Project and Photos By: Victoria Hudgins
Here's a crafty and inexpensive way to make bunting!
Made in mass they will give you a gorgeous backdrop for desserts, a reception or a shower. They would also look amazing lining the aisles of a ceremony.
Choose about six different papers to work with, in coordinating colors and textures.
Use a paper cutter to cut .25 inch wide strips of paper, the entire length of the paper.
Once all the strips are cut, begin rolling the paper strips individually into themselves. Roll each strip going down a bit to create the basic shape of a bullet.
Use a small dab of glue (or glue dot) to end each individual roll.
String your rolls up, mixing colors and texture as you go. Use a simple kitchen twine or other embroidery thread for this.
Hang your creation up above tables, lining a tent, or in succession on a wall for a gorgeous and fresh bunting presentation!