{Canada Day} Banner

As you may already know, I love decorating with simple, "book page banners" for the holidays.  Here is the cute one we made to celebrate Canada Day.

Want to make one with your kids {or on your own}?

1)  Trim the book pages and cut a "V" out of the bottom of each page.  {I used six pages, but you can use as many as you like.}

2)  Have your child color "maple leafs" and cut them out.  {You can draw your own, or you can download the template I made for you here.}

3)  Have your child glue the maple leafs onto the book pages.

4)  Then, hole-punch the top of each page, and string all the pieces together with a piece of twine or string.

It is an inexpensive and easy Canada Day craft for kids, and you'll end up with some super-cute holiday decor!  :-)

Happy Canada Day!

Gina Bell (aka East Coast Mommy)
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  1. Very nice! Love the book pages! Thanks for sharing.

  2. This looks fantastic, Gina! So nice that your kids got in on the decorating :) I made a Canada Day banner with my Silhouette and have some free Canada Day printables available if you'd like to share the Canadian love :)

    Happy Canada Day!


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