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Learn how to make your own mini moon banner!
Recently I bought a whole bunch of little wooden circles from the craft store. They were going to be used for another project but that project was a craft fail. So I began thinking of a new project where I could use these little circles.

At about that time I remembered a felt moon banner that I had saw on pinterest (which was super cool). I decide to change the felt moons to wood and gave the project a try. I loved the final results and decided to make it into a full diy :)

Posted by Katie K. from Dayton, Ohio, United States • Published See Katie K.'s 21 projects »
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  • How to make a garland. Phases Of The Moon Mini Banner - Step 1
    Step 1

    Drill two small holes on each side of your wooden circles.

  • How to make a garland. Phases Of The Moon Mini Banner - Step 2
    Step 2

    Then paint all of your wooden circles black.

  • How to make a garland. Phases Of The Moon Mini Banner - Step 3
    Step 3

    Once your circles are dry, go and google ''phases of the moon''. When you find a picture/chart that shows each moon phase print it out. This will help you keep track of what each phase looks like.

    Then begin painting each moon phase with your gray paint. I also added a little bit of grey glitter to give my moons some sparkle.

  • How to make a garland. Phases Of The Moon Mini Banner - Step 4
    Step 4

    When your moons are dry, you can then start connecting them together. To do that, just cut a small piece of embroidery thread and feed each end through the back of two of your wooden circles. Then tie a knot in the front. Keep repeating this step until all your moons are connected.

    Once all your moons are connected, go and add some embroidery thread to the ''black''moons on each end of your banner. This will create the loops to hang your banner.

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jayc456
jayc456 · Ballarat, Victoria, AU
wonderful - I love it - what a great idea
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Thera Joyce
Thera Joyce · Chandler, Arizona, US · 57 projects
I love this! Thanks for sharing. Happy
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