I favorited something really similar to this bunting from Oh, Albatross a month or more ago but it was made of vintage metal signage. Sadly, it sold and left a bunting sized hole in my vintage loving heart. It didn't take long to realize I could make my own version from the black vinyl letters they sell at hardware stores so I gathered some supplies (twice since the first round I forgot to space the letters out) and got to work. It's not quite the same but it's a great alternative to something I may not find again online.
Supplies: Vinyl stickers from the garage sale sign section of your local hardware store, baker's twine or yarn, cardstock or photo paper, scissors or a paper cutter, and a hole punch.
Peel and stick each letter on your cardstock or photo paper with about 1/2" of space on either side so you can cut them out with edges to spare. Cut them all the same height with about 2/3" of space above the top of the letter for your holes. Then punch two holes near the edges but not so close that they might rip. String them up and hang.
I made ours for our sun room/front porch and sand the song as I hung it. The kids had never heard it before so if you are familiar with toddlers you can guess that Ruby has had it on repeat since then - at least this part of the song.
Banners are a fun way to personalize your space without spending a lot of money. My letters cost $ .68/piece so you could essentially make one for almost nothing depending on your word or phrase.
What would your banner say?