There is the trendy Pom-Pom Bunting that I just had to try!
It is really kid friendly. My girls were begging me to let them create this one so I did. While I would have preferred to have space in between the pom-poms the girls wanted it tight, and so it is. Next time, along with putting space between each pom-pom, I would use dental floss instead of thread. Our two year-old terror broke the girls bunting at least twice before I could get to their rescue.
Then there is the simple, classic, but always perfect Triangle Bunting.
And then I had to do something with all the scraps from the other 4th of July projects I have been doing so of course I needed to make a Fabric Scrap Bunting.
Lastly keeping the traditions of the 4th of July holiday in mind, I wanted to create a Semi-Circle Bunting using this great burlap that I found. This is the tutorial I am going to share with you today.
TUTORIAL: Creating a Semi-Circle Bunting
I wanted a thick ribbon to attach my Semi-Circles too and I found this beautiful wired hemp ribbon that not only had the same color palette but kept with the rustic feel I wanted for this project. Isn't it pretty?!?
So I pined each Semi-Circle onto the ribbon just where I wanted it and then using a coordinating thread color (making it invisible) I used a straight stitch to attach it all together. It came our exactly as I hoped.