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Fabric and Iron-On Banner with Cricut Maker

Fabric and Iron-On Banner with Cricut Maker

Earlier this summer, I had the privilege of throwing my sister-in-law a baby shower. There was a team of us planning it and I got to work on most of the decor for the shower— of course, that meant I had to use my Cricut! I have a bunch of baby shower projects coming your way in the next few weeks and to get us started, I'm showing you how to make a fabric banner using iron-on and fabric.

This banner is special because the fabric I used is actually the fabric my mother-in-law used to make a quilt for my soon-to-be niece or nephew! I used the fabric to make a "Favors" banner and also a "Books" banner.

Before we get started, I wanted to let you know that I used my Cricut Maker to cut the fabric. However, if you don't have the Maker, you can definitely still make this project— just cut the fabric by hand or used stabilized fabric on your Explore machine!



 I also used the same material and followed the same tutorial to make a smaller version for this crate of books:

I was really happy with how this project turned out and I can't wait to share more baby shower projects with you! Happy making, friends.


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