Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Welcome Buntings

The great thing about having your own shop and your own tools is that you can make anything and any size. I keep a lot of offcuts and often have ideas of how to use the wood.
These are buntings or garlands made out of pine.
Each triangle is 3 1/2" deep and 3" across.  
They are strung up with twine which is threaded through drilled holes and is about 5'6" long.
One of the WELCOME buntings is stained pine, the other is stained pine with white paint over top and distressed with the vaseline technique I explained here.

Everything I make is for sale, check out my "For Sale" page.

Sharing at my favourite blog parties:

Coastal Charm                                           Brambleberry Cottage
Elizabeth & Co.                                         Savvy Southern Style
White Wednesday                                     Very Merry Vintage Style
Sew Woodsy                                            Cedar Hill Ranch
aka design                                                My Repurposed Life
Common Ground                                       Funky Junk Interiors
Shabby Art Boutique                                 Sisters of the Wild West
Remodelaholic                                         Best Bunting on the Block


  1. love it! I love both the pine and white washed versions =)

  2. These are adorable. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Great way to use those little off-cuts Julie.
    Thanks for sharing at Shabbilicous Friday :)

  4. I like it! I haven't seen one made of wood before. Very nice. Thanks for linking up to Share the Love Wednesday!

  5. So cute! I found you through Funky Junk's Facebook post showcasing this project.

  6. This is so adorable Julie! It's so perfect for your wooden framed door!

    Sorry I missed it when you first posted it. Had to share on FB and Pinterest. :D



  7. LOVE THE WOOD BUNTING IDEA! it turned out great,

  8. wood bunting! who would have thought?!
    Would love for you to link this post up at my new blog and party, dedicated 100% to bunting!

    Aloha, Rebecca


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