if you have a cardstock stash and an hour I've got you covered with an easy Christmas decor idea. This Jingle free Christmas banner cut file makes it easy to deck your halls for the holidays.
To get a layered look you'll love, consider choosing several different colors and textures when choosing your paper for your Christmas banner. I've used textured cardstock, metallic paper and foil paper for my layers to give it a bit of dimension.
And if you need are looking to get your hands on specialty papers like foil board, mylar paper and more for your banner, you can get them all at 12x12 Cardstock Shop.
Just a few notes on assembly. The scored squares are meant to be folded in half with the twine running through the center. The letters have tabs along the top. You fold along the kiss cut line and adhere to the back of the letter, leaving the edges with the cut out circles free to thread the twine through. The trees work much the same way. The tabs are separate and you adhere them to the back of each tree.