Simple Steps to Drawing Banners
With a little practice, you’ll be able to make some really cool banner designs. We’ll show you the basics in three different ways, and there’s a worksheet at the end that you can download for free and print to try it out for yourself.
Draw lines from each point to the center of the center dot, then connect them with lines that connect to the original rectangle. Don’t forget your lettering!
Draw a wavy rectangle, parallel lines, and a curvy tail, then draw lines from the S-tail to the main rectangle to create your V-cut. Don’t forget to add your lettering! You can do the same V-cut, straight or jagged, as seen in the first two videos.
How do you make a beautiful banner?
Materials for making a banner include:
- Step 1: Draw a curved line for the top of your banner.
- Step 2: Draw a curved line for the bottom of your banner.
- Step 3: Connect your top and bottom lines with two short vertical lines.
- Step 4: Draw a line a little more than halfway up each side of your banner to create the top of the “tails.”
How do I make a printable banner in Word?
Click the “File” tab, then “Print.” Select the appropriate printer from the Print drop-down menu, then click the “Print” button. Make sure there is enough paper for the banner.
How do I make a printable banner in PowerPoint?
How to Make a PowerPoint Banner
- Click “Ensure Fit.”
- An example of a blue gradient fill background.
- Right-click the text to change its font, size, and color.
- Select “Text Options” to apply effects to a font.
How do I make a picture into a banner?
Steps to make a banner quickly:
- Open PicMonkey and open a banner template that fits your needs.
- Add graphics or images to your banner to give it a stylish background.
- Type a message on your banner with text.
- Share the finished product on social media or save it to your computer.