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If you love vintage decor, you can use burlap fabric to make decorations for your home. It can be used as a tree skirt or upcycled to create a mantel garland. Burlap fabric is versatile and can be used to decorate for various occasions such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, and baby showers. You can even use burlap to make placemats by drawing on them with a Sharpi marker. Here are some ideas to decorate with burlap:
First, make a wall hanging out of burlap. Instead of using the traditional fabric, use wired burlap ribbon, which is easier to bend and will stick together when creating crafts. This burlap fabric will look beautiful on your door when decorated with spring colors. Alternatively, you can use burlap to create a beautiful Easter basket wall hanging for your home. You can also use it to create a door hanger. For a unique look, hang a burlap canvas with a message of your choice.
Another idea is to make a burlap tote bag. You can decorate your burlap tote bag by adding a shabby rose. This flower can be glued anywhere on the bag, but looks particularly nice next to the strap. Burlap tote bags are also easy to make and can be a great project for beginning sewers. There are several variations available to create a burlap tote bag.
Alternatively, you can use burlap as a picture mat for your photos. Burlap is inexpensive and easy to get at your local Dollar Store. You do not even need to sew it together - the picture will hold it in place. And since it is a great way to display your favorite photos, burlap can also make a wonderful gift for someone. The possibilities are endless. So, go out there and decorate your home with burlap fabric! You'll be glad you did.
Another idea for using burlap is to make a table runner. A burlap table runner will add visual depth to a table. It's easy to do and can be used all year round. You can even use it as a table runner on a dresser or coffee table. And don't forget to use your creativity! A burlap table runner is a great way to use burlap fabric as an inexpensive decoration.