6 Materials Needed:CPE 12" x 18" Stiff Felt Sheets & 9" x 12" Felt Sheets in Colors of Your Choice, Foam Zone 9" x 12" Glitter Foam Adhesive Sheets, Stitch Studio by Nicole Yarn(s) of Your Choice, Nicole Crafts Wood Dowels Glue Gun & Glue Sticks, Fabri-Tac Glue, Optional: Sponge Brush Mod Podge Waterbase Sealer Piece of Cardboard Scissors & Ruler
About this Project
Three cheers for showing off your spirit! Give these DIY felt pennants the old college try!
Create your own, snap a picture, and share using #ACMooreInspired.
1Measure, trace, and cut out an 18" long flag with a max height of 8" from stiff felt.
2Cut out the desired template(s) and trace them onto the 9" x 12" felt or to glitter adhesive foam sheet. When tracing on foam, trace on back placing the letters backwards. Attach felt letters to the flag with Fabri-Tac adhesive or adhere foam to the flag.
3To use a cotton fabric with a print or pattern of your choice, use a sponge brush to apply Mod Podge to the felt. Place fabric over felt and smooth to attach. Once dry, cut the excess fabric to match felt pennant shape.
4Use yarn colors of your choice to make a tassel or pom pom.
To make a tassel:
Step A: Cut a cardboard rectangle to the size you want your tassel.
Step B: Take yarn colors and wrap around cardboard to the thickness desired.
Step C: Take one piece of yarn and bring through one side to gather and tie tassel. Cut yarns at the other edge of cardboard.
Step D: Take another piece of yarn; make a loop positioning it with the tassel, and wrap around the top of tassel. Then, put the end through the loops, and pull the other end of loop to secure.
To make a pom pom:
Follow the instructions on the pom pom maker. Or follow the instructions found on this project.
5Apply hot glue to one side of the dowel to attach to the side of flag. Attach loose ends of the tassle or the pom pom alongside the dowel with a bit of hot glue.
6Cut a 1" strip to cover the dowel and cut to fit the top and bottom ends. Apply Fabri-Tac to attach strip.