No-Sew Vintage Fabric Bunting – DIY

I LOVE easy projects! I also love vintage fabrics. So when I snagged myself a big bag full of darling vintage fabric pieces, I decided to put the two together when I created this fabric bunting. Buntings are an easy way to add a little color and fun to any room or party.

I’m sharing this super quick and really easy DIY on how to make this NO-SEW fabric bunting – just right for all your Summer outdoor parties!

Here are the step by step instructions along with photos.

Here’s all you need to make these:

- Assorted vintage fabric pieces
– Scissors or rotary cutter
– Baker’s twine (or other twine)
– Glue gun

Step 1: Cut your fabric into small rectangles (mine measure 3 1/2″ by 2″) – also cutting a small v-shape into the end of each one. I used a rotary cutter but you can uses scissors too.

Step 2: Using your hot glue gun, spread a thin line of glue on top of the fabric piece about 1/2″ down.

Step 3: Place the twine in the glue and fold the fabric over, pressing firmly with your fingers until the glue dries. Repeat until you have reached the length you desire.

Step 4: All finished!

 

Have a great week!
StacySigssmall

 

8 comments

  1. So quick and easy – I might have to give that a go!

  2. I love the mix of various patterns and colors!

  3. I am totally in love with this easy,colorful banner! Awesome use of scrap pieces of fabric! Pinning and making for my daughter’s birthday party!

    I would love for you to share your creativity at my Show-Licious Craft & Recipe Party. The party starts each Saturday morning at 8:00 am. Hope to see you there!
    ~ Ashley

    1. Thanks, Ashley! I will be sure to hop on over to the link party on Saturday! :)

  4. Robin~AllThingsHeartandHome · · Reply

    Love this bunting! So much color and you’ve made it easy too!!! I’m pinning :) Thanks so much for linking w/ Twirl and Take a Bow! xo

  5. I love fun buntings like this! I spy a few Aunt Gracie type fabrics in there and they are my favorite! Thanks for sharing it with Share Your Cup.
    hugs,
    Jann

  6. Adorable! Going to try this tonight with vintage linens that are in my recycle/rag pile! :)

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