DIY Paper Triangle Bunting Tutorial

DIY Paper Triangle Bunting Tutorial

My post about the paper triangle bunting that I made for Talia's Teddy Bear Picnic Birthday Party has been a popular one. I originally just posted the idea and linked to the tutorial that I had found online.

That tutorial came from a blog that has since become private,
so I've received a lot of comments from people looking for the tutorial.

So, here it is!

How to make a triangle banner with 12x12 Scrapbook Paper at

You'll Need:12x12 Scrapbook Paper
(Each piece will make 4 double sided triangles for your bunting-
each triangle will be 5" wide)

Paper Cutter (or scissors)
(Optional: Laminator & hole punch)

Here's what you do:

Easy Paper Bunting from 12x12 scrapbook paper at

1. Measure 5" over from the edge of your paper & make a mark.
Then measure 5" over from that mark (mark it).
Do the same on the opposite side of the paper
(making sure that you start from the same end of the paper).

2. Using your pencil and a straight edge, join those marks diagonally (as shown in the picture)

3. You can also draw a line straight through the middle of the paper (shown in pink) to help you to make sure your lines are going on the same angle, so that your triangles will all be the same.

Cut on the blue lines. (You can cut on the pink line, too, but if you leave it alone, you won't have to do as much taping later)

4. You'll end up with diamonds & triangles. Match up your triangles and tape them together on the back side of the paper (where the tape won't show), so that you end up with a double sided triangle.

Easily make a triangle bunting with 12x12 scrapbook paper at

5. For the diamond shapes, just fold them in half to make double sided triangles and tape the pointed end together with a piece of rolled tape.

6. Slide the string between the paper to hang your bunting, and you're finished!

7. If you want a sturdier bunting that will last for many uses, you can laminate your triangles. Cut them out, then punch small holes in the top two corners of your triangle to thread the string through.

I hope this tutorial helps! :)
I've made a couple of banners this way & have been really happy with them!


Some other great paper crafts:

Paper Fortune Cookies

Paper Butterfly Display Frame

Heart Garland

Origami Lanterns

Paper Lillies


  1. Awesome tutorial! I love making banners! I am visiting you today from Made by you Mondays! I would love to have you link this tutorial up at my link party; Party In Polka Dots! My readers come to my blog to print some of the printables I offer which include some DIY banners... they would probably love to find this tutorial there as well!

    Thanks so much for sharing! Hope to see you there!


  2. Great little tutorial! I love bunting banners. It is an addiction. Thank you for sharing! I’d love to have you visit our Pattern Party! Those with free patterns and templates are invited to link up from the 1st of the month to the 10th . See you soon!

  3. I love this, especially because its so simple! Thanks for linking up on Funday Monday!

  4. This is the cutest idea and it makes a big difference in the room. I made this for my daughters first birthday to put in the dinner area and then I hung it in her room to make it a little more festive. Great idea and super easy, thank you!

  5. Hey! Thanks! I used this tutorial to add a little more spice to my MCYT indie bedroom! I love tutorials like these, especially when they're so simple!


Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment- I love reading them! :)
~Heather Lynne

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