5.24.2010

Paper Bandanna Bunting, quick and easy!

My mom is preparing to have her own flea market garage sale.  After recently visiting a very large flea market with some very cute vendors she decided that she wants her sale to be cute too! I'm helping her out by making some buntings and I thought I would share this one with you as it's SUPER easy and so quick
What you need-
Martha Stewart bandanna paper pack found at Wal-Mart
Pinking shears
Double stick tape
String

Each sheet of paper is going to give you two large flags. Fold each sheet in half then in half again.
With the folded edge up, from the top corner to the bottom center on each side.
Cut your string to the desired length.  Open each triangle and place a strip of double stick tape on the fold over your sting then a second piece of tape lower to secure the piece shut.
Continue until it makes you happy! Hang and enjoy.
Enjoy!


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26 comments:

  1. This is absolutely beautiful! Wow.

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  2. Oh how fun. I love the paper. . . Woo-Hoo for Martha Stewart ;)

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  3. I have that same paper, and have been wondering what to do with it! Thanks for sharing such a great and cute idea! :)

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  4. Ooh I must buy some of this paper! That bunting is so cute. I love it! :)

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  5. Cool paper! Love it!

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  6. I don't think I've ever seen that paper before! And what a great idea instead of using the cloth! I would definitely come by her sale!

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  7. CUTE!!!! I just posted about bunting made out of real bandanas, but this is a great alternative!

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  8. how fun! I may make some of these to send with my kids to camp this year! It'll really dress up a dreary cabin and I won't worry about it getting ruined or lost! Thanks for the idea!

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  9. I keep seeing these paper buntings everywhere! So cute. I'm thinking a trip to Michaels to stock up on some awesome scrapbook paper is in the works!

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  10. Such a great idea! I may have to attempt this over the weekend.

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  11. Very sweet for a little girl's room!

    Di

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  12. My Walmart never has cute paper...
    Good luck to your mom! =)

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  13. Perfect for Daughter #2's upcoming birthday party!

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  14. I love it! and so does my daughter as she is looking over my shoulder...she thinks we should do them for her Girl Scout Camporee!

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  15. It's a good thing.

    Sorry, couldn't help myself.

    Love the bandanna pattern and the colors, too!

    :) Laura

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  16. That is way too cute!!! I want to make them now just because.... :)

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  17. that is absolutely adorable!!

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  18. I LOVE this! I did a post on it on my blog devoted to bunting here: http://garlandspennantsandbuntingsohmy.blogspot.com/2010/05/bandanna-bunting.html

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  19. Love the bandana flags, great look and acutally a project that I could start and finish:) Cool paper MS!

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  20. How cute! That would be fun for a cowboy/cowgirl themed party.

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  21. Aww! I love this! How fantastic for parties! Thanks so much, I'll be linking.

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  22. Very clever and totally cute!

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  23. Love it! We just fashioned a *real* bandana banner for our DOWN ON THE FARM party:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/sendintheclownsla/sets/72157624349511455/

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  24. Hello! I love the idea!!! I'm from Brazil and I'll make a Festa Junina (Bandanna Party) to my sons. I'd like to know where I can find the paper (to buy online). Thansk, Joana
    www.realizeideias.blogspot.com

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