Fabric and Lace Shabby Chic Bunting
OK, so I know I’ve made these before! Recently I made a burlap St. Patrick’s Day bunting and I also made a Vintage Baby shower bunting. I had some left over fabric from this no sew kitchen towel and this no sew kitchen towel and I couldn’t resist. This time I made this Fabric and Lace Shabby Chic Bunting for my friend’s office makeover I was helping her with.
I also made her…
You only need a few things:
- Fabric scraps
- Lace ribbon
- Rotary Cutter
Here is the left over fabric I had. I intended on using the burlap too, but as I was making it, I decided it didn’t need it.
I used my rotary cutter and ruler which made this process so easy! The strips don’t have to be perfect.
My daughter helped sort them (kinda sorta)… or maybe messed them up. That’s what you do when your three!
I knotted them to some rope in a pattern.
I loved the way it turned out. I think it’ll go great with the other things I made for my friends office. She wanted it colorful, shabby chic, and Anthropologie-esque. I thought this would be a perfect touch. You can make these to fit almost any theme (as you can see I did!). They are great for parties or even as decoration in a nursery or kid’s room.
Be sure to check out the other things because they are soooo cute!!
Latest posts by Dinah Wulf (see all)
- Frozen Fever Birthday Party Bunting - May 27, 2015
- Supporting Anti-Bullying: My Personal Story - May 26, 2015
- Repurposed Yoghurt Container Turned Succulent Pot - May 25, 2015
- 20 Cool Must Do Stenciling Projects - May 22, 2015
- DIY Accordion Paper Butterflies with ASTROBRIGHTS® Papers - May 20, 2015