Thank you for all the wonderful comments left in response to my celebrating post. I was swept away to some incredibly beautiful places as I read what you 'are loving' right now. Thankyou for sharing your joys and inspirations - i'm in the process of responding to each and everyone personally.
Congratulations to the winners of my bunting giveaway. Michelle will be receiving the atlas bunting and Julie can look forward to her novel version arriving the the mail.
Just as an 'extra' thankyou for all the wonderful comments and emails, here is a little tutorial showing how I make mine - just in case you would like to make your own:
 Trim the edges off the page. My page measures 4 1/2 inches wide x the height of the original page.
 Measure 2 1/4 inches along the bottom, mark and cut from this centre point to the top corners to form a triangle.
 Fold over top edge 1 inch.
 Trim off the little overhanging pieces.
 Cut your length of string (mine is 4 metres long). I work from the middle out, so measure 2 metres and start from here. Lay sting in folded crease and apply a small blob of craft glue. This will prevent your flags from sliding around.
 Secure with a paper clip for a minute or so, allowing glue to dry.
 Repeat with the rest of your paper flags. I have 15 flags per bunting with 2 1/2 inch spaces between each one.
 Now machine sew across each flag using a nice straight stitch. I sew 1/4 inch in from the edge. I also leave some nice 'flyaway' lengths of cotton each end :-)
I hope my explanations have been clear. You can click on the pictures to see a larger image. Please feel free to email me with any questions.