Friday, November 29, 2013

Printable bunting for Christmas party

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Ready to start decorating for Christmas? Starting from today, I will be sharing with you a full set of printable decorations for your Christmas party, all completely free!

printable bunting for christmas party


This year I've chosen a mint and bronze Christmas theme, full of calligraphic accents, herringbone, reindeer horns, mittens, wreaths and stars. The first  freebie for the printable Christmas party kit is a bunting mixed with festive mittens.

-: DOWNLOAD HERE THE PRINTABLE CHRISTMAS BUNTING:-




-: DOWNLOAD HERE THE PRINTABLE CHRISTMAS GARLAND :-

The next free printables of the Christmas Party set will be printable Christmas wall art, Christmas cup cake topper, a letter to Santa, Holidays greeting cards, etc, etc. Everything you need to throw the perfect Christmas party and have fun with your kids!


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Bunting Instructions:



{  2  }  Print the 4 files on paper or light cardboard.

{  3  } Cut out the 6 triangles and the 2 mittens shapes.

{  4  }  Fold the triangles at the top on the dotted line.

{  5  }  Punch 2 holes in the corners of the folded and overlapping paper of the 6 triangles.

{  6  }  Using a long piece of ribbon or a string thread the first triangle through and pull it to the end of the string.

{  7  }  Keep threading the other triangles until they are all on the ribbon.



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5 comments:

  1. VERY cute! Should that be OH OH OH or HO HO HO??? I noticed it on the wreath as well! Thanks!!

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    1. Thanks Renee! I live in Italy and in my country we call Santa's laugh 'oh' because 'ho' means I have! but i guess it doesn't make a difference as it sounds the same in both ways!

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  2. I noticed that, too! I commented about a week ago, but it looks like my original comment has been deleted. Sad! I would LOVE to hang this!

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    1. hi Carol! please print and hand the banner wherever you like, don't be sad, it is free for you to download! I can't find the comment you mentioned, what was it about?

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    2. Hello! I was just wondering if there might be a version with "ho ho ho". I am in the US as well. Maybe my earlier comment just never posted. So fun to learn that it is "oh oh oh" in Italy! I do love it, but if I hang it, people will be very confused, since it is "ho ho ho" here. I do love it, though. Thanks for sharing it! Cheers!

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