Use this simple bunting template with our scrapbook paper, your own paper or fabric to make a very simple bunting.
Bunting is a quick and fun way to decorate the house or classroom for any occasion. It also makes a great class or group project with everyone being able to contribute to the final product.
This fun bunting for Chinese New Year, featuring the twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac, looks really colourful and appealing strung up around the room! It prints out one flag per page.
Here's a quick technique for making some really fun, bright and original bunting, perfect for all sorts of occasions. But beware - cover your surfaces, and your children, well!
Our large Easter bunting features 5 lovely pastel Easter patterns to brighten up your home or classroom this Easter.
Our Easter bunting small prints 2 flags to a page. Featuring 5 pretty pastel patterns of bunnies, baskets, eggs and flowers.
Our Easter Egg Hunt bunting is so pretty with it's pastel coloured eggs, the perfect way to welcome people to your hunt.
This clever Eid colouring bunting will look stunning in the home or classroom! Cut out each "diamond" shape and fold over a length of ribbon or string, gluing them sides together. You will then be able to read "Eid Mubarak" from either side, so string the banner high!
You can use our printable flags to make bunting to decorate your house, school or classroom for sporting events, national holidays or other patriotic celebrations. There are many ideas below..
Our bright and colourful floral bunting has rather a retro 70's feel to it. Print on to paper or card and fold the flap over a length of ribbon or string to hang.
Printing 2 to a page and with 8 different designs, this floral bunting will help you create a bright, eyecatching display.
There are ladybirds, butterflies and bees flying among the flowers on this lovely spring themed bunting. To hang cut out the flags and fold the tab over a length of ribbon or string, gluing in place.
Children love to decorate the house for Halloween, and here is a simple way for them to make their own Halloween decorations.
This hand banner craft makes a good class or family project. Why not make the banner long enough to circle a room so it joins together in a unified circle? Each child can use a different quote and think about its meaning.
This Hanging Leaves Garland makes a really super display for Harvest Festival, Autumn or Thanksgiving, and offers the benefit of the fun of leaf collecting and rubbing too!
We've designed this printable 4th of July bunting to be easy on your printer ink but still give a colourful display. Letters spell out "4th of July" and we've provided stars on blue, red stripes and rocket flags too, so that you can extend the bunting as far as you need it.
Every celebration needs bunting, in the Canadian colours of red and white we have some printable bunting declaring the message Happy Birthday Canada 150. Print, cut out the flags and fold the tab over a ribbon taping or gluing to secure.
Turn your room into a winter wonderland with the help of this shivery cold icicle bunting! Children will enjoy splodging on the runny paint and watching the colours merge.
Decorate the classroom, the notice board, the house or the playhouse for winter with this pretty printable winter bunting in icy designs. There are 8 flags in total, printing 2 to a page.
We've cheated with some pre-cut leaves to make this leaf bunting, but you can get the kids to cut out their own (using our templates, or perhaps tracing round some leaves that they collect from outdoors) for a fun Autumn craft and pretty display!
Sam loved making these plastic milk bottle ghosts - particularly drawing on the different faces and giving them their own individual character! You could play with them as they are, but they also look great strung up as bunting...
Here's a fun way for little children to get involved with decorating the house or classroom for Eid! Potato printing is always fun but messy, so be sure to put paper to protect your surfaces.
There are 8 differnt seaside themed flags on our printable seaside bunting. Print on to card, cut out and fold the tab over some ribbon, gluing in place.
How lovely would this seaside bunting look hung on your tent or caravan? Laminate the flags and punch holes to thread the ribbon through if you want to hang outside.
Print out some cheerful St George's Day mini bunting which alternates the England flag with fun pictures of Saint George, an English rose and the three lions royal arms.
This fun tartan bunting is sure to brighten up your room! There are eight pages in this printable, each with a different design (none of which, by the way, is supposed to be a real Scottish plaid design).
Just for fun, this decorative tartan bunting is quick to print and cut out (stack the sheets and cut through them all at the same time) and is a fun way to perk up your room, perhaps for St Andrew's Day or Burns Night!
We've got two lovely red tartan hearts to print out - as many times as you like - and string together to make a pretty bunting display.
This Valentine's Day bunting is large size - one flag per page - and looks really lovely on display around the room! Just print and cut out ... 8 pages in total. You could mix and match with our small flags here.
We've used our pretty scrapbook paper designs to make this Valentine's Day bunting. With its pastel colours and cheerful illustrations it looks really special displayed around the room or along the top of the notice board.
Sam had a lot of fun creating the mottled watercolour paper that we used for this leaf bunting, watching how the colours mixed together. Make sure you put down plenty of plastic sheeting before you start this craft!
Welcome the kids back to school by displaying this pretty, colourful bunting in the classroom! Letters spell out "Welcome Back To School" and we've also provided some gorgeous back to school themed patterned flags so you can extend the bunting as far as you need it.