DIY Teeny Tiny Bunting

Bunting is pretty cute as it is, let alone when it is in teeny tiny form! In three pastelly, party colours, this tiny little string of triangle bunting looks super cute pretty much ANYWHERE, and it is one of the easiest and quickest DIYs yet! What’s not to love? โค

Good evening you lovely lot!

I think I may have found the perfect tiny way to make your room, or blog photos look so much cuter!

Layed across one of your latest shots, or cutely placed in the background, you’ll have beautiful pics without paying for props! Or, if you just want to make this because you know EXACTLY where it could go in a room, that is such a good idea, because this little string is definitely going to be hung up on my wall, or wherever I find the perfect home for it!

This 5 – minute DIY is simply gorgeous, and you may already have all the materials! ๐Ÿ™‚

Here’s how to make a teeny bunting garland!. . .

DIY Teeny Tiny Bunting



You Will Need…

  • Cardboard
  • Pen/pencil
  • Scissors
  • Tissue paper (I used pink, yellow and blue) or coloured card
  • String
  • Glue (stick)


  • Blu tac (if you wish to hang it up!)


How to Make it . . .

Firstly, you need to make the template for the bunting triangles.

So grab a small piece of cardboard and a pen. Draw a symmetrical diamond shape however big you want the bunting triangles to be! My diamond was roughly 5cm long.


Use scissors to carefully cut around the diamond shape as neatly as you can.


Then, take a bit of tissue paper and fold it in half.


Place the template on top, and carefully cut around the diamond shape. You should then be left with two diamonds.

You fold the tissue paper in half so that it is quicker to cut out more diamonds.

You want to make quite a few of these in various colours. (Or you could alternate two colours)


Now fold all the diamonds in half so that you have a triangle shape when folded.


Place the string down and slip a diamond on, so that the crease is where the string is.


And use a glue stick to apply glue to one of the triangles (on the inside) and press the two triangle points together around the string like so. . .


Keep repeating this until you have a whole string of teeny tiny bunting! Yay, a very cute little bunting chain all finished! ๐Ÿ˜‰


I think Peter the Pinata loves them!


I hope you guys like this super quick, super easy, adorable little idea! I love a DIY that doesn’t cost a lot, don’t you? โค

Let me know if you liked this DIY, and whether you are thinking of making some yourself! I love to hear! ๐Ÿ˜‰


I hope you are all having a lovely day, and I’ll see you all soon! โค

Party hugs,



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