The whole point of this bunting is you can change it to match
all year round.
In the center of the bunting is Velcro so you can change the
middle design to anything you want to.
You can add letters, butterflies, hearts, clover & much, much more.
How about adding the word Easter, Happy Christmas, Happy New Year........
The project is also a no sew project for anyone who isn't confident sewing.
If you love to sew you can choose to sew it instead.
Bunting - Oriental Trading Company
Fabric - Heather Bailey True Colours
Glue - Fabric Fushion - available from Darice
Sating Ribbon - available from Darice
Felt - various colours - You can buy the felt or ready made felt shapes from Darice
I used the plain bunting.
over and iron.
Check the shape against your plain butting to make sure it fits into the space below the holes.
For the 2 top corners you can fold them in so they don't stick out.
For the bottom corner you will need to cut a small amount of the fabric off so that it isn't seen.
Iron over the hem again to make sure it stays in shape.
If you don't sew then glue is an alternative option.
Glue down the edges and then add glue so that you can stick it to the plain bunting.
Glue the fabric onto the bunting, make sure you leave the holes for the thread free so that you can feed the ribbon through.
Once this is dry you are able to add your decoration.
You can either cut your design by hand or with a cutter from a piece of felt.
There are many different options you can use. You can add letters, shapes, pictures etc. The choice is yours.
As the felt attaches with Velcro you can change the decoration at any point.
Below are the hearts and butterflies that I added to my bunting. You can use them as templates to make your own.
Once your bunting is complete you can thread the ribbon through the bunting.Don't reduce the length of your ribbon as you may need more when you are making your next bunting design.
Why don't you play with the design and see what festivities you can make your bunting for.