No-Sew Vintage Sheet Bunting Tutorial

I’m in the process of de-brown-ing my living room, and part of that includes adding some new wall art. So I threw together a quick bunting out of a vintage sheet that took about five minutes – no sewing involved!
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All you need is some fabric (I used a vintage sheet that I thrifted, but of course you can use any fabric you have on hand), some twine or string, and some fabric glue or mod podge.

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1. Fold your fabric and draw a triangle with chalk on the fold.

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2. Cut out the triangles – I cut four to fit my frame, but you can cut as many or as few as you’d like.

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3. Place the fabric over the string and apply the glue. I used Liquid Stitch (affiliate link), but you could also use Mod Podge (affiliate link) or whatever you have on hand.

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4. Then just fold over the fabric and press together.

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5. Repeat with all the other triangles to create your bunting!

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You can hang the bunting on its own or put it in an empty frame like I did. I just taped the string to the back of the frame.

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I used it as the starting point for a big gallery wall in my living room, which I’ll share with you later! A little bit of vintage fabric love on my wall makes me happy. :)

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