Easter is here and that means Easter baskets and cute decor galore! I decided to try my hand at making some cute pennant flags for the kids. Not only can you display them with your decor but they make a super cute addition to their Easter Baskets as well. These are insanely easy to make and the best part is that I will be including the printable PDF for you to download and make your own at home at the end. If you haven’t gotten the chance to get into the free resource library yet, I definitely recommend entering your email to the right and getting the password sent to you!
What you will need to make your own Easter Flags
- Skewers or Lollipop sticks
- The flags
- Gorilla Glue
- Festive ribbon – I got mine at Michael’s
The first thing you will have to do is of course download the designs and print them out. I HIGHLY recommend printing them on cardstock so that they are sturdy and hold up. If you do it on regular printer paper they most likely will be fairly floppy and not be the cute pennant flags that have become insanely popular. The process after that is super easy, just glue the stick to the back of the flag and hold for about 15-20 seconds to make sure it is secure. Once that is done, tie some festive ribbon to the bottom and secure again with glue just so that you know it will hold. If your kids are anything like mine, they are destructive and if you don’t add that extra bit of glue, you’ll lose the cute ribbon.
You’re done! The kids enjoyed them and of course, I loved how they paired with my Easter decor. I will be adding one to each of their Easter Baskets as well which you can check out that blog and all things I’m putting into it here.
Free Easter Printable
Be sure to click the picture below to head to the free resource library to grab your free printable Easter pennant flags along with other printables like coloring pages, chore lists, alphabet tracing, SVG’s and more!
Check out more photos of these cute Easter flags below
These little flags are perfect in Easter baskets as well! Be sure to check out how I used them here.