Loving on the burlap trend? I’ll show you how to make some rustic burlap ornaments for your tree that won’t break the bank!
Hello, Sugar Bee Readers! My name is Allison and I’m the crafty cat lady that just won’t stop over at Dream a Little Bigger.
At my own little piece of internet turf I share things I make with my own two hands 5 or 6 times a week! You’ll also find tasty recipes, interesting interviews with bloggers and an up-and-coming Sunday link party! But that’s enough about me, let’s get on with this tutorial, shall we? For this project you will need:
- Burlap by the yard (much cheaper!)
- Styrofoam balls
- Paper clips
- Decorative what-nots like tiny pine cones or jingle bells
- Hot glue gun
- Pipe cleaners or thread
First take your burlap and cut into thin strips, about an inch wide. Burlap naturally frays and we’re going for that look so no worried when it starts to come undone on you. Your strips don’t need to be perfect, just cut and go.