Burlap is a fabric that brings rustic coziness and chic anywhere, that’s why it’s so widely used for fall décor. Decorating with burlap is a budget-friendly and easy idea and you can DIY a lot of things to bring a comfy feel to the space. Here are some tutorials you may like.
This Thanksgiving banner is made of burlap and cutout letters ‘Thankful’ attached to it. It’s rather easy to make and will be a great decoration for this holiday.
Turn usual votives into fall ones wrapping them with burlap and attaching fall or faux leaves. The idea is very easy and suits any transparent candle holder.
You can make your own faux fall pumpkin using wired burlap ribbon. The idea is simple: cut pieces of this ribbon, then make a pumpkin silhouette and glue the tops together. Add some yarn to imitate green leaves.
Burlap is amazing for wreath making, and this bold one is made of it, too. Bold orange burlap ribbon will remind of pumpkins and a green garland or fresh greenery will make your wreath nature-inspired.
Clean jars can be transformed into fall vases with burlap, paint of your choice, lace trim and hot glue. Paint the jars, glue the burlap and add lace trim. Now pour some water and put flowers.
This fall art piece is a burlap covered board with metal letters attached. Interested how to make it? Read the tutorial!
One more Thanksgiving banner here! Take burlap, write letters with fabric paint, then put burlap onto strings adding pinecones in between, and voila!
This fall centerpiece is made of faux sunflowers and leaves, floral foam and burlap. Stick sunflowers and leaves into the foam, then cover it with burlap.
For this Thanksgiving table runner you’ll need burlap, fabric paints and stencils. Just put stencils to get the words you want and cover tem with the fabric paint you like.
This burlap garland is great both for indoor and outdoor décor. Take burlap and simple weave in and out the fabric with a thread. Then just gather the burlap and you’ll get a pretty ruffled garland!
These candy bags are especially for Halloween, and your kids will be excited to get them! take some burlap and stitch the edges, then attach eyes and mouth appliques. You are done!
Don’t know what to use for gift wrapping at Thanksgiving? Take boxes! Cover them with burlap and use black sharpies to leave wishes or just write something.
This table runner is super easy to make. Just sew ribbons and lace trim to a piece of burlap, and if you can’t sew – just glue them.
Wanna know how to make these original fabric and burlap pumpkins? Read the tutorial to find it out, believe me, no sewing needed!
Pamper your kids with these cute burlap owls, no sewing needed! Just use some burlap, a glue gun and buttons of various shapes and colors.
Burlap ribbon is great for making wreaths, and this one is made of it. Watch the video to find out how to make it and then just add embellishments of your choice.