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Bunting Craft Roundup (Iron Craft Week 3)

20 January 2011 3,184 views 6 Comments

by melinda

bunting pillow by crafty dame

The third Iron Craft challenge of 2011 was "Just Bunt." Since we created something functional last week, this week we went completely for whimsy and created a bunting or garland. What Iron Craft likes about this challenge is that it is ripe with possibilities for different applications & materials.

[See all the submissions from Iron Craft]

Heather's favorite submission was the Bunting Pillow by Crafty Dame. Stunning! Crafty Dame is now auctioning it off to benefit the Queensland Flood Relief, so go bid on it!

Our IC3 Submissions:

Rhonda Greene's Submission: Miniature Dollhouse Birthday Bunting

Miniature Dollhouse Birthday Bunting by Rhonda GreeneThis week, Rhonda was still in "miniature mode," so she made a miniature dollhouse birthday bunting! She's had a bunch of ideas in her head for a dollhouse birthday party kit, so this was a great place to start!

See more photos of Rhonda's submission. Read about her inspiration and see the complete tutorial on her blog.

Melinda Hileman's Submission: Sparkly Cupcake Bunting

Sparkly Cupcake Bunting by Melinda HilemanMelinda was visiting her father this week, so she created this cupcake bunting with items she found at the dollar sections of Jo-Ann and Target, and the entire project cost under $5.

See more photos and a description of the supplies used to make Melinda's submission. Download the printable template Melinda made - it includes blank cupcakes to color as well as the template pieces to create your own cupcake bunting! [Download the template PDF]

Did you submit a craft for the third Iron Craft challenge? Share yours in the comments section!

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6 Comments »

  • Chrissy said:

    This was my first time participating in an Iron Craft challenge and it was so much fun. I loved seeing how everyone interpreted the theme. One of my favorites not listed here was the birdseed bunting. It’s such a fun way to decorate the yard and bring some food for the birds. For my own, I created a simple magnet bunting from decorative paper and adhesive magnet sheets (http://www.hicketypicketyhandmade.com/2011/01/19/magnetic-bunting/). Great job on all of yours!

  • Zyada said:

    Cut Paper Banner

    Scrap paper and thread.

  • Nancy said:

    I love the variety of shapes and colors of the cupcake bunting! The swirly frosting one is my favorite. I can see using these cupcakes as a wallpaper border in a kitchen nook, too!

  • Melinda said:

    Thanks mom! Maybe I will make you a small one for your birthday!

  • amy dame said:

    thanks so much for featuring my pillow!! i had so much fun making it!

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