In order to know exactly how many pennants you'll need to cover the intended space for your banner, measure the wall or span of area. Every 10' section of space will require 12 to 15 pennants.
Random placement is key to creating the vintage look. Lay all banners out on a flat, level surface, and arrange pennants with a variation of color, from dark to light, and a change in size from large to small.
To give the banner a uniform look, proper spacing between each pennant is necessary. Use measuring tape to mark a 1" gap between each pennant.
Unfurl spool of ribbon or twill tape across the top of all laid-out pennants. Then use scissors to cut, allowing an additional 8" of excess at each end. This will be used to tie the banner to picture-hanging nails.
Use a crafting blade to poke two holes along the top end of each pennant, both through the ribbon or twill tape as well as the pennant.
Insert brass fasteners through the front of the hole, then secure to the back.
The perfect addition to any collegiate-style party, this school pennant banner will be a hit!