Pirate Flag Bunting for a Pirate Party or Just for Fun

My little one is not yet aware of these, but I have this whole pirate plan.  It started off with this pirate flag craft, but it’s going to end in a really cool rainy day activity…and that’s all I’m saying about that for now!  To be more technical, I believe this string of small flags would correctly be called “bunting,” but we went with the more obvious “flags” around here.

What You Need to Make Pirate Flags

 

 

 

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We also used the discarded triangles from when we “notched” the flags, gluing them on to some of our blank flags for a nice colorful outcome.

 

Pirate Party Decorations and an Alternative Happy Birthday Banner

Grab our free pirate party printables for your little swashbuckler – there’s pirate cupcake toppers, coordinating cupcake wrappers, and a happy birthday banner. Simply print the cupcake toppers, cut them out (a 3 inch scrapbooking hole punch would work as well), and glue them back to back with a popsicle stick in the middle of them. For the banner, use a normal hole punch to put holes in the top corners of each letter flag, then string the banner together with a ribbon to hang it up.

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Lorna Doone Brewer is a freelance writer, also known as the Queen Bee. She lives in the beautiful Inland Northwest with three spirited daughters and a wildly outnumbered husband.

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