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Floral Bunting

We absolutely love bunting and are so excited to bring you an exclusive free download for pretty floral paper bunting. It’s often the finishing touches which can be the most effective, which is why we are such big fans of bunting. Available in all patterns and colours, it brightens up any garden party, but why stop there? It also pretties up your home and this retro floral design (not the bunting in the image but similar) that we have for you to download is so easy to assemble and will look beautiful wherever its hung.

  • Floral Bunting
    You’ll need:
      • Free templates
      • Ribbon
      • Hole punch
      • Computer and printer

      Simply download the templates (links below), cut out the pennants, hole punch in each corner at the top of the triangles and string some fancy ribbon through. Why buy bunting when you can have so much fun making your own? Our design looks absolutely gorgeous and can even be hung indoors when the outside weather gets a little wetter – it’ll be sure to add a summery smile to anyone’s face.

      Take it further and use our template to cut out pennants from paper of your choice. Some spooky black, purple and orange papers would be fantastic for Halloween and look spooktacular on your front porch or along a garden gate.

      Plus, it’s great for the seasonal celebrations fast approaching. Lay a template over some Christmassy paper and trim as many flags as you need to make a length of bunting of your choice. Hang across the mantlepiece of a really festive look, or why not make some mini bunting that you can string around the Christmas tree?

      Download the templates here: Homemaker Bunting 1 and Homemaker Bunting 2

      1. Download the templates (links above) and print out on your computer.
      2. Cut out the bunting and punch a hole in each corner at the top of the triangle. If you use a decorative crafting punch it will make the bunting look even prettier.
      3. Use fancy ribbon or coloured string to thread through the holes and join the bunting together.
      4. Hang the bunting around your home, along the mantelpiece, in the kitchen for an afternoon tea party or in a little girl’s bedroom. Enjoy!
     
     
    Floral Bunting

    We absolutely love bunting and are so excited to bring you an exclusive free download for pretty floral paper bunting. It’s often the finishing touches which can be the most effective, which is why we are such big fans of bunting. Available in all patterns and colours, it brightens up any garden party, but why stop there? It also pretties up your home and this retro floral design (not the bunting in the image but similar) that we have for you to download is so easy to assemble and will look beautiful wherever its hung.

    You’ll need:
      • Free templates
      • Ribbon
      • Hole punch
      • Computer and printer

      Simply download the templates (links below), cut out the pennants, hole punch in each corner at the top of the triangles and string some fancy ribbon through. Why buy bunting when you can have so much fun making your own? Our design looks absolutely gorgeous and can even be hung indoors when the outside weather gets a little wetter – it’ll be sure to add a summery smile to anyone’s face.

      Take it further and use our template to cut out pennants from paper of your choice. Some spooky black, purple and orange papers would be fantastic for Halloween and look spooktacular on your front porch or along a garden gate.

      Plus, it’s great for the seasonal celebrations fast approaching. Lay a template over some Christmassy paper and trim as many flags as you need to make a length of bunting of your choice. Hang across the mantlepiece of a really festive look, or why not make some mini bunting that you can string around the Christmas tree?

      Download the templates here: Homemaker Bunting 1 and Homemaker Bunting 2

      1. Download the templates (links above) and print out on your computer.
      2. Cut out the bunting and punch a hole in each corner at the top of the triangle. If you use a decorative crafting punch it will make the bunting look even prettier.
      3. Use fancy ribbon or coloured string to thread through the holes and join the bunting together.
      4. Hang the bunting around your home, along the mantelpiece, in the kitchen for an afternoon tea party or in a little girl’s bedroom. Enjoy!