Paper Fox Banner

Over the weekend, I had a window of opportunity to do a little craft while the kids were asleep. I decided to work on a few things for their half birthday coming up. I managed to make two banners – one for the kiddos and one for the house! It was just something fun and as always, easy! This little paper fox banner is playful and fun! It adds a whimsical feel to your home!

You will need:

  • Paper (I chose some wrapping paper I got for $1 with vintage news columns)
  • Scissors
  • Sharpie
  • Hot glue gun
  • Twine

What to do:

Cut a medium sized square out of your paper. Fold the paper in a triangle. With your sharpie, draw a long triangle down the center of the paper triangle. This will start to form your little fox face! Next,  add your eyes and a little nose! It’s super simple! I made 6 triangles altogether, which was the perfect amount. I placed the twine in the center of the two folds of the triangle. I dabbed a small amount of hot glue to secure the paper to the twine. Arrange them all a few inches apart and then you are done! The kids think this banner is great – they have an obsession with woodland creatures right now!

This is a fast little project if you are looking for something simple to add to your fall decor. I am all about foxes this year for the fall season. I love all the little foxy items Target has right now – I actually bought a fox candleholder a little while ago from one of their new lines.

What are you loving this fall for your home decor? Let me know if you found this simple banner inspiring or useful!

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