Celebrate! Five Sets of Colorful Fiesta Flags & Banners

Celebrate! Five Sets of Colorful Fiesta Flags & Banners

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Faith Durand
Sep 15, 2010
Tomorrow Mexico celebrates 200 years of independence, and so we were inspired to round up five favorite sets of fiesta garlands. These are great for an independence day bash, a birthday party, or just everyday kitchen brightness and cheer! • 1. Pink/Purple Fiesta Flags, $38 for 14 feet at LAMA Designs - These handprinted, 100% cotton pennants are made by artist Pablo Ferraro. They are less traditional, perhaps, but so modern and fun. • 2. Multicolor Mexican Party Banner, $6.95 for 18 feet at Luna Bazaar - These are much more traditional, with patterns cut painstakingly out of tissue paper with a chisel. Decorative paper art like this has been adorning Mexican celebrations for centuries. • 3. Fringe Garland by Ashley Meaders - This fringe garland was designed by Ashley Meaders, and it would be easy to recreate at home. Simply fold tissue paper over a string or ribbon, glue it together, then cut the edges into a fine fringe with scissors. • 4. Fiesta Flag Banner, $25 for 6 feet from Ashley Addair - Another twist on a traditional Mexican fiesta banner. • 5. DE COLORES Custom Color Papel Picado Banners, $42 for three 18-foot banners at Ay Mujer! - This shop is a wonderful resource for colorful and custom hand-cut banners. We especially love her wedding banners and this one featuring an Airstream. Have you ever decorated a party with paper fiesta flags like these? Got any pictures to show us? Related: Inexpensive Party Accessories: SaveOnCrafts Online Store (Images: LAMA Designs; Luna Bazaar; Our Labor of Love; Ashley Addair; Ay Mujer!)
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