Bunting: Inspired by Danimezza

Sometimes I feel like I am a glutton for punishment. The busy kind of punishment. I have two weeks until life stops and we have a break from regular life for a month. Two Weeks! I can’t believe it’s only two weeks till I’m on a plane to Europe!

That means it’s also only two weeks until I walk down the isle as bridesmaid for the lovely Carmen. Between now and then my list of things to do includes:

* Dinner with Mandy & Marty

* Craft Group

* Doctors (nothing serious- just more thyroid checks- eugh)

* Eyebrow wax and a Facial @ skin

* Two days of assessment development seminars

* A moroccan night @ Naomi’s

* Package up gifts for the mini-swap I’m in and post them

* Plan savoury food for kitchen tea etc. Cook said food (started making the breadsticks today!)

* Carmen’s Kitchen Tea and Hens Night

* Our 3 year Wedding Anniversary and a dinner (nothing very extravagent- we’ll wait till Paris!)

* Dinner and dancing practice for the wedding (can’t make the wedding rehersal because of work)

* The wedding!

* A #$*t load of work. Much more then two week’s worth!

Even with my crazy long list I’m feeling confident that I the next two weeks will be enjoyable and full. I love my life when it’s crazy.

I’m adding to the list is some bunting I’ve been wanting to make ever since I saw the bunting Danielle made over at Danimezza. I thought it would be perfect timing to make the bunting now and (if the other girls like it) use it for Carmen’s hens celebrations. If they don’t like it then I will just use it forĀ  other things!

Below: The fabric for the bunting cut into the triangles!


Yesterday I also spent some time with my cousin, Marcus, and his fiance, Emma. They’re getting married in April and asked me to help them with some ideas for their wedding invitations! I’m pretty excited to help them out, will be even more exciting that they’re thinking of using my scanart idea for the invitations!


Tags: , , , , , , ,

6 Responses to “Bunting: Inspired by Danimezza”

  1. Sarah
    September 27th, 2010

    Wow you sound busy. I’ve been wanting to give bunting a go to but I can’t seem to fit it in at the moment, I’d love to see photos of yours when it’s done.

  2. Tabitha Schultz
    September 27th, 2010

    Everyone loves a bunting! I made one for Addies dedication and re-used it for her birthday [as I will use it for all our celebrations] and it was a great hit. Looks decorative and classy :) Plus they’re super duper easy. Have fun with it and don’t try to skip the ironing step :p

  3. Tabitha Schultz
    September 27th, 2010

    Sarah, a bunting would be the perfect thing to start you two older girls [and boy too] on some sewing if you and they were so inclined. Its so simple but you feel a huge sense of achievement from it. Do it!!! [or not :) ]

  4. Zoey Friend
    September 27th, 2010

    Ooh I’ve been wanting to make some bunting like Danielle’s too! My plan is to make Christmas bunting, Spotlight has the yummiest Christmas fabric at the moment.

    I made some for my sister’s birthday this year, it’s sooo easy but looks awesome!!

  5. [...] been crazily writing up challenges for the next 5 weeks while I’m away. I told you I was a glutton for punishment… [...]

  6. http://www.histats.com
    September 27th, 2010

    Hi, its pleasant post on the topic of media print,
    we all know media is a great source of facts.

Leave a Reply