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I did a post at Project Wedding on my favorite (easy) way to make lots and lots of bunting.
October 26, 200910:54 am
What a clever idea! I love how you wrapped it around a paper towel holder. I always found bunting tangling up… will have to remember this for the next one! Thanks!
Thanks for sharing! Clever idea for storing them too (I have a fabric bunting I made for a bridal shower that is getting all tangled!)
mrs boo radley
October 26, 200910:57 am
October 26, 200911:00 am
ah, beautiful, and looks so simple and easy! i will have to make some soon. thanks for the tutorial!
October 26, 200911:44 pm
you are my hero. this will make my life so much better. love the pretty pics.
October 27, 20091:52 am
What a fun & fabulous thing to have around the house in case a special occasion arises or a special guest arrives).
October 27, 20094:06 pm
So simple and clever, and I seriously hadn't thought about wrapping it up to keep it untangled. Great!
October 27, 20094:10 pm
LOVE bunting! This is perfect, planning to do this for my wedding.
October 27, 20094:48 pm
interesting and brilliant!!
October 27, 200911:15 pm
Jordan – I have been following your blog for a while and never comented, which now that I have started my own – I am sorry that I didn't tell you sooner how fun all of you entries are. Thank you for your time – i love the buntings – i am making them for thanksgiving!!
October 28, 20098:51 am
I love these! Where did you find such great colors of tissue? I can normally only find the standard bright colors and would kill for these soft muted ones!
Sara C. Walk
October 28, 20094:23 pm
so so cute!!
October 28, 20099:05 pm
I love this idea, it's so simple but so fun & colorful. Thank you for posting it
October 29, 200912:38 am
just did that for my daughter's first birthday party. thanks for the inspiration!!!
October 29, 20098:35 am
this is so cute it hurts
October 29, 200911:29 am
Love the tutorial. Thanks so much for sharing! I've featured it on my blog today: lilyjanestationery.typepad.com. It's great inspiration for holiday decorating, too.
October 30, 20091:21 am
Ooooh, I love it! So easy! Thanks for the paper towel holder idea. I can use it for these butterfly garlands that I have been making lately. http://lifeofmineblogged.blogspot.com/2009/10/made.html
the daily smudge
November 6, 20098:49 am
love love love this… thankyou!!! am going to make some this weekend!
November 11, 20094:28 pm
Two words: yes, please!
November 18, 20099:06 pm
I like how it looks on the roll.
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