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Time:0h45
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Alice In Wonderland inspired bunting

This was a project I was inspired to do after picking up Everything Alice.

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  • How to make bunting. Tea Time Bunting  - Step 1
    Step 1

    This was the book that gave me the idea. In it I found instructions for making "Tea Set Invitations", but instead I used the templates to make bunting. I highly recommend this book for people who obsess over Alice in Wonderland like I do.

  • How to make bunting. Tea Time Bunting  - Step 2
    Step 2

    Copy the template you want to use on a sheet of paper, then use that paper to transfer the pattern onto card stock by placing the card stock sheet over the paper and tracing it on. If you don't have a light box just hold it up to the window,

  • How to make bunting. Tea Time Bunting  - Step 3
    Step 3

    Trace out three of the teapots and three of the tea cups. All in all you'll need about six of whatever it is that you're tracing.

  • How to make bunting. Tea Time Bunting  - Step 4
    Step 4

    Then cut them out. I'm using a pizza box to protect my table from the blade.

  • How to make bunting. Tea Time Bunting  - Step 5
    Step 5

    Once you've cut everything out it should look like this. I love the imperfect whimsicality of this project. It all looks so handmade.

  • How to make bunting. Tea Time Bunting  - Step 6
    Step 6

    Figure out how much ribbon you're going to need by spacing the paper and deciding where you want everything to go.

  • How to make bunting. Tea Time Bunting  - Step 7
    Step 7

    Then just use glue dots to secure everything in place and hang it wherever you wish. Such as on a Christmas tree.

    I used an "over/under" method here to make sure that everything was facing the same way. As you can see the ribbon goes over the handles of the tea cups and tea pots, but under the bulk of the figures themselves.

  • How to make bunting. Tea Time Bunting  - Step 8
    Step 8

    And voila! You are done.

    You can also decorate these as much as you want, or perhaps theme them for a tea party or a little girls birthday, but I loved the simple elegance of just white paper on pink ribbon.

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