DIY : No-sew oilcloth bunting

We spend lots of time outdoors in the summer and have been to two parties this last weekend where we spent much of our time in the garden. Today’s post is a DIY for no-sew bunting, that you can use to decorate your outdoor spaces this summer!

DIY : No-sew oilcloth buntingTo make your very own bunting you will need some oilcloth, scissors or a craft knife, a glue gun, a ruler, some cord and a bunting template which you can download and print here. Start your bunting by cutting out your flag shapes. I placed my template on the back of the oilcloth and cut out my flags using a craft knife and the ruler. You could always draw around the template with pencil and cut each one out with scissors if you prefer.
DIY : No-sew oilcloth buntingTake each flag and place it right side down on the table. Fold the top tab over and hold it in place with the ruler, like in the photo below. Put a line of glue under the tab and close to the edge and press down to stick in place.

DIY : No-sew oilcloth buntingThis will create a channel that you can now feed your cord through.

DIY : No-sew oilcloth buntingWhen you have added all your flags, tie a loop in each end, hang it up and enjoy!

DIY : No-sew oilcloth bunting

DIY : No-sew oilcloth bunting

If you fancy making some of your own bunting then you can buy some useful supplies from Amazon. If you purchase anything through the links in my post you are helping to support my blog as I get a small referral fee from Amazon. Thank you!

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