That's right, paper.
This week was a tad hectic.
I haven't calculated the hours I was at the restaurant (have I mentioned I work at a restaurant - well, I do) because of V-day, but it was a lot. While being an incredibly lucrative holiday for the restaurant it was also incredibly tiring.
I somehow managed to throw together a brunch Saturday morning but alas, no pictures. It wasn't for us anyway but it involved some killer quiche lorraine and our orange muffins, which may have been even better the second time around. We went out for cinnamon rolls and bought wool for felting while breakfast was enjoyed.
But that's not what this is about.
This is about what to do with leftover wrapping paper from Anthropologie and a few vintage Ladies Home Journals.
Make yourselves some bunting, of course.
I've been plotting some bunting for a while now but planned to make it out of fabric. During Christmas I bought some beautiful hand made wrapping paper from Anthropologie. It's been lying around ever since and I didn't know exactly what to do with it until bunting came up again.
We just cut out triangles of both material, pasted them together and strung them on some yarn.
It has totally transformed our room into something festive and is going to be amazing for birthday parties. It is a slightly time consuming process but wound up being quite sturdy. Try it out.
Oh, and if you're looking for something yummy to try for breakfast tomorrow we made these a couple of weeks ago. We used our pizza dough recipe with some hard white wheat, well they were yummy.
Tomorrow is the resident photographer's birthday - ack! I am sadly unprepared - but there will be bunting!