Before our nursery even had a theme, I knew I wanted to make bunting to go on the wall.
Traditionally, bunting is made by stringing triangles or other flag-shapes onto ribbon, but who says your bunting has to be traditional or ordinary? For our spacey nursery, I decided to use felt stars instead of the usual shapes.
This bunting took me 10 minutes to make. Thanks to pinking shears and ric rac, there were no seams to press or stitch, so I was able to make and hang these decorations and whip up a big batch of potato salad before he got back from the package store. Yay!
Summer is here! That means grilling, porch parties, and backyard picnics! You can fancy up your next outdoor shindig with this easy peasy fabric scrap bunting. Here’s what you need to make one:
Of course, I am head over heels for this awesome paper bunting that Jessica Wilson at Scrumdilly-Do made out of junk mail. All you need to [...]