DIY Pink Palm Leaf Banner

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Can’t every day feel like a vacation?! That’s one fun thing I’ve learned throughout creating DIYs, exploring around my town, and of course re-doing the interior of my home. Don’t fall into that easy pattern of getting stuck in your daily grind. Ugh, I used to do that ALL the time too! ;) You are the pilot and can create your own home and surroundings to feel like you’re always on vacation! Okay, so that doesn’t guarantee life will be totally stress free, but having this change of scenery truly does leaps and bounds!
 

 
As the sun is finally coming out more often and the season is changing, I am planning some outdoor entertaining on my end. Does anyone else have any exciting summer plans?
 

 
You’ve probably noticed by now that I am obsessed with palm leaves! Not only do they make me think of vacations, but they just sing fun to me! ;) So I spray painted some palm leaves and strung them with string and BOOM! We were all set!
 

 
This palm leaf banner is perfect for draping behind a dessert table or photo backdrop! OR even a nursery wall! The sky is the limit- literally, you can just fly to Hawaii and totally feel like you’re on vacation! ;) But in all seriousness, this pink palm leaf banner is sure to bring some cheer and joy to your next party! Ready. Set! GO!
 

  

How To Make A DIY Pink Palm Leaf Banner

MATERIALS:

  • Cardstock
  • Palm leaves
  • Your favorite palm leaf stencil
  • Pink spray paint
  • Gold spray paint
  • Hole punch
  • String
  • Scissors

 

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Trace your palm leaves onto your card stock, then cut out. Spray paint your palm leaves gold and let dry.
  2. Spray paint the actual palm leaves pink and let dry.
  3. Use a hole punch to create hold on the stem end of each palm leaf.
  4. String each palm leaf onto your string.

 

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Photography for Best Friends For Frosting by Jenn Bartell
Pineapple Cake Topper: Moon & Lola

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