St Patrick’s Day Bunting

Pam and I both are starting to take down our Valentines decor and are adding a little green around our homes. I love St. Patricks day because the green reminds me spring is coming! We made a printable bunting.

To put the butting together I cut each of the flags out first. Then I punched holes into the flags. I like to use my eyelet puncher and hammer because I can line them up and do them all at the same time. If you don’t have one you can use a hole puncher.

Then I tie them together and this is where you get to be creative. You can use anything! For this bunting I ripped 1 inch strips of cloth. I tied them together and then trimmed the cloth. For the end flags I used a couple of strips to tie and then I looped a third through the knots of the other one. That way when I pulled it back I wasn’t pulling on the paper.

Pam decided to add some Shamrocks on the side of her bunting! Also, Pam has a couple other things planned for her St. Patrick’s Day Mantel, so watch for that next week!

Feel free to add some luck to your homes!  We are offering a bunting package.  It comes with the Shamrock flag, the word Lucky and we included a blank plaid flag as well.  Feel free to customize it how you would like!


Lisa

Previous author of Over the Big Moon. I shared my passion for home and family life! I love graphic design, DIY projects, cooking, and working in my garden! My favorite role is taking care of my husband and our 3 amazing and busy boys!

Comments (18)

  • HI,
    I love the printables. I dont see the file for the LUCKY letter. can you point me to the right direction ?

    thanks

  • Thank you so much for the free printable. I made this tonight and added a shamrock on to the ends that I made with my youngest son and it looks amazing. Appreciate your creativity and will definatly be following you in the future! Happy St.Patrick’s day!

  • We are having a St. Patricks Day party and this will look fantastic!!! but one silly question what type of paper did you use to print on?
    thank you so much

  • Hi, This bunting is amazing. Thank you so much for sharing! I printed it out today and worked on it during some “mommy time”. Thanks again for an enjoyable project. I have a picture of it in a blog post I have going up and am linking back to you. I hope that’s ok! Your blog is fantastic by the way. Thanks for all the inspiration.

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  • I love this, it is so amazing looking with the ties! Cannot wait to print it out! (Thank you for including the prinatble, you rock)
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    • Hi Kathryn!

      To put the butting together I cut each of the flags out first. Then I punched holes into the flags. I like to use my eyelet puncher and hammer because I can line them up and do them all at the same time. If you don’t have one you can use a hole puncher.

      Then I tie them together and this is where you get to be creative. You can use anything! For this bunting I ripped 1 inch strips of cloth. I tied them together and then trimmed the cloth. For the end flags I used a couple of strips to tie and then I looped a third through the knots of the other one. That way when I pulled it back I wasn’t pulling on the paper.

      Hope that helps!

  • Thank you for constantly sharing your creativity with us, I love it and now I can start ahead of time and spread the Irish luck around the home.

    One thing though, and I mean this in a very constructive way, for the shamrocks, they should be 3 leaves only as that is the reason we celebrate St. Patrick’s day, as he thought the gospel to non believers using the shamrock to explain the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit are one in purpose (like the clover has three leaves but is one at the same time) I know I’m being anal about this, but I keep seeing the four leave clovers being used a lot for St. Patrick’s and it defeats the purpose of it all. 🙂

    • Vanessa!

      Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us. I’m sad to admit that I really had never thought of who Saint Patrick really was. Growing up all I knew was that St Patrick’s day was about being lucky and 4 leaf clovers are lucky. In the future we will be careful to avoid that mistake. I am definitely going to do some research and teach my boys the actual story behind St Patrick’s day!

      Thanks again for informing us!

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