As you can tell, I’ve really been in the Christmas spirit this year! I’ve also started to break into the Christmas crafts as well. Today I want to share my mini bunting that I created for a few of my antlers I have hanging around the house. Like most of my projects, this craft is super simple and super cheap. With an entire house to decorate, I’m all about that combination!

While at Target the other day, I picked up this super cute notepad full of Christmas themed scrapbook paper. I knew I was going to be using a lot of paper in my decorating this year, so at $4, I bought the pack. I also picked up a pack of bakers twine for $1, also found at Target.


Since I was using my bunting on antlers, I knew it was going to sit about 8 inches away from my wall. Sooo that meant you might be able to see both sides of the bunting. In other words, I wanted the pretty pattern to show on both sides.



To make the project easier, I folded my scrapbook paper and cut the  triangles on the fold. Once all my triangles were cut, all I had to do next was fold the triangles over my twine and glue them shut.



I tied a knot on each end of the twine and looped them onto my antlers.








So what do you think? I love how I can take these off my antlers and place them just about anywhere I want. I’m really happy I decided to make them double sided as well. It was totally worth the extra little bit of paper!

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  1. Your bunting turned out so adorable. I’m always on the lookout for a spot to put garland or bunting… there can never be enough it seems!

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