Hello, everyone! Shellye here with a celebratory project using the DIY Fringe And Score Board and Rosette Punch. This single bunting piece is quite large, so adjust it to the size you need and string several together to create a fun length of bunting to decorate with!
To get started, I used four sheets of 12X12 Black Cardstock.
Before placing the score tool onto the track of the Fringe Board, I selected the 1” option.
Next, I placed the edge of the paper up to the 1” mark on the board and began scoring. For heavier papers it may be necessary to score two or three times.
Once that line of scoring has been completed, move the last score line so that it lines up with the 1” mark; repeat the scoring over the remainder of the paper.
For the top layer of the bunting, I chose the “Romance” 12X12 paper from the Crush Collection. I used three pieces of the patterned paper that measured 6”X12”. The paper was then scored in the same fashion as the black cardstock.
Now to add design to the edging of the paper: use the Rosette Punch and align the score line up with the arrow on the punch. Move the paper so that it skips the very next score line and punch on the next line. Accordion fold the papers and adhere edge to edge with the following paper.
Because this is half of a rosette, you will need a strip of paper or ribbon to secure the bunting /fan shape. I cut a strip of the Pink Designer Poster Board to 1”X 22” and attached to the top flap. The smaller bunting piece was then adhered to the top inside flap of the bottom bunting piece.
Two holes were punched at the top with the Crop A Dile and a length of ribbon was strung through for hanging.
This would also make a cute door hanger to greet baby or again, make several to string together and create a festive bunting!