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Crafting with Burlap

Incorporate this season's trend into great crafting projects using our new burlap ribbon, bags and sheets. The versatility of this earthy material makes it easy to achieve a number of looks, whether rustic, vintage chic or modern & minimalistic.

Burlap Ribbon Wreath

Rustic Burlap Ribbon Wreath

Materials:
2 rolls of Natural Burlap Ribbon
Bookboard Wreath Form
Glue Gun
Ribbon








Step-by-Step

  1. This project uses 2 rolls of burlap ribbon - one for an outer layer and the other for an inner layer.
  2. Gather and hot glue one layer of burlap ribbon in small sections. Adhere this first layer of burlap closer to the outer edge of the wreath form.
  3. Gather and hot glue a second layer of burlap ribbon, closer to the inner edge of the wreath form.
  4. Use hot glue to affix two ends of satin ribbon on the back of the wreath. Tie a bow with the ribbon and hang to enjoy!


Burlap Treat Bag and Hang Tag

Burlap Treat Bag & Hang Tag

Materials:
Burlap Drawstring Bags
Hang Tag with Eyelets
Baker's Twine
Canning Jar Rubber stamp
Chestnut Color Box Inkpad
Zots Small Glue Dots




Step-by-Step

  1. Use Chestnut Colorbox ink pad to stamp the canning jar stamp onto the white hang tag.
  2. Use a small glue dot to affix a baker's twine bow to the hang tag.
  3. Thread the bag drawstring through the eyelet and this little gift bag is a cinch!


Button Napkin Wraps

Button Napkin Wraps

Materials:
Burlap 1" Ribbon
Natural Hemp Cord
Buttons
Sewing Needles







Step-by-Step

  1. Thread the Natural Hemp cord and set aside. Cut Burlap ribbon into 10" lengths.
  2. Loop burlap ribbon and criss cross ends, leaving overlap.Layer button on top where the burlap ribbon overlaps.
  3. Thread the needle and hemp cord through Burlap ribbon and button from the front, through the back and back out the front of the button.
  4. You will have 2 lengths of hemp cord coming out the front the button, tighten and tie into a bow. Trim ribbon lengths as desired.


Burlap Bag and Tent

Vintage Table Numbers - Burlap Wine Bag and Table Tent

Materials:
Burlap Wine Bags
Chalkboard Paint
2 rolls of Natural Burlap Ribbon
Table Tents
Chalkboard Scallop Circle Cards
Number Stencil Set
Black and White Twill Ribbon



Step-by-Step

  1. Burlap wine bag: Use Painter's tape or masking tape to mask off a rectangle shaped area. Paint inside the rectangle using painter's tape and allow to dry. Write table number using chalk.
  2. Table Tent: Wrap the burlap ribbon and black and white twill ribbon around the table tent. Use the number stencil and chalk to write the numbers onto the chalkboard scallop circle. Adhere the scallop circle to the table tent.