With just a few supplies and a little bit of time, you can make an easy no-sew interchangeable bunting. It’s adorable for any holiday or season.
I’ve had a lot of fun decorating our house over the last couple months. I was initially intimidated by the whole thing because there’s so much wall space, and because I don’t consider myself a decorator at all. I didn’t rush the process, which helped. Instead, I hung pieces when I felt like it, and I worked out arrangements in my head before making holes in the walls.
I don’t have a defined style. I’m okay with that; I like buying and making things that strike my fancy without worrying about what will match. One of my favorite pieces in our house is this shelf that we refer to as the mantel.
I found it at a flea market and fell in love instantly. I knew I wanted something large for the wall behind our couch, but I hadn’t seen any artwork that grabbed me. As soon as I saw this, I envisioned hanging our stockings from the hooks and changing out the items on the shelf to reflect the season.
I also knew I wanted to make a bunting. I immediately ordered two different sets of fabric: one with a fall/harvest theme and one with Christmas images. And then I got to work.