I HEART A MASON JAR BUNTING


Buntings are fun, no matter what the occasion. Birthdays, Halloween, or just the every day. This one I made here with the EK Tools Large Glass Jar punch is only two feet long. The iconic symbol however makes it a great choice for dressing up a kitchen memo board.

TOOLS & MATERIALS:

  • Scrapbook paper in three colours

  • Craft punch

  • Jute twine

DIRECTIONS:

Punch out 5 jars per colour, plus one. Take a craft punch and punch the jars in their "lids" to feed the twine through. I recommend going with a craft punch because it let's you make smaller holes than the standard hole punch. Start by feeding twine through the plus one jar from the back and over through the front, left to right. Follow this method with the rest of the jars, keeping a consecutive pattern. You should finish with the same pattern on both ends. Finally, tie a knot on the ends.

This will make a two foot long bunting. To make a longer one, punch out more jars and keep going!