This free Santa Merry Christmas Banner Printable is a wonderful and super easy Christmas Project.You can use it as a Cricut print and cut project or simply print off and cut out by hand. This is such a quick and easy way to create some DIY Christmas Decorations to decorate you home for Christmas parties and celebrations for the holidays.
It’s also a wonderful Christmas activity to get the kiddies involved. Additionally, do check out our Christmas colouring pages over at ABC Colouring we have lots to keep the little ones busy over the festivities.
How To Make A Merry Christmas Banner With My Free Downloads?
You Will Need
- A4 Card
- String or Ribbon
- Hole punch or silent setter
- Scissors to cut out by hand
- Cricut Maker or Explore ( If you are going to print and cut)
Print Your Santa Claus Bunting
Start by opening the files, and putting A4 card into your printer. Also note that card will look better than paper, although you can use paper too. You now have several options.
You can open each file and send each Santa Merry Christmas Banner to print. The A4 files are sized to fill a full page, which is the perfect size for classrooms and village halls. The PNG are slightly smaller.
Or alternatively, if you want your Santa Merry Christmas Banner flags to be a different size? I have provided the banner in PNG and file format, these will open in Word, Pages and the free version of Canva. Simply import or upload and size to the size you would like to print, ensuring they are all the same size before sending to print.
Alternatively upload to Cricut as print and cut files, and your Cricut Machine will print and cut the project for you at whatever size you choose. I have a full post on how to use Cricut Print and Cut if you are new to Cricut.
Cut Out Your Santa Merry Christmas Banner
Next use a guillotine to cut out the edges off your Santa banner. And use a pair of scissors to cut out the V area of the banner flag.
If you have a Cricut send to cut making sure you load the flag into your Cricut the same way as it appears on your screen.
Make Holes To Hang The Banner
Once your Merry Christmas Banner banner is cut I have marked out where the holes go with coloured dots, simply use a hole punch or silent setter to create holes to thread string through.
Hang The Banner
Lastly organised you letters and thread the string through the banner. I thread from the front to the back of the first hole. This way the string threads along the back of the flag and your Merry Christmas banner looks neater.
How To Get This Free Printable Merry Christmas Banner?
Simply click on the image below or this link to get my free Cricut Printable Merry Christmas Banner PNG downloads on the download page. However, make sure your pop-up blocker is turned off, if the email doesn’t land check your spam folder. Here’s how you upload the files to Cricut Design Space if you are using Cricut to cut your banner.
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