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DIY No-Sew Bunting | The Sweetest Occasion

DIY No-Sew Bunting

DIY No-Sew Bunting - The Sweetest Occasion — The Sweetest Occasion

Garland--The answer to "What on earth can I do with all these little useless…

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chalkboard banner - tut on second site

Crafty DIY Banner Ideas and Tutorials

All occassion reusable chalkboard banner. Never buy a banner again! The 31 Most Useful Ways To Use Chalkboard Paint

garland from fabric scraps, triangles could be cute too

Fabric Scrap Bunting

Use fabric scraps to create a colorful bunting for home decoration or a special occasion such as a birthday party. For the best look, use small prints for this sewing project and layer with felt for a sturdy, lasting bunting.

DIYDictionaryBuntingBrooklynLimestone by MrsLimestone, via Flickr

DIY Dictionary Bunting I will be using newspaper, construction paper, etc. because as a bookworm I think it horrid for people to cut up books . Add letters onto bunting to spell out book fair or something else

Pom-poms made of tulle

tulle Pom Pom cute decoration for a party or adorable for baby girls room!

The Crafted Sparrow: Felt Flowers Tutorials {5} to choose from

Felt Flowers Tutorials {5} to Choose From

Free Valentine's Printables - a few different choices

Free Printable Valentine's

spray paint bottle caps...so many cute possibilities!

Tray decorated with bottle caps. Instructions: spray painted bottle caps, paint a tray white, arrange dry caps on dried tray, next used "acrylic water" to pour over the caps. The acrylic hardens without incident & is ready for use!

no sew bunting  Bunting: Mr. & Mrs. For chairs Love is sweet Eat, Drink & be Married Kids Corner

No Sew Bunting--use a hair straightener instead of an iron to do hems--hitting up the scraps bag for this project tonight!

Poofs out of old sewing patterns

sewing pattern tissue paper pom poms, saw these in a junk store hanging from the ceiling! I gotta have some in my sewing room!

Replace with presidents or other historical figures. Students have to ask questions regarding their historical relevance! Great idea!

Family Guess Who? ~`*`~ Replace all of the images in a Guess Who game with pictures of family friends and relatives. Children will enjoy having a more personalized game and will also learn about extended family members they may not get to see very often.