First, it was adding scrapbook paper to an old window to create this Knock-Off Ballard Design.
While I loved the look,
I just wanted to add a little more depth.
And since everything in my world is leaning toward neutralicious,
I decided burlap would be the perfect touch!
I used an old grapevine wreath that used to hand on our front door, and wrapped it in strips of burlap.
Now I didn’t get too technical here.
I simply hot glued a whole bunch of loops to the face of the wreath
(however if I did it again I would probably do a little twisting here and there and not be quite so uniform).
I lived a little on the wild side for the inside and outside edges.
Twisting and turning, then gluing every now and then.
I added a bow to the top….and there you have it!
I love the natural look & texture the burlap adds to the wreath :o)
7 thoughts on “Burlap Wreath”
I love it! Burlap is fab.
I really like how all the colors go together! The wreath just adds a little something extra to it:) Thanks for sharing!!!
That does look great, love it!! Stop by my blog anytime :) Have a wonderful rest of the week!
Love this wreath! Great job! Thanks so much for linking up to Made With Love! You are being featured on my FB page today! http://www.facebook.com/SewChatty
Very pretty! I love the added texture of the burlap!
It looks great! I love the idea of the loops to add texture instead of the usual wrapped wreaths I see. Thanks for sharing :)
Oh that's pretty! I made a burlap wreath last year with a wooden I painted A white and a red ribbon- http://ofdandelionsanddaffodils.blogspot.com/2011/10/moving-on.html