You will need:
- Decorative paper (ours is from Hobbycraft)
- Or sections of old fabric, offcuts of wallpaper, pieces of old books or any other material you like!
- Ribbon (ours was also from Hobbycraft)
- Mini pegs if you're going to peg them, otherwise you can sew or glue them on
Step one: Cut your fabric in to the shape you want, traditionally bunting is triangular but you can always choose a different shape!
Step two: Sew, glue or peg the pieces along the ribbon. You can use as many or as few as you like depending how long you want your bunting to be.
Step three: Why not try adding embellishments? Gems, sequins, different material cut in to cute shapes like hearts - the possibilities are endless!
How cute is this mini bunting?!
You could theme your bunting, for example if you were getting married why not add your names or Mr and Mrs across the bunting? Or make a 'happy birthday' themed string instead of a banner?
How cute are these examples of kitchens and dining areas decorated using bunting?
And these bedrooms are simply amazing! On the left they've made Winnie the Pooh themed bunting for a child's room - so cute!
(Last two images all from www.weheartit.com)
H & E x