Fall White Washed Burlap Bunting

white-washed-bunting

Today I’m excited to share with you this simple and quick Fall White Washed Burlap Bunting!  I have been designing the front porch of my new house and I wanted a simple and affordable bunting to put out there this Fall!

I put together this bunting a few weeks ago for my Fall Front Porch and it turned out so fun!  It’s such a quick project and adds such a fun Fall look!

Supplies Needed:

1/2 Yard Burlap 

Twine/Yarn

White Paint

Burlap Letters (You can purchase them or cut your own)

Directions:

You literally only need like an hour to put this bunting together, so let’s get to it!

burlap-stencil

flags

I generally use my Cricut Explore to cut the flags for my buntings, but this time chose to cut my burlap flags by hand. I didn’t want them perfect – because I was going for more of a rustic look.  So, I cut a template using my Cricut and then just rough traced them onto the burlap and then cut them out.  Afterwards I roughed up the edges a bit by pulling on the strings and using the scissors!  

painting

I then just lightly painted them with white paint!  I wanted a subtle white look, but feel free to make the white paint as apparent or non-apparent as you prefer!

diecut-letters

letters

Then it was time for the word – FALL!  I found these awesome Adhesive DieCut Burlap letters at Hobby Lobby and it was love at first sight!  I thought it would add a little bit of dimension to the word Fall!  I painted them orange before applying them to the flag.  I did throw on a little Hot Glue to the backs, because it is going to be an outdoor bunting.  Plus, where I live, it can get windy!   I don’t want to come out one morning to missing letters!

leaf-stencil

For the leaves, I cut them out using my Cricut and then used the vinyl outline to paint the leaves onto the burlap flags!  I then removed the stencil and let everything try overnight!

leaf-flags

The next day it was time to string the bunting!  I just softly folded (almost rolled) the top of each flag down about an inch and a half and then used my sisters to cut a small slits on each side.  I used a dark green yarn to string my bunting.  

fall-bunting

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leaf-flag

burlap-fall

Wanna see my Fall Porch Reveal?  Check it out HERE!

Fall-Porch

 

 


Pam Dana

Pam is a stay at home working mama that enjoys all phases of life! Between her 3 kids, fur baby (a beyond cute Goldendoodle), wonderful husband, friends and working, she stays pretty busy! But, she is loving every aspect of her life! Here on Over the Big Moon, she loves to share DIY's, recipes, printables, organization tips and more!

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