22 Free Printable Disney Pennants
How to Make Your Own Disney Pennant Banner
All artwork for these Disney pennants and banners was created by Picture the Magic.
Free download here.
I made the artwork for these Disney pennants and character banners because I wanted a fun way to decorate our stateroom door on a recent Disney Cruise. It will also work for Disney princess parties, or any other Disney decorations.
And now, I’m making the Disney pennants free for you.
Each pennant banner is approximately 6″x8″.
Download our FREE Disney Character Banner Pennants
How to Make Your Banner Pennant
Here’s what you’ll need:
1. White cardstock paper
2. String, twine or ribbon
3. Pencil and scissors
4. Gluestick or tape
First, Watch this Short Overview
Duration: 2 Minutes
Step by Step Instructions
Download the artwork
Click this button and follow the instructions for the download.
Once you have downloaded the zip file containing the free artwork, unzip the files to a convenient location on your computer.
Print the PDF files on cardstock
Inside the download is a PDF of each Disney banner pennant artwork. They are provided as individual single PDFs, one for each character. You can pick and choose which banners you wish print (without using up printer ink unnecessarily).
We highly recommend you print your banners on white cardstock.
Cut out each Disney pennant
Simply cut along the edges of your pennant. Be sure to include top flap.
Tightly fold top flap
The top portion of each pennant should be folded over to make as tight a crease as possible.
Trim up the flaps
Sometimes when you fold the top flap, you’ll notice the flap doesn’t line up perfectly with the shape of the main pennant. Simply trim this excess with scissors.
Layout your string and pennants in desired order
Place your string flat at your desired length and organize your pennants in the order you’d like. I made mine 43″ long and it fits five banners nicely.
Glue or tape your pennants to the string
If you’ve printed on heavy cardstock, this step isn’t always necessary, as the top flap of your pennant will usually hang on the string just fine.
For added permanence, however, use a gluestick to keep the pennant hanging properly in your desired location on the string. This keeps the pennant from being knocked off or sliding around.
Add glue to the top flap. Position the string inside the crease at your desired location. Then press the flap to the pennant to make it stick.
If using on a Disney Cruise, add magnets
Disney Cruise Lines allows you to decorate your stateroom door; in fact, they encourage it! They do not allow, however, any glue or tape or other adhesives to their doors. Most cabins have doors or surrounding walls that are perfect for magnetic stickiness.
So, I recommend that you stick your pennant to your stateroom door by adding simple magnet to each end of your pennant.
Grab yourself some very inexpensive magnets that have peel-off adhesive on one side and magnetic on the other.