Step 2: Cut out all of your bunting and start to write your letters on the bottom triangle, I am trying to get better at nice handwriting and so this was a nice practice for me. There were many test pages before I decided on the final font style! I used a sharpie as the paper had a slight sheen to it, so I wanted it to stay in place.
Step 3: Layout the name and see what kind of spacing you will want on the twine to make it nice and even.
Step 4: Then glue each bunting piece over the twine in place.
Step 5: Then when each line of your bunting is done, layout the name and so you can see where you will want it to attach to your straws.
Step 6: Make knots in each end of the twine as then this will help them stay in place for the next step.
Step 7: Using the craft knife, cut into the straws where you would like your bunting to sit, you could mark with a pencil.
Step 8: Push the end of the bunting line into the straw using the craft knife, the knot will help ensure it stays inside the straw without popping back out.
Your done, this is such a simple little DIY and one you could do for parties, weddings or just for fun. It's so cute and you can change the colours and font style to suit the type of event it is for.
Now, those sweets are making me peckish!
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