6/30 | DIY Quote Canvas Banners

Hey guys, I’ve got a great DIY project for you all to make. You’re really going to like it! I’ve been seeing these simple trendy quote banners lately and decided to put my own spin on them using our beloved Cricut and Cricut Brand Iron On! These DIY Quote Canvas Banners are super inexpensive, no sew, and easy to create! You will love customizing it with your favorite quotes. I’ll show you how to make it down below, but be thinking of what quote you’ll use.

Canvas Fabric | Small Wooden Dowels | Thin Twine | Cricut | Cricut Brand Iron On | Scissors | Hot Glue Gun | Ruler | Iron | Press Cloth
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Step 1:
Lay out your canvas fabric and measure it out however big you would like your banner to be. Be sure to leave room to fold the top for gluing and about 6″ on the bottom for the swallowtail cut. Cut the fabric to size, then cut your swallowtail.

Step 2: Now go on your computer, download this image right here, and import it. Then upload it into Cricut Design Space and size it to fit your banner. With your Cricut Mat apply the Cricut Brand Iron On, making sure it’s shiny side down. Load the Cricut, making sure to select “Mirror Image”, and change the setting to “Iron On”. Then press Go!

Step 3: After your design is finished, use the Cricut tools to remove the excess so only your quote is left on the mat.

Step 4:  Measure and find the middle of your banner. Then with your iron on the hottest setting, heat up the area you’re going to apply the Cricut Brand Iron On to. Position the quote on the banner, lay a press cloth over it, then iron. Use a pressing motion and make sure you get all the areas.

Step 5: Let it cool and remove the transfer sheet carefully to reveal your quote!

Step 6: Now that your banner is almost done, flip it over and lay the dowel on the top of the fabric, and fold to see where you need to glue. Then remove the dowel, glue the fold, and reinsert the dowel.
Step 7: Cut and tie a piece of twine onto both ends of the dowel. Then hang it on your wall!

Did you not LOVE this project? I cannot believe how easy these were to create. I think these would be great gifts for friends that just got married, a new apartment, or home. Who would you make one for? Leave us a comment! Also, if you loved this Cricut project, check out our others here.
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