Make your own Jubilee bunting

Who’s ready to celebrate in style?

This year the Queen will be celebrating her Platinum Jubilee, that’s 70 years on the throne!

We know lots of you will be hosting your own Jubilee street parties, so why not get creative and make some of your own decorations?

It wouldn’t be a Jubilee street party without some red, white and blue bunting!

Check out our super simple tutorial and get the whole family crafting together to create your own unique bunting to make your street party stand out from the crowd.


You Will Need:

Equipment you will need:


Step 1 - Get cutting


Grab your card and let’s start cutting.

Fold your coloured card in half and cut out a triangle, once unfolded it should make a diamond shape. You’ll be able to fold this over your string for a neat and professional finish later on.


Step 2 - Get creative


Once you have cut out all your bunting flags (triangles) you need to decorate them, we added washi tape to the perimeter of our flags and added a British bulldog card topper to the middle, but you can add anything you like to make your bunting unique to you.


Step 3 - Assemble


We’re almost at the end! All you need to do is assemble your flags, we folded the top of our flags over our string and used glue to stick it down, but there are lots of ways you can secure your bunting.  You can cut small holes into either side of your bunting and thread the string through or you can even use mini pegs to attach each flag, the choice is yours!


Now all you need to do is send your invites out and get ready for an amazing Jubilee weekend you’ll never forget!

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