Duplicate the shirts if you want more than I have in my canvas, or remove some if you don't want as many. Then, click 'Make it.' Since there are 12 different colors, you will have 12 different papers to cut.
Add paper to the light grip mat and follow instructions in Cricut Design Space to cut all of the pieces for the shirts, ties, and jackets.
Once all pieces are cut, use tacky glue to attach back and front pieces of shirts, jackets, and ties.
Use tape to attach the back of the shirts to baker's twine. Hang banner.
12x12 paper is easiest to use for this project, but I used smaller pieces since that's what I had on hand. Just make sure to adjust what part of your mat you are cutting on if you are working with smaller paper.
Attach the banner to walls with wall-safe tape, washi tape, command hooks, or removable mounting putty to avoid damage to paint.
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