The national flag of Costa Rica is based on a design created in 1848. The state flag is also used as the official ensign, and includes the coat of arms of Costa Rica. The civil ensign omits the coat of arms, since the flag with the coat of arms is only permitted to be used by the government.
The flag was officially adopted on 27 November 1906, including a slight modification to the placement and design of the entrenched coat of arms. The flag was updated to reflect concurrent modifications to the national coat of arms in 1964 and 1998. (Source: Wikipedia)
If you’re looking for a new Minecraft banner to display, then look no further! In this video, I’ll show you how to make the flag of Costa Rica as a banner in Minecraft using the loom. It’s going to be the perfect addition to your Minecraft house or building.
There are only a few steps to make it into a banner in Minecraft. After that you can put it on an item frame and even on a shield.
- White banners (six white wool + a stick)
- A loom (2 string and 2 planks)
- 1x Red Dye
- 1x Blue Dye
- 3x White Dye
- 1x Shield (Java Edition only)
How to make it:
- Make a loom. Put two strings and two planks together in the crafting table.
- Make white banners using one stick and six white wool in the crafting table.
- Bring the white banner in to the loom.
- Add blue dye and pick the Paly design.
- Add blue dye and pick the Bordure design.
- Add white dye and pick the Chevron design.
- Add white dye and pick the Inverted Checron design.
- Add white dye and pick the Lozenge design.
- Add red dye and pick the Pale design.
That’s the finished Costa Rican flag as a banner all done! So now we want to put the Costa Rican banner on our shield, but first we want a couple more of these banners so we can decorate the village with them.
- Put the finished Costa Rican banner in the crafting table. Add more white banners next to it. That’s how you copy or duplicate the banners.
- Now put one of these Costa Rican banners next to a shield in the crafting table and now you have a Costa Rican shield! This only works in Java edition however! At least for now.