This lovely Spring and Summer paper bunting has been upcycled from a discarded copy of the beautiful book, The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady by Edith Holden. In 1906, Edith Holden recorded in words and paintings the flora and fauna of the British countryside through the seasons. This bunting has been made from some of her gorgeous pictures from the lovely Spring and Summer months.
There are 8 triangular flags, each approx. 21cm long x 17cm across. The bunting is designed to be viewed from one side only and isn't really suitable for use outdoors – well, it IS paper after all!
The bunting has been threaded with rescued cream wool. If the flags were placed end to end , the bunting would be 160cm (approx 5ft 3in) long. We’ve included additional wool so that you can spread the flags out on the wool if you want to – they slide easily – and there will still be plenty of wool to hang up the bunting.
This listing is for ONE garland of bunting. The garland you receive may not have exactly the same flags as in the photos but will have a beautiful selection of Edith Holden's gorgeous pictures.
We have this bunting in longer - 20 feet and 30 feet lengths. Please do have a look in our shop.
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Peony and Thistle within 3 days of receiving payment.
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