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YOU WILL NEED:
Punches: hole, flower
1. Make a square card in a design of your choosing, then matt the insides with patterned paper. Punch a small hole and insert cord from the front of your card and knot the end, so that it does not pull through. Repeat on the back of the card, ensuring the cord is short enough so the card will not open completely.
2. Cut out bunting shapes from card, remembering to make enough for both the front and back of each flag.
3. Decorate the bunting with pen lines, more punched flowers and lettering. Stick each piece of bunting over the cord.
4. Cover the knot on the front of the card with a rectangle of background paper. Check the bunting folds flat inside the card.
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