November Monday Made It - Give Thanks Banner

This is my first attempt at creating a pennant banner for my classroom. While it isn't the best thing out there or even my own actual design, I am proud of it! I got the clip art and frames from The Digital Bake Shop. The font is DJ ChunkM from DJ Inkers. I did it all in MS Word, since I don't have Photoshop or anything like that. I couldn't figure out how to crop the background paper image into a pennant shape, so when I printed them out, it looked like this.

It was easy to cut them into a pennant shape, and I used the extra scraps to Mod Podge onto some clothespins for hanging the pennants on the line. And of course I laminated them before hanging so that they would last.

So if anyone knows how to crop images into certain shapes in MS Word, please comment with the instructions! :)

Is it sad that this is the only thing that I have for this month's Monday Made It?

10 comments

  1. Your banner looks great:) Love it! Thanks for linking up:)

    4th Grade Frolics

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    1. Thanks for still doing the linky! :)

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  2. Love it! I don't know if you could crop the background into a pennant shape in Word, but you may be able to start with the pennant shape and then fill it with your background.

    Amanda
    Teaching Maddeness

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  3. I love your "Give Thanks" pennant banner. I had a "Welcome" pennant banner up at the beginning of the year and your banner makes me realize how much I need a new pennant banner. Adorable!

    Thanks for the inspiration,
    Kim

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  4. very cute

    Terri
    thefirstgradeprincess.blogspot.com

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  5. Use powerpoint! So much easier to work with than word!

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    1. I've never thought of PowerPoint for anything other than presentations. Hmm...

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