Boy Bedroom No-Sew Pendant Flag Banner

When I purchased new boy’s bedding (for an awesome deal) recently, I was stoked that all the sheets, bedding, and shams came wrapped inside matching fabric!  Of course I had to think of a way to put it to good use!  Flipping through my old Pottery barn magazines I came up with just the thing: a Boy Bedroom No-Sew Pendant Flag Banner

What’s better than being able to make a boy bedroom no-sew pendant flag banner for free!?!?  How?!?  Recycle Fabric Packaging: Duvet Cover sacks, Sheet Set sacks, and Sham sacks!!!

I grabbed a pair of scissors and started chopping away at the packaging and came up with as many triangles as I could manage.

Fabric triangles, fabric glue, and 3 feet of bias tape made this a super simple home decor project.

I stretched my project out on my large dining room table, turned craft table, spacing the triangles out along the bias tape and attaching both sides of the flags to the bias tape with fabric glue.  After the banner dried, I used a little spray starch and an iron.  Then I traced around each flag with fabric glue so the fabric scraps wouldn’t unravel further.

A couple command strip grippers and the boys were loving their bold orange and navy wall art!

Check out the definition frame makeover: an ugly thrift store frame with a DIY drop cloth covered mat and free Honor and Courage printables, too.

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  1. says:

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  2. Aimee, love this banner! Great feature over at Uncommon 🙂 Have a great night!

  3. Heidi says:

    I love that you recycled, and the banner turned out so great! I’m hosting a linky party “One Creative Weekend” at I’d love for you to visit and link up this idea and/or anything else you’d like to share.

  4. Tabitha says:

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  5. Great idea! I love that you don’t have to sew it!

  6. Kathy Moody says:

    What a great idea and so cute!! 🙂

  7. says:

    Very cute! 🙂

  8. Love those colors together and what a fantastic way to reuse the packaging. Great job!

  9. Missy@SomedayCrafts says:

    Such a great idea! Thanks for sharing with us at Someday Crafts! I will be featuring your project tomorrow Morning on our blog. Please stop back in and grab a Featured at Someday Crafts Button for your blog. Thanks for the inspiration!

  10. Steph @ Crafting in the Rain says:

    Great eye 🙂

  11. The fabrics you used look terrific together! Yeah!

  12. Jodi says:

    This is so adorable! What a great way to use old fabric.

  13. Bliss says:

    This is exactly the type idea I’m in need of for my sons room. Gotta pin it so I remember.


  14. Alexandra says:

    That’s such a great way to use those bags! Great idea!

  15. What a great way to use up things, make a cool decoration and spend no money.

  16. Kim (The Money Pit) says:

    What a great idea. I would have wondered “what should I do with these neat little bags” and cutting them up would never had crossed my mind! Genius!

  17. Hope says:

    This is adorable! Great colors too!

  18. Genius! Love how it turned out.

  19. Kara says:

    What a fun idea!

  20. How clever and cute is this. I love it. Hugs, Marty

  21. Megan says:

    What a fantastic idea, Aimee! It looks great! Megan