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. You may also want to check out our Bunting Printables.
This useful bunting template includes a useful flap to fold over the string or ribbon that you will be attaching the flags to. Print this template onto card and draw round it to cut out bunting flags.
This bunting template produces flags (with fold-over flaps) that are the perfect size for decorating a classroom or playroom - not too big! Use as a card template to draw around, or print directly onto the back of coloured or patterned paper.
Use this template to string up a length of mini-bunting in no time! Print onto the back of coloured or patterned paper or card, cut out and fold the flaps over the string before gluing down. Alternatively, print onto card and cut out as templates for chidlren to use to draw around.
This useful bunting template makes large flags which are easy to cut out and, with the top flap, simple to attach to string or ribbon. Fold the flap over and simply glue down or staple.
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!
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..
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!
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.
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.