I did a post at Project Wedding on my favorite (easy) way to make lots and lots of bunting.
Category: DIY projects, parties + party ideas, Party + Wedding Ideas, project wedding, things I made, weddings
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!)
ah, beautiful, and looks so simple and easy! i will have to make some soon. thanks for the tutorial!
you are my hero. this will make my life so much better. love the pretty pics.
What a fun & fabulous thing to have around the house in case a special occasion arises or a special guest arrives).
So simple and clever, and I seriously hadn't thought about wrapping it up to keep it untangled. Great!
LOVE bunting! This is perfect, planning to do this for my wedding.
interesting and brilliant!!
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!!
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!
so so cute!!
I love this idea, it's so simple but so fun & colorful. Thank you for posting it
just did that for my daughter's first birthday party. thanks for the inspiration!!!
this is so cute it hurts
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.
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
love love love this… thankyou!!! am going to make some this weekend!
Two words: yes, please!
I like how it looks on the roll.
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