Saturday, 12 January 2013

Kitchen Bunting

Last Year, I was fortunate to win a rather lovely give away from the equally lovely Ada from Vintage Sheet Addict. It was a completely joyful package of Vintage Wallpapers and Vintage Sheet Fat Quarters. The above photo from Ada's Blog shows you the loveliness that was so kindly bestowed.  I pondered for quite from time what do with them as I wanted to make the very best use out of them. Well we live in a Victorian Terraced house and the Kitchen it tiny, like minuscule! So just after Christmas we put a shelving unit in the Kitchen to hold my Baking Supplies and it very much needed prettifying.

Also last year, I bought some wooden bunting wood shapes from Etsy. I knew I would use them but they were stashed away. Well today was the day - out came the wallpaper, wooden bunting and other bits and pieces including my beloved Twine.

Within 15 minutes, it was done and up in the Kitchen. Boy, I love a quick project, sometimes making blankets just seem to take forever and some quick is just the ticket. Thank you Ada for the beautiful give away - it has made a rather dull shelving unit far more beautiful. Gosh I really love love love Floral Bunting.


gilly said...

Well done, that looks fab! Happy weekend xx

Lisa said...

Very pretty.
Quick results can be very satisfying.
Lisa x

shabbied up grannie said...

Excellent makings Claire , Well done and very pretty
Bev xx

Vintage Sheet Addict said...

Wow, it looks great! I've had a couple of goes at making paper bunting, unsuccessfully, now I know what to do! :) x

Beccy said...

These look completely amazing! What a great idea - thank you so much for sharing x