Happy Monday!! I am super excited to be sharing my Spring banner with you today. It was crafted from a set of coasters and could not be easier. And it was made in under 15 minutes. This banner can be hung up for a garden party, across a mantel, or even draped on a table as a centerpiece. It’s girlie and pink and that is all okay in my book. Every other month I am sent a box of goodies for the 12 Months of Martha Challenge to see what I can create. I really wanted to make something that would be easy to replicate and wouldn’t take too much time. SUPPLIES: Martha Stewart Craft Paint blue sky | Martha Stewart Coasters | Martha Stewart Stencils | Martha Stewart Flower stickers | Martha Stewart Ribbon | Paint brush | Glue gun I used the coasters to create the banner. Because the set comes with 16 it really is ideal to spell anything and make more than one. I chose to spell out “Spring” but you could create absolutely anything. The key to using the stencil set is to use just a little bit of paint. If you use too much the letter ends up looking undefined. Once you lift up the stencil, you can connect the gaps if you want a more solid letter. It is really easy to add a little bit of paint to make it one solid letter. It only took about ten minutes for the paint to dry and then it was time to bust out the adorable spring leaf ribbon. It may be the cutest ribbon I have ever seen. A little hint is to keep the coasters facing forward while you glue it to the green ribbon. That way you know the letter is completely straight. I put a drop of glue on three green leaves and the pressed the coaster down. Once the coasters were adhered to the ribbon, I added the flower stickers. They stick on their own by peeling away the backing. That’s all there is to it and then it’s ready to hang. I love the way it looks hanging on the picket fence. It would be perfect for a Mother’s day brunch or spring party. Add a small vase of pink flowers and the Spring scene is set. I am already thinking I will make a personalized banner for my daughter’s birthday. The banner also looks really cute draped around a vase on the table or buffet table. It doesn’t always need to be hanging like a typical banner. With a few flowers and just a bit of paint, Spring is well on it’s way over here. So simple. So much Spring in one little banner! Despite temps still being low in many parts of the country, are you getting excited for Spring? Have you started to bust out the Spring décor? I always find it lifts the mood and makes things so much more joyful. A big thank you to the editors of Martha Stewart Living for sponsoring this post as part of the #12MonthsofMartha program! I received product in exchange for this project; however, all opinions are my own. Always.