Last night was my monthly night out for Wine and Design at Cassie's. I look forward to the four hours I get to spend gabbing and crafting. The company is always awesome and lots of fun! The theme was Spring. I had made the decision that I would not go out and purchase anything so that my project would use things I already had. I had already made a wreath, and some eggs, so I thought I could make a cute bunting using the same vintage fabrics I used for the eggs. Heres what I came up with...(not the best pictures since it was such an overcast day.)
Instead of traditional pennants I decided to do rectangles. I wasn't precise or systematic in my cutting or fabric choices. I just cut at random. And here's the best part...I used glue dots to wrap them around the jute! I just put down the rectangle wrong side up, put 3 dots along the edge and folded it over the twine. Super simple. And the flags are ajustable! It's like a little rod pocket or in this case jute pocket, like on curtains. And I think I may go back and help the fraying along so that it looks a bit more shabby.
While at wine and design I picked up a cabinet from Cassie that I had purchased. Here it is in it's new home.
The brown table in the corner is only there temporarily. So I will actually be able to open those drawers :-)
I thought it needed some spring decor so I whipped up a miniature bunting this afternoon.
I love it! And I wanted to show you my dollar store bird and frame that I spray painted aqua, of course!
And before I go here's a little picture for my peeps re our kitchen convo last night:
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