I fell in love with bunting 4 years ago when I first came across homemade bunting in The Creative Family book.
I immediately rushed out and bought some green and pink fabric and made some bunting for The Girl's room, also used here for her garden party.
Then I made several lots of bunting for kids for their birthdays,
including this gorgeous one I made for B3 out of op shopped Hawaiian shirts.
Then there was the one out of newspaper for B5's circus party and let's not forget the map bunting I did for the study.
For ages I have been collecting doillies at the op shops so that I could make some bunting.
Yesterday, was the day I got my act together and actually made some to sell.
I made two white ones like this.
I made this one out of linen and fabric doillies, using some pretty bias binding I got from Fabric Traders
I also made one of these out of music sheets as I sold out at the last markets.
Here is the map version.
Then I made this one out of vintage Christmas sacks that I picked up at the op shop,
I have enough to make two more.
I have done a tutorial on how to make this type of bunting as it can be a little fiddly,
but it will last for years to come,
and will be back next week to show you how it is done!
Do you love bunting too?
I am off to make a gluten free, sugar free Pecan Pie to take to a Thanksgiving dinner we are going to tonight.
I am so excited, I have never been to Thanksgiving before!
The host family moved from the US at the end of last year and have just bought a house,