Cynthia from Simply Chic Treasures was shopping at Michaels when she came across a pretty burlap vase with script. It was more than she was willing to pay, but, fortunately, Cynthia’s a crafty gal who could fashion one of her own. Enter a dollar vase from Goodwill and a leftover scrap of burlap. I love [...Read More]
Even the ugliest container can be made beautiful with a bit of burlap and rope! Just check out this vase that Lucy from Craftberry Bush created from a tin can. After covering her can with burlap, Lucy finished the edges and handle with rope and then added text with a Sharpie. This is a great [...Read More]
Kristen from Ella Claire created almost an exact replica of Pottery Barn’s burlap table runner. She says, “It is the easiest table runner you will ever make! And I love how it matches all of my various seasonal decor and adds so much fun texture to my table. At PB, they were selling for $50, [...Read More]
Here’s yet another great way to create some mood lighting for your outdoor space! Doreen from Hymns and Verses made this lantern that’s full of natural appeal using burlap, rope, and jute. This is also an eco-friendly project since Doreen’s repurposed an empty tea container for the “frame” of her lantern. Doreen had all her [...Read More]
Aimee from Twigg Studios handed painted a burlap pillow. The white paint against the texture of the burlap looks awesome. Burlap and white screams beachy, doesn’t it? She was inspired by a Beach Pillow at Pottery Barn that is no longer sold. Check out Twigg Studios for the full tutorial.
Kristen from Ella Claire decided to add a little botanical with burlap and created a really pretty frame. I love the texture of the burlap against the fruited flowers, so pretty. Set against a dark wood frame this is really a gorgeous art piece. Kristen was inspired by the Multi-Mat frames from Pottery Barn that [...Read More]
After seeing “deconstructed” furniture in person, Amanda from Burlap & Denim was even more in love with that mid-construction look than ever. She replicated it with a secondhand sofa and some burlap and thumb tacks. The transformation totaled in at $8.50 thanks to Amanda’s cost-effective substitution of inexpensive thumb tacks for pricey nailheads. Amanda also [...Read More]
I know I am not alone when I saw that I love a nice basket, so it was no surprise that this burlap-lined one from Summer at Summer Scraps caught my eye. Summer lucked out by finding a basket with a color and texture almost identical to her inspiration at the thrift store for only [...Read More]