Teeny paint chip bunting…

October 22, 2010 24 Comments by Kirsty

OK so this is really more about my homework than the making of bunting.  The chips just needed to be glued to a piece of paper but there’s no fun in that is there?  So I made two…one for the homework & one for the smallest.

I think the bunting’s super cute & will be making more. The robot is of course by Jodie.

Happy weekend folks.

24 Comments

  1. Bellgirl
    4 years ago

    Too sweet! I love paint chip craft, I feel quite gleeful at getting such good colour for free. The people at the paint shop must think I have a rather lurid house ;)

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  2. Vic
    4 years ago

    Damn Kirsty that is fabulous… I'm stealing the he'll out of this idea as soon as I get a chance. Love. That. Robot.

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  3. Cindy
    4 years ago

    So cute, and it would look super cute with some little embroidery on it too (though I seem to say that about everything these days)

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  4. One Flew Over
    4 years ago

    COmpliments the bot perfectly!

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  5. Lillipilli Lane
    4 years ago

    gorgeous, both of them!

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  6. Jennie
    4 years ago

    It just sets the scene with the gorgeous 'bot!

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  7. JoeyNomad
    4 years ago

    Very cute! Love the colours. Much less fussy than the wedding ones I made! I have just written a post on glue so had to mention you and how you taught us to not be afraid of the good ole PVC ;) Made me laugh thinking about it!

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  8. Sarah
    4 years ago

    I thought you might be making bunting. It's too cute and such a good use of paint sample cards – I have tons of them and never know what to do with them. I made mini bunting out of envelope security lining and have now collected far too many envelopes…and not enough time….

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  9. Sonia
    4 years ago

    Such a terrific thing. I was wondering what you were going to do with those paint chips! I guess the triangles were a clue!

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  10. Anne
    4 years ago

    Soooo cute!

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  11. mel @ loved
    4 years ago

    Very sweet! LOVE the robot..

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  12. Bugalugs aka Jacqui
    4 years ago

    Love the little bunting!!! Great use of paint chips, very clever!

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  13. Zinnia Pea
    4 years ago

    The bunting looks gorgeous!! Such a clever idea. And I love the litte robot too.

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  14. Jodie
    4 years ago

    Oh man ! Do you know I have a crush on your brain. If you had an accident and the decision to save you or steal you brain was in my hands……well it would be a hard decision.

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  15. Cath @ chunkychooky
    4 years ago

    I love a bit of cheats bunting, I have one in Busys room , just small triangle fabric pieces cut with pinking shears so no hemming required and sewn to bias binding- it takes less than an hour and looks great.

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  16. Baa-Me Kniits
    4 years ago

    The perfect accompaniment for a little Bot :-)

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  17. Chantal
    4 years ago

    Lovely idea, the colours look beautiful.

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  18. Linda
    4 years ago

    Very cute – and a perfect project for all those small pieces of paper flying around! Your choice of colour really does make a difference, though! Thanks for sharing!

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  19. Melanie Gray Augustin
    4 years ago

    That is just adorable and you know what – I don't think Jodie is the only one crushing!

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  20. Brianna
    4 years ago

    My Robot is jealous and wants me to make pink bunting to decorate her little corner! Although after making 25m of bunting today I think it will take me a while to be in bunting making mood again!

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  21. Maxabella
    4 years ago

    Looks great! The little robot is a find too. Thanks Kirsty. x

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  22. handmadehappiness
    4 years ago

    I wondered if it might be bunting…. very cute x

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  23. Cookie Cutter
    4 years ago

    I've been obsessing over bunting for a while but still haven't gotten down to making it!

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  24. Kylie
    4 years ago

    I love it – have you used binding at the top? It looks great. I'm attempting bunting xmas decorations for my hubby's shop at the moment and not sure how to tackle that part. K

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