Bunting made of tin? Why didn’t I think of that?

We are back home from our trip to Intercourse, Pennsylvania and The Hamptons (with a surprise tour of downtown NYC!) I have SO much to say about the trip, but for now I want to show off this super cute display that I saw in a store in Intercourse. A bunting garland made of tin and numbered pitchers and awesome ironwork… Those Pennsylvania Dutch sure know about merchandising to girls like me. I wanted to bring this whole display home. I am kind of beating myself up that I didn’t buy that bunting to use on my Christmas mantel. Guess what I’ll be trying to DIY in the next two months?

Let’s hope I don’t lose a digit in the process. Typing this blog would be tough with nine fingers. Wish me luck!

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  1. I can’t believe you didn’t buy it!! I would have been all over that like white on rice! I hope you figure out a easy DIY so I can copy 😉

  2. Be still my heart … that bunting is to die for! Pinned! And if you can figure out how to DIY, I am in!

  3. That’s so cute!

  4. I LIKE the tin bunting! Can’t wait to see your version!

  5. Tin snips and some gloves…

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  6. Oh yes please try it and tell us how you do it. too. That is so cute and I haven’t seen bunting of metal before.

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  1. […] we took a trip to Pennsylvania Dutch country in October, I’ve had it in my mind to recreate this galvanized metal bunting that I saw draped on a store display in one of the Amish shops.  Here is the photo I took that day […]

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