Friday, September 26, 2008

Sweet Six Studio's Vintage Hanky Bunting

As I've been clearing off my dining room table, I've also been trying to complete a few projects.
Heather from Pretty Petals presented a tutorial the other day at Sweet Six Studio, on how to make these charming banners. They are so easy and fun to make! No sewing, just hot glue.
Gotta love that!
I'm running low on in need of more vintage millinery... I did however, have a few of these velvet and organza beauties and, I was really happy to find a few vintage hankies in my stash that coordinated so well.
I had a hard time trying to figure out where to hang my bunting. I'm lacking wall space! It looked pretty cute in our entry way hanging over the coat closet, but my hubby thought it would get in his way....
so now, it's hanging in the hallway.
I love the added splash of color!

14 comments:

LiLi M. said...

Your hankies and those flowers coordinate so well. I love your bunting. It's great to see that everybody makes a different banner! Have a great weekend!

Holly said...

It looks great, Karoline! Love the reds. I think these buntings fit anywhere. I have mine hanging in front of my computer room window where I will see it the most often!

~ Hearts ~

The Rose Room said...

So pretty! Rachaelxo

My Shabby Roses said...

Great job! It looks like you gals are having a good time crafting in your "Sweet Six Studio".

Morse Farm-My Home said...

Hi!

You have a beatiful blog!
And your daughters are adorable.
My daughter is 17 months.
Hav e a nice day!
Bodil.

SherryRoseBella said...

Your hanky bunting turned out so pretty! I haven't started mine yet but will some day get to it. I like where you displayed it, too!
Sherry

Cathy said...

I love this! It's so dainty and elegant! I love the spoon lamp shade too. You're just full of inspiration. Thank you!

Cathy :)

Rose Garden Romantic said...

Everything is so pretty!! Love the hanky bunting!!
Michelle

Maison Douce said...

Karoline, it looks darling!! And your teaspoon shade turned out soooooooo cute! I am truly flattered!! Take care!
Isabel

Linda said...

This is the neatest! I love using vintage hankies for the bunting and I like were you hung it too...looks perfect. Your teaspoon shade looks great too. Hugs, Linda

Cindy@Cutepinkstuff said...

I don't think we can EVER have enough vintage millinery! I purchased some sweet pink flowers on Etsy and LOVE them! Sweet hankie bunting! BTW, I left you something special on my blog!

Jennifer said...

That is so beautiful! I also love how you used the old window to frame pictures. I have one sitting on my mantel, and I never thought of doint that! I think I will add pictures to it this week. Thanks for the ideas!

My Pink & Cream Cottage said...

I really love your bunting, what a great way of using hankies. Great to have found you.

Lyn xoxoxo

Charmingdesigns said...

Love your hankie banner!! Laurie