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DIY Valentine Love Banner

Updated: February 5th, 2023

Whether you are planning ahead or need Valentine decor last minute, this DIY Love Banner is a super quick and easy project. This cute DIY Valentine's Craft is quick to create and fun to personalize with your own favorite colors and embellishments. It would be fun to make for wedding decor too. Use my free printable alphabet to make any word banner you'd like.

Make your own LOVE banner using paper, watercolor paints and a free printable by Jen Goode

DIY Valentine Love Banner

I don't always decorate for every holiday. But making fun word banners is a simple way to add an extra holiday touch without a lot of set up. Today's project is a Love Banner you can make for Valentine's Day (or any random Tuesday if you'd like). Simply download the full alphabet banner printable set, choose your letters and print on the paper of your choice. I'll show you how to add this pretty watercolor pink below.

Make an easy LOVE banner for Valentine's Day

Instead of using colored paper, I made my own. You can easily create your own watercolor paper using basic white cardstock and your watercolor paints. Add any colors you'd like. Blend or create a color wash. For this love banner, I used a couple different shades of pink and washed them together. Once the paper was dry, I printed the letters on to the paper.

Materials

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Download the free printable alphabet sets here.
NEW: get the SVG alphabet set too!

Supplies to make your own quick and easy LOVE banner for Valentine's Day

Instructions

  1. Print the letters on to your paper. To print 2 different letters to a page: Print one letter on to a piece of cardstock (I shrank the letters to 80%). Flip the paper over and print the next letter. Be careful to pay attention to which way you are inserting the paper into your printer so the letter prints on the page as you'd like. I like to practice once with standard printer paper so I don't accidentally use up my pretty watercolored paper.
  2. Cut out each banner.
  3. Glue or tape each banner to the twine.
  4. Display however you'd like.

You might also like: More Valentine Printables

Supplies you need to make your own love banner

You might also like this Candy Heart banner set. The entire printable Candy Heart banner set includes classic pennant-style background banners in a pastel color palette. Plus 3 sheets of candy heart designs featuring letters that spell out “Happy Valentines Day”.

Candy Heart Printable Banner Decor by Jen Goode
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You can create this love banner any size you'd like. Create other words or make a full love garland. This is a fun project to make with the kids or to decorate a door too.

Cut little hearts for extra decor accents
Make your own LOVE banner with free printable

You might also like this Floral Circles Alphabet banner SVG set. Or create a pretty banner with the printable Floral coloring card alphabet.

Make a pretty banner with your Cricut
Floral Alphabet coloring cards you can print and color - designed by Jen Goode
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2 thoughts on “DIY Valentine Love Banner”

  1. I “love” your love banner! I think it’s easier to just buy pretty patterned paper from the local office store, and print on those. An easy trick I found was to use a glue stick to make a thin layer on my paper (I used just a few streaks around the outside, then sprinkle a little glitter on them for an extra touch of sparkle, and let dry for an hour. Thank you for sharing!

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