Burlap (I bought mine at Joann's - very inexpensive)
spray paint (white, orange, black)
double fold bias tape
Here is what you do:
Cut your burlap into triangles. I just used scissors. I made a paper pattern and pinned it. Not all of mine are perfect - burlap kind of stretches - but not to worry - it will still be cute!
Spray Paint White
I painted both sides of my triangles - I was worried they would blow in the wind & I wanted them to be colored on both sides. Spray paint the burlap triangles white. This helps the polka dots have a little more contrast. My burlap doesn't look bright white, it just looks not as brown.
Get your circle stickers (I got mine at Albertsons because that's where I was). Put dots all over both sides of the triangles.
I painted half my triangles orange and half metallic black (that's what was in the shed). Paint one side, let dry, then flip over and paint the other side.
Measure your bias tape and cut it how long you want your banner - leaving extra to tie at the ends. Open the bias tape and put the edge of the triangle inside and sew making sure to catch both sides of the bias tape. I didn't pin - just keep feeding the triangles in as you sew.
Hang as Desired!!!