit), 6) attach glittered cardstock letters to paper medallions and secure to twill ribbon with hot glue.

 

noel banner

holiday paper medallion banner

 

Pick any seasonal sentiment from “peace” to “merry” to recreate your own!

 

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10 Responses to “Paper Medallion Holiday Banner”

  1. kathy says:

    The medallions are so beautifully done and a great idea for that space. I can imagine smaller-sized ones for the tree as well. I love medallions for any holiday. I just wanted to compliment you on your line of paper products-they’re great patterns and colors. I can imagine the amount of work it took to get it launched. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and your family. I always look forward to reading your blog and seeing what new projects you’re up to.

  2. So simple and pretty I shared with my Facebook Group Page followers.

  3. Love this!! We made something similar two years ago and it broke last year, boo!!! Need to redo this. :)

  4. CentsationalGirl says:

    Very kind Kathy, I appreciate that so much!
    Kate

  5. Vel says:

    Yey! Another giftwrap project! Love it Kate!

  6. Helena Dias says:

    Very cute and appears easy to make

  7. Christine S says:

    Love this project, Kate! I am busy making batches of Paper Poinsettias for gifts and our home – you would love them! Next up though is this Medallion Banner. I made my own Merry Christmas Paper Banner Years ago – I will take a photo and try to email you the pic, along with a snapshot of my poinsettias in the making. This is just gorgeous!!! I would love to make a reusable Happy Birthday version for my three boys. Merry Christmas!!

  8. That looks SO pretty! and it’s simple, I want to do a “Merry Christmas” version :D

  9. Chris Mcnabb says:

    What a simple and fun project to do. It will look nice, not cost a lot of money and should not take a long time to make. Its a win win in my book.

  10. Rita says:

    Hi Kate, I love how patient you are – taking photos of everything and sharing with others. Merry Christmas to you and your family……Rita

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