Burlap Easter Bunny Flag

Melissa from Two It Yourself says she may be a little obsessed with Pottery Barn but has to limit her purchases to the clearance section. However, that doesn’t mean she can’t get the Pottery Barn look through knock offs! Melissa saved herself $39 on this darling Easter flag, and it only took her an hour […Read More]

Burlap Bunny Napkin Rings

Burlap and bunnies come together again in these festive napkin rings made by Deneen at Dreaming in Color. Deneen made them at no cost using an upcycled wrapping paper tube and burlap she already had on hand. The sweet little bunny ears bring a smile to Deneen’s face and will surely delight her guests at […Read More]

Burlap and Drop Cloth Bunny Table Runner

Over at Silhouette School, Melissa shares how to make a burlap bunny table runner inspired by Pier 1. She says it is so simple her six-year-old helped make almost the whole thing! Melissa completed the project by ironing interfacing onto the back of a piece of drop cloth and then cutting out the bunny with […Read More]

Graphic Crow Burlap Pillow

Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict added this crow pillow to her collection of Halloween pillows inspired by Pottery Barn. Debbie simply used iron-on transfer paper to apply the crow and checkerboard graphic (which she has available for you!) to her fabric, stitched it to the front of her pillow cover, and VOILA! In […Read More]

No-Sew Burlap Pumpkin Pillow

Angie from Beneath the Magnolias made this beautiful and simple no-sew version of Pottery Barn’s pumpkin applique pillow for fall. Angie layered burlap for the applique and finished the edges with jute twine to keep it from unraveling. She even shares her pumpkin pattern so you can whip up your very own pretty pumpkin pillow […Read More]

Framed Art on the Cheap with Burlap Mat

Lauren from Bless’er House has a wealth of tips and tricks for creating wall art on the cheap. These came in handy when Lauren needed wall décor for her entryway. Combine thrift store frames, a can of spray paint, burlap, and calendar pictures, and you’ve got some frugal artwork that looks high end! And Lauren says the burlap mats are so easy to make they don’t even need a tutorial (but she’s kind enough to share one anyway)!

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“Happy Easter” Burlap Bunny Banner

Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict has been on a knock-off roll this spring and added an adorable bunny banner to her collection of PB-inspired Easter décor. Debbie substituted budget-friendly burlap for linen and kept thing simple by using Heat n’ Bond to adhere the bunny silhouette. The only sewing required is a simple straight stitch, or you could use fusible tape or even hot glue to make it a no-sew project.

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Welcome Spring with Burlap Wrapped Vases

While more snow may be on the way, we have finally seen some glimpses of spring-like weather lately. Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict was enjoying temps near 70 degrees when she was inspired to create burlap wrapped planters for some daffodils she scored at Wal-mart for a dollar. It was as easy as wrapping a remnant of burlap around a glass cylinder and then tying it with jute twine. This is one of those super easy projects that we all love!

burlap wrapped vases

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Holly Berry Wreath Pillow

Brandi from Don’t Disturb This Groove loves making pillows and sure can’t up a festive holiday one! She created a holly berry pillow by embellishing a simple burlap cover with brown cording and felt. Those are materials that definitely won’t break the bank! Brandi says, “It was really easy to create and a great way to practice some basic sewing and crafting skills.”

diy holly wreath pillow

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