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New tutorial from our YouTube channel – check it out:
We are so proud to announce that we have received over 2000 likes now on for our Facebook page – keep the burlap love going. We’ve also hit over 2000 followers on Pinterest, which is awesome news!
Beverly sent us the following e-mail: Here is a five dollar chandelier I found at the restore… I painted the chandelier using Annie Sloans chalk paint..and then I used dark wax over that. I made two burlap bows and attached … Continue reading
We were super excited when Kim sent us these photos. Here is what she wrote to us (firstname.lastname@example.org – feel free to share photos and ideas, we love posting here!): Thought I would share my recent ornaments that I made … Continue reading
This is something made from one of our customers. She sent us this in an e-mail with a photo: This is what I made for me daughter with one of your pillows. They are Xmas gifts for her. The lace … Continue reading
One problem I’ve run into with burlap is the raw edges tend to fray. When you’ve put a lot of work into something only to have it fall apart, it can be discouraging. So, here’s one way I’ve found that … Continue reading
This burlap rose is simple and easy to make, but it looks beautiful. You can use regular burlap if you want, but I chose to use jute webbing for my roses. You can also attach them to wire or other … Continue reading
This Thanksgiving and fall themed piece of artwork would make a great addition to any home, during any season. It’s easy to make, and requires very little time and materials.
We’re happy to announce some new products: Used Cocoa Bags: Burlap Chair Sashes: And hopefully we will be adding some burlap wine bags soon