a floral dotted bunting is my fave

March 18, 2014

no sew garland

I loved this Oscar de la Renta pattern so much, I decided a spring bunting inspired by it was in order. And since I always forget how the bobbin works, it’s no sew. You’re welcome.

no sew garland

To make your own you’ll need:
- polka dotted fabric
- floral fabric (preferably with a medium scale pattern, like this one from Joel Dewberry)
- felt
- hot glue gun
- Martha Stewart Crafts fabric to fabric decoupage
- twine or thread (I used Martha Stewart Crafts gold thread)

Step one: Cut the polka dotted fabric into flags or triangles. If the fabric needs some heft, back with felt using hot glue.

Step two: Cut around flowers from the floral fabric. Adhere on top of the flags with fabric to fabric decoupage.

Step three: Use a needle to string the thread or hot glue it to the back of each flag. Done!

no sew bunting

diy garland

easy garland

Two more days until spring officially starts, I will survive.

This project is part of 12 Months of Martha, one craft a month using products from the Martha Stewart Craft line.

6 Comments »

 
  • On March 18, 2014 , Rebekah said:

    Super cute and simple. I would have never thought of that!

  • On March 18, 2014 , PS by Dila said:

    This looks so gorgeous!

  • On March 18, 2014 , Amanda {Planning It All} said:

    I love that it’s no sew!

  • On March 18, 2014 , lena said:

    Absolutely adore this!

  • On March 18, 2014 , Anna @ IHOD said:

    Love it Melanie! Perfect fabrics:)

  • On March 20, 2014 , jessica said:

    this is one super happy bit of bunting. i am digging that floral fabric in those colors! yay for a no sew project!

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