Wednesday, May 28, 2014

DIY Washi Tape Cake Bunting

First of all, it's hubby's birthday today! I had a little surprise planned for him but more on that later. I just want to share with you first the super cute mini bunting I made for his cake out of washi tape. It really is so inexpensive and easy to make but makes a great impact.

Baker's twine (or yarn, thread, or whatever string you have lying around)
Washi tape (or you can use scrapbook or wrapping paper, just cut them up into tiny strips)
BBQ sticks (or paper straws)

Washi tape is so easy to use for this project because it already has adhesive so no need to glue anything together. Just cut up a small piece and position in the middle of the string...

Then fold over to seal.

After you have your desired length, you can cut up your flags into whatever shape you like.

Then, just tie the string on your sticks and you're done! So simple but super cute. :)

I did 2 layers of buntings, but it's totally up to you if you just want one or maybe even more.

Like I mentioned, I wanted to surprise hubby for his special day. So after he brought Miley to ballet class, I also went off to do some shopping. When he entered our room when he got back, there were lots of balloons scattered around and of course, his cake! But I think the kids were the ones who really enjoyed the balloons after haha! ;p

So again, happy birthday to the best hubby and dad we could have ever hoped for. Thank you for providing for us, for loving us, and for always being there for us. I thank God everyday for you and I love you so much!


  1. How sweet and creative! Did you bake the cake Mommy Helene?

    1. How I wish I did sis! Bought it from our favorite bakeshop Ceilins :)

  2. Happy Birthday to your hubby! :) Napaka creative mo talaga sis! Hindi ko naiisip ang mga ganyan ganyan na bagay haha!

    1. Thanks sis! Although sa mga Pinterest ko din yan nakikita for inspiration :)

  3. I love your blog! So many DIY that I wish to do in the future too! I love DIY!



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