DIY Project: How To Make A Camp Nabby Pennant
When we decided to redesign our logo last year, we wanted to focus on athletics and education—the pillars of our summer camp program. After a few rounds of designs, we narrowed in on a red pennant as the centerpiece of our logo.
For us, the pennant is the perfect Nabby symbol. It gives us something to rally around and we hope it makes every camper, parent and staff feel like a part of our team.
As the holiday season approaches, we thought a fun DIY project would be the perfect way for families to spend their downtime together. So, if you’re interested, here’s everything you need to make your own Camp Nabby pennant (most of this stuff is in the photo above):
- sheet of white felt (9″ x 12″)
- sheet of red felt (9″ x 12″)
- spool of white thread
- sewing needle
- pair of scissors or an x-acto razor (to cut out the paper “N” and the white felt “N”)
- cutting board (if you use an x-acto)
- adhesive paper (to iron to the back of the white felt, before cutting the “N” or the ½ inch wide stripe).
- Camp Nabby “N” printout (available in two sizes here)
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