I started by decoupaging the background I wanted to use for the Psalms 23 verse to the first of the four wooden pennants. Once dry I carefully edged the design with my fingernails using the wooden canvas as guide to tear the paper.
Before I applied the design I used the end of my paint brush to poke the holes through the front of the pennant so I could string it later. Then I applied one more light coat of mod podge to seal.
Next I used the tearing method to edge around the verse wording I wanted to feature. (Make sure you also separate the ply of the napkin so that you only get the top layer).
TIP: Use a zip lock bag to smooth out the design wording from the inside out
After the the words were as smooth as I wanted I applied a last coat of mod podge to seal and let it dry.
From there you can add whatever embellishments or simply add your jute string to hang.
For a full banner of 4 pennants, repeat the same process with pennant and string together. Don't forget to loop knot the ends so you can hang!
If you try this project I'd love to see it!
Tag @christiancraftpaper and I may feature your creation!