20 Responses to Simple Scrapbook Paper Bunting

    • Hey neighbor! :-) Comic book bunting is a GREAT idea! If you try it, come back and let me know…I’d love to see pictures! (And I can’t recommend Amber highly enough, she is excellent!)

  1. Great tutorial. Bunting is awesome! Thanks for sharing. I’d love for you to check out our Pattern Party! Those with free patterns and templates to share are invited to link up! Starts on the 1st of each month.

  2. So cute :) Love the paper choices! Thanks for linking up at All My Bloggy Friends!

  3. How adorable! This makes me wish I had a Silhouette. I did something similar for my daughter’s 1st birthday but had to cut out each triangle individually. It made a great effect but took WAY too much time! Yours is so cute and I’m sure it was a breeze!

    • Thanks Brittany! If you have a paper cutter or paper trimmer, you might be able to figure out a quick way to do this…I was thinking about trying it instead, because using the Silhouette was still a pretty long and tedious process – loading and unloading the cutting mat 36 times! (I have a Portrait, so I could only cut one at a time). To use a paper cutter/trimmer, you could trace a diamond on each paper and then extend the lines all the way to the edge of the paper…still a bit tedious, but not nearly as bad as cutting by hand!

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