How to make Halloween bunting

Magic up a fang-tastic DIY Halloween bunting set with Kirsty Hartley’s easy step-by-step guide – complete with glitter stars, spooky bats and colour-popping pom poms

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How to make Halloween bunting

String up bats, glitter stars and pom poms to make this easy Halloween bunting using our free templates and step by step instructions.

Notes

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You Will Need

  • Felt (Black felt: 40x35cm (12x18in) and Orange felt 20x25cm (12x18in))
  • Fabric (Glitter fabric – 35x15cm (12x6in))
  • Bondaweb (80x43cm (32x17in))
  • Strong thread (3.5m (4yds), for hanging), Or you can use fine ribbon
  • Yarn (For the pom poms)
  • Pom pom maker, Optional
  • Basic sewing kit
  • Thread (For sewing your bunting together)

Total time:

Cutting out

Step 1

Following the manufacturer’s instructions, press the Bondaweb to the WS of the black felt piece. Leave the paper backing attached for now.

Step 2

Cut this black felt piece into two pieces measuring 20x25cm (12x18in) for the bats, and 35x15cm (12x6in) for the stars. Now carefully peel off the paper backing.

Step 3

Press the orange felt onto one of the black felt pieces.

Step 4

Press the glitter felt onto the other black felt piece.

Step 5

From the orange piece cut three bats using the template.

Step 6

From the silver glitter piece cut four stars using the template.

Assembling your DIY Halloween bunting

Step 1

Make pom poms that measure 4cm (158in) in diameter using the pom pom maker, following the manufacturer’s instructions.

Step 2

Arrange your bunting shapes and pom poms, spacing them approx 15cm (6in) apart.

Step 3

Use a large needle to sew alternate shapes onto thread or thin ribbon, working the needle beneath the surface on the WS.

How to make halloween bunting step 2

Step 4

Tie loops at either end of your bunting so you can easily hang it up at home.

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How to make halloween bunting and bucket

Enjoyed this DIY? Good news – it’s part of a set! Find out how to make a Trick or Treat bucket to match in our sister tutorial by Kirsty Hartley, or try our other Halloween Craft Ideas.