*I dug this up from our Free Art Archive! Enjoy!*
Who doesn't love Friday? Especially when you get something for free? Freebie Fridays is a series on This Fresh Fossil in which I unleash a bit of my extra-creativity: for you. I'm a professional graphic designer who loves to design and wants to help you organize your life, have fun with your hobby, connect with friends and decorate your digs, by giving you a free design every Friday. Whether it's in the form of labels for organizing, cool artwork that you can print and frame, printable greeting cards, photographs, patterns, scrapbooking art, or more - every Friday there will be a custom free design for you.
If you're like me, then you've probably been procrastinating on some of the fabulous Halloween decor and projects you've been wanting to do. Or you're just lazy (like me). Or on a budget (like me). Anyhow, I decided that one easy, fast, and FREE way to put a little life into any room of the house is with a cheerful bunting!
I whipped up this easy bunting to put a little spice in our family room. See how fun and cheerful it makes our fireplace look? And for $0 and 10 minutes, no less? (Okay, yes, I KNOW the fireplace is ugly... but hey, at least it's festive, right?)
How to Make a DIY Bunting
4 sheets cardstock paper (& a printer)
Adjustable 3-hole punch or single hole-punch
Yarn or hemp (or something stringy)
1) First, download the PDF file by clicking on the image or the link below it and saving the file to your computer (File>Save As).
2) Print out the file onto 4 sheets of cardstock paper (File>Print>Page Scaling>Fit to Printable Area>Print).
3) Cut out the squares.
4) Punch holes in the corners of the squares - I adjusted a 3-hole punch so it would fit, but a one-hole punch would work, as well (or any other wacky shapes, I'm sure).
5) Find something to string the bunting on (I debated between gray yarn or hemp... the hemp won).
Have you used one of our Freebies for anything? Take a photo and send it in - I'd love to see what creative things you've done with my designs! You might even be featured in a future Freebie Friday post!
Have a fantastic weekend and happy Friday!
(Oh, and while all my work is custom, if you'd like something more personalized, like a blog header, logo, photo manipulation, etc, please feel free to contact me to discuss your project and custom pricing. Thanks!)
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