Succulents are growing increasingly popular in the weddingsphere. And no wonder! They’re pretty and low maintenance and make a great finishing touch to any rustic, city wedding. So today we’re…
Written by Lucy Leaper Last updated: March 13, 2015
If you love bunting, you are going to love our mini DIY bunting which looks super cute as a cake topper! Perfect for vintage, rustic or garden party style weddings, these garlands can be styled to suit your wedding theme. Here we show you how to make these adorable decorations in three different styles.
Step 1: Cut two lengths of bunting, to the length you require.
Step 2: Cut a piece of the fabric ribbon into the shape of the bunting and stamp on your initial.
Step 3: Cut your patterned craft paper into pennants, just a bit smaller than the size of the bunting. The garland has three different sized triangles – we left the smallest ones plain as a contrast.
Step 4: Glue the patterned craft paper triangles to the bunting, alternating the patterns. Then connect the two strings of bunting either side of the fabric pennant. Allow to dry.
Step 5: Once dried attach the banner to the skewers and voila, look 1 is completed!
Simply paint the pennants in glue and thoroughly sprinkle with glitter. Once dried attach to the skewers. Simple yet, affective!
Step 1 – Cut the bunting to your desired length, then glue the charms onto the largest pennants.
Step 2 – Next make the ribbon garlands by cutting some ribbon in both colours and tie together. Make two of these and glue these to either end of the bunting.
Step 3 – Once dried attach to the skewers.
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