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No Sew

Just a quick one but then mine always are!!! This is so easy and fun…get yourself some posterboard 14″ by 4 1/2″ to be exact but you can vary size depending… Cut a piece of fabric twice as big and wrap around posterboard clipping away any excess and glue down. (I only use hot glue I refuse to be slowed down by drying times) and fold your fabric tightly around all sides and glue into place. Next fold in half and if you have any trims, pom poms work best ,glue to the inside bottoms now (be certain that both sides are glued down to the inside cardboard and let dangle……what you’ll have are letters that you can just slide right on to the ribbon one by one. I glued mine in place by just hot gluing the inside top centers of each posterboard letter. Then for fun I used a scallop shaped die-cut and pre-glittered letters…..and of course these are the new Sis Boom Bellbottoms I was chatting about!!! The possibilities are infinite……so go crazy.Img_1164
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39 Responses to “No Sew”

  1. Stephanie says:

    So easy, so cute! Thanks for the instructions! You could make one of these for just about anything…

  2. M&Co says:

    What a great project!! So fresh and easy!!

  3. What a cute little project!
    I hope you had a WONDERFUL Valentine’s Day with your sweetie!!!
    Hugs,
    Heather
    http://www.speckled-egg.blogspot.com

  4. Too cute, quite quick, very sweet and *love* the FABRIC you used! :) Have a great weekend!
    *Heidi*

  5. Looks so fun and addicting! I am so so so excited for the new fabric!!!! xoxo

  6. jessi nagy says:

    so cute!!!
    i love it!
    no sewing machines!!!
    hope you had a great valentines day!
    jessi

  7. Jamie Walker says:

    This is soooo gonna happen at POPIN!!! happy belated V-day! ~Jamie

  8. jeanetta says:

    oh i am the same way abotu the glue. i dont do anything hardly with out my trusty glue gun.
    have glue gun… will craft. :)

  9. Alison Gibbs says:

    Fabulous tutorial Jennifer.
    Thanks Alison

  10. Mary says:

    Thanks for another great project idea, Jennifer! I swear, one of these days I will make the time to do one. LOL!

  11. Karla says:

    I saw the words “no sew” and perked right up! LOL.
    Karla

  12. Jennifer P. says:

    See–you could have made like a hundred of those and just sold them to us and I’m sure we would have bought them all up–but you actually SHOWED us how to make them ourselves! Sweet! Love the fabric too!

  13. jona says:

    So adorable and easy to boot! Yippy! The funny thing is I was wanting to make one of these but was dreading all the sewing and applique work. Thank you!

  14. Thanks, this is great idea! Now, I just need the new fabrics…I’ve been thinking about them since you first posted the pictures.

  15. Bobbie Lynn Duran says:

    Oh Jennifer thank you for sharing this with us.

  16. Firefly Hill says:

    So cute! Thanks for sharing this Jennifer!
    Annie

  17. cc says:

    LOVe these – I am going to do one for my daughter’s room with her initial – what a cute idea for gift tags too! I totally agree on the speed of the glue gun – I need instant satisfaction and use my xyron 510 alot for this stuff – double sided adhesive. will change your life. Martha’s people have been using Twin-Tack lately – seems a bit more expensive, but it’s larger in size. Thanks for showing us another really great idea!

  18. Stacey says:

    Wow Jennifer these are awesome! I just ordered some of your fabric after being inspired by the dresses, now this too! I may have to try if I have some extra! :)
    Keep up the fab stuff

  19. Stacey says:

    Wow Jennifer these are awesome! I just ordered some of your fabric after being inspired by the dresses, now this too! I may have to try if I have some extra! :)
    Keep up the fab stuff

  20. clarice says:

    Ohh brillant idea, espically for those that do not sew !!!! Clarice

  21. Pam says:

    now you’ve done it!!!
    teehee, this is the first tute that convinced me to go ahead and finally make one of these dandy little banners! wtg, and thanx!

  22. Jennifer…how clever!!!
    Simple enough for even the kids to make!
    Thanks for sharing!
    Love the new fabrics…drool!
    With friendship,
    Lisa

  23. Sadie Lou says:

    So Fabulous! I think I’ll make a really long one and hang it in my room!!
    Thanks for the tutorial!
    ~Sadie

  24. Traci says:

    I have been working on the sewing type for my kids’ rooms, but have only finished one. These are so much cuter and easier. Love them and thanks for sharing.

  25. Megan says:

    I always love a quick easy project! it packs a punch too for such a simple project! :)

  26. linda says:

    What a great idea and so simple. I hate sewing and love my hotglue gun so this project is just perfect for me.
    Thank you
    Cheers Linda

  27. What a cute and simple banner idea!
    I think I’ll precute some fabric and cardboard and make that a craft project for my little niece.
    She loves anything pink and girly.
    Kimberly :)

  28. Tracy says:

    Great idea! I love to sew…but even no-sew on occasion is ok–LOL! Happy Day :o)

  29. How cute is that, Jen? And quick and easy. I’m gonna go right up and make my “Periwinkle” sign!
    Cheryl

  30. Jen R says:

    Very cute, this would go great in my girls room and I’m all about the no-sew..
    Jen R

  31. oh, jennifer! these are so lovely!

  32. what a fabulous project!!! so very cute!!! xo Britt

  33. Liz says:

    Beautiful! Thanks for sharing with us.
    Liz

  34. Amy says:

    Just love it. It is such an easy idea with lots of impact. Those are always my favorite. Thanks for sharing. Amy

  35. Amy says:

    Just love it. It is such an easy idea with lots of impact. Those are always my favorite. Thanks for sharing. Amy

  36. LOVE IT!!!! Way cute!! And so simple too. Thanks for sharing with us.

  37. Lisa says:

    Wow, that is simple. What a great project. Love the fabrics of course.

  38. Perfect garland with your beautiful fabrics.
    Thank You Jennifer.
    Hugs,
    Carol

  39. Samantha says:

    Oh, this is so cute – what a great idea!
    I love pom poms!

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