Jungle Animal Bunting


Posted on 3rd January 2019 by STACEY BONE
Filed under Papercraft Disciplines And Techniques, Papercut

Hi everyone its Stacey and I’ve recently been working on some quirky jungle decorations for my baby boys christening. My son absolutely loves animals so I thought what could be better than some funky animal bunting and jungle leaf table toppers.

Paper snakes

Paper crocodile

Paper gibbon

Paper lion

Paper elephant

Paper rhino

Paper gorilla

Paper orangutan

Paper giraffe

I created all my animal/leaf SVG cutting files in Adobe Illustrator, which I then cut on my Cricut machine. I crafted a range of sizes with my biggest primates measuring approx. 20cm x 24.5cm. All animals were cut on A4 size card from my A4 mega box, which is absolutely worth purchasing if you require a variety of colour stock and a large quantity. You get approx. 645 sheets per box. I used A3 sheets for my leaves.

Jungle leaves

Little and large orangutan


Little and large gorilla

Little and large gibbons

Animals and colour stock:

Snake bunting

Giraffe and crocodile bunting

Gibbon bunting

Christening bunting

Rhino bunting

Jungle leaf bunting

Primate bunting

Primate bunting

I used Bakers Twine to thread and hang all the animal cuts and I strengthened each piece with eyelets.

They were such great fun to make and I have more animals in the pipe line – stay tuned!

My little boy gave many a cheesy smile at his decorations and they were well received by all our guests. Have any of you been creating your own handmade decorations this Christmas or for another celebration? We’d love to see them! Please do tag us or share your creations so we can see what you’ve all been up to.

Tagged: bunting, decoration

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