Now that my daughter is in preschool, I am meeting a lot of great moms. One of which, I recently found out, is married to one of my old friends from my college days. I was so excited to learn that our daughters will be attending elementary and junior high together as well. I had told her about my love for crafts, parties, and DIY and she asked me to help with her daughter’s fifth birthday party. Ecstatic, I immediately got to work. My first project is this Frozen Fever birthday party bunting that I am sharing today.
- Various fabric quarters in hues of blue and purple
- Fabric Rotary Cutter
- Cutting Mat
- Large Craft Flowers
I chose about 7-8 different colors and patterns, all of which reminded me of Frozen Fever, the Disney short that showed before the 2015 Cinderella movie. The movie short is essentially Anna’s birthday party during the summertime.
You don’t have to use a rotary cutter but it will make this project much easier if you do. I started by cutting each fabric quarter into approximately one inch thick strips. I laid them out in the order I wanted them on the bunting.
Cut your rope to the desired length and folded in half, knot each piece of fabric one by one as shown.
Keep going until you have the desired length. I found some large craft flowers with clips on them that I attached to each end. I ended up making three.
I think it’ll look great above a dessert or food table, on a door, on a window, or on stair rails. You can even make one for your child’s room as bedroom décor.
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