Tuesday, November 6, 2012

"Thankful" bunting- Diy




Material: I used a canvas bag I bought at the thrift store for .25 cents
Scissors
Pen
Ruler
Paper or Card stock
Rope
Lace
Paper bag
I didn't use a glue gun
Tape (not pictured)
Printer (not pictured)
Use card stock to make triangle 6x6x5 and cut
 
Trace out triangles on your fabric
And cut
 
Printable letters here
Cut letters out, tape to brown bag and cut around
Add glue to paper bag letters
Glue to lace
Make sure your letters are glued to the lace the appropriate facing direction
Let dry a few minutes (glue dries clear)
Cut around each letter
Glue cut outs to triangles
Cut  small holes in the top corners
Thread rope thru holes
Voila!

 


19 comments:

  1. that is beautiful! I still haven't got around to decorating this new place of ours. I want to make things, but I feel like I have no time or no energy yet. Oh dear! :)Yours is lovely! :) Sent you an email back, by the way. :) Thanks!

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    1. Thank you Adin!

      I wasn't really in the mood to decorate for Halloween, which ended up being last minute running around the day of. So I decided I wouldn't procrastinate for Thanksgiving!

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  2. Cute! I think I know what my next project is!♥

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    1. Thank you, it's super easy, you might give it a whirl :)

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  3. Hi! Thanks for visiting and following ModaMama. I really appreciate the support! Following you back ;) I look forward to getting to know you.

    Sincerely,
    Joanna
    www.ModaMamaBlog.com

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    1. Thanks Joanna,

      I appreciate you stopping by and the follow back :)

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  4. I never thought about using an old bag, genius idea! Following from the blog hop!

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    1. Thanks Rachel for stopping in :)

      I didn't see any fabric I liked, so when I saw the bags it was like a lightbulb!

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  5. So cute! I love the idea of using a thrift store bag, too.

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  6. Hi Krystal!

    I've always wanted to make this, but never really knew how! I'll have to create one for a birthday soon! Also, thank you so much for visiting my blog recently, I appreciate it. I'm following you on GFC now and look forward to reading more :)

    Lauren @ www.stylelixir.com

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    1. Thank you Lauren!

      Glad to have found your blog, I really enjoy it!

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  7. This is so adorable! And thanks so much for stopping by! Your blog is SO cute!! Happy to be following along now :)

    ♥Nicole @ Me + the Moon

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    1. Thank you Nicole!

      It's my pleasure really, love your blog and your daughter is a little doll!

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  8. That looks very easy and fun. I am a klutz when it comes to crafts. I have done very few in my life. I always get too paranoid about them. I'd rather write poetry and take photos, I guess.

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    1. I actually have a bit of a nuerotic side to myself. I ended up putting the "N" backward and thought about leaving it as is. I just couldn't do it and ended up having to peel it off and replacing it!

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  9. I love this! Wish I would have made one this fall :)

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    1. Hi Molly!

      You should try it for Christmas :)

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  10. Great project! Thanks for linking to my site & using the letters in your project!

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