Ribbon buntings are totally trending right now. I realize it doesn't look like much against the wall, there, but it's actually over ten feet long at this point.
I've had my vintage ric-rac,
and ribbon all cut and laid out.
I'm curious, do any other crafters end up using their ironing boards as desks?
I find it keeps the little one out of everything. That is until she's strong enough to knock
over the board. (Don't worry, I don't leave the actual iron, or scissors, on it during the day.)
As always, I took the strategically-planned-to-look-as-random-as-possible-approach. ; )
It's been a fun project these past few nights. And the best part: all of the supplies were things I already had around the house. Free party decor, yay!
Ribbon bunting like this is a great way to use up all of the half-spools of ribbon and teeny balls of yarn that just won't be that useful otherwise. I have plenty of it left, so I hope to make a lot more of these.We're gonna make that park pavilion look tassel-tastic!
P.S. For those of you who've followed KDL for a while, you might remember a post I did last December with a lot of these colors and textures. BIG clue to Jaina's party theme. ; ) No link help. See if you can find it!