All Strung Out Summer DIY Party Banner

It is always summer here in Arizona, but summer is also just around the corner for everywhere else. What better way to celebrate, but with flamingos, palms and a party! Create this easy DIY party banner for your next summer shindig, follow the simple steps below to create yours:

  1. Die-cut mat board and wood paper from larger Banner die. Die-cut mixed media paper from the same-shaped, smaller Banner due.
  2. Adhere wood paper to mat board.
  3. Use a Tool ‘N One with the sponge applicator to apply distress ink to die-cut mixed media paper.
  4. Mist paper lightly with water. Blot with paper towel.
  5. Die-cut sentiment from gold poster board. Adhere sentiment to banner using foam dots.
  6. Attach mixed media piece to Banner base with Velcro or foam dots.
  7. Die-cut Flamingo from pink, white and pink-glittered paper. Assemble and attach to Banner.
  8. Die-cut Monstera Leaves from various shades of green paper.
  9. Die-cut Palm Fronds from gold poster board.
  10. Adhere Fronds and Monstera Leaves onto Banner.
  11. Attach flowers to Banner.
  12. Adhere ribbon to back of Banner.
  13.  Adhere Crystal Drops or Pretty Pink Posh Clear droplets if desired.



Platinum™ Machine by Spellbinders™ – PL-001

Type-Oh! Contour™ Die: SR-011

Three’s A Crowd: SR-013

Flamingo Die: S3-248

Palm Fronds: S4-726

Monstera Leaves: S4-727

Adhesive of Your Choice

Foam Dots

Glue Gun

Gold Poster Board

Green Ribbon-1/8”

Mat Board


Paper Towel

Pink Glittered Paper

Pink, White, Green Cardstock

Pretty Pink Posh Clear droplets

Small Paper Flowers

Tool N One-Sponge Applicator


Wood Paper, Birch By Arc Paper

, , , , ,

Debi Adams

As far as she can remember, Debi has been crafting, creating and doing art in one form or another. Born and raised in Southern California and the mother of four grown daughters, Debi is an in-house Senior Creative Designer at Spellbinders. She considers herself an “eclectic artist”, dabbling in mixed-media, party décor, paper crafting, painting, calligraphy, sewing, floral arranging, and everything in between. She has been featured in Somerset Studios, Where Women Cook and Where Women Create magazines. Though her passion is in creating art, she finds as much joy in giving it away. Her free time is spent junking, traveling, seeing her girls and new grandson and creating…art!


Leave a Reply