Hand Painted Pennants

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This project was a collaborative effort...

My daughter Kasey hand painted the pennants 
on triangles of canvas...

and I added the grommets and the twine...

I was lucky enough to be the recipient of a ton of 
mini grommets and a grommet maker. 

A friend knew someone who was downsizing her 
crafts and she immediately thought of me. (Thanks Jean!)

I knew those thousands of colored grommets 
would come in handy some day.

They were perfect for this project!

Adorable for a party or just for festive decorating.

And I got a matching chevron Homeroad sign in the deal too!


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  1. Love!!! Pinning your brilliance!! ;)

  2. I love the hanpainted pennants!!!
    Stopping by today from

    Have a blessed day!

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  4. Are your triangles sewn as two pieces of fabric or just cut with pinking shears?

    1. The triangles are heavy canvas cut with straight scissors Cindy :)

  5. Cute, your daughter did good and so did your friend.

  6. This is such a great idea. I love the way the pennant turned out. Grommets are an inspired little detail... Your daughter did a very good job painting them... very subtle and pretty.

  7. Cute, Susan! The grommets are really a great detail.


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