Pennants 11


I have a new pennant shape for you today and as with the other shapes, I have given you a straight edge and a couple of scalloped edged versions too.

I made a masculine banner today with a nautical feel, I cut my straight edge pennants from some taupe coloured card and added a layer of green and blue check paper. I cut some ships wheels, which you can find in this post, from some dark brown card and cut some large letters to layer on top of the wheels with 3d foam pads. I punched some holes in the corners of my pennants then threaded them together with some heavy twine to resemble rope.

dad banner

Here’s your Free Cut File – Formats include ai, dxf, gsd, mtc, pdf, studio & svg:
(click on the link below the image to download)

Pennants 11 by Bird

Pennants 11 Digital Cutting File by Bird

18 thoughts on “Pennants 11

  1. Margret

    Good Golly! Every time I think you’ve outdone do it again. I can see these “pocket” pennants cut from a denim blue for a teen’s party or gingham paper for baby’s shower or birthday. Thanks so very much for all the wonderful files you create.

  2. Carol W

    I see another commenter also saw “pockets” when looking at these! This shape could be used not only as pennants, but for any “pocket” design on a card. Thank you!

  3. Edith

    Thank you so much for all your cut files …
    Un grand merci pour votre partage : je débute avec ma Caméo et tous vos fichiers vont me permettre de la tester.

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