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Neighbor Gift Idea — Make Burlap & Chalkboard Gift Bags!!

 I have a fast, inexpensive, easy project to share that would be really fun to make as neighbor gifts this year. Burlap and Chalkboard Fabric Gift Bags! … [Read more...]

Guest Project — Make Burlap Christmas Trees!

Hello all!!  I am Angie with The Country Chic Cottage and I am BEYOND thrilled to be here on Tatertots and Jello!!   The Country Chic Cottage is all about decor, transformations, crafting, and tutorials...all while on a budget!  I started blogging after a new year's resolution to spruce up my home decor.  The twist?  No budget to do it with!  :)   Come on over and follow along with my … [Read more...]

A little Project to do this weekend — Make a Burlap Scrabble Wreath!

Can you believe that next week is THANKGIVING???   Gah - where did the time go??There is so much to DO! If you have an hour to spare, here's a little wreath that will add a little Thanksgiving cheer to your front door: {Click on the Read More button for the full tutorial} … [Read more...]

Guest Project — How to Make the Easiest Project Ever!

Hi all you Tatertot and Jello readers! I am Katie from Impatiently praying for patience.   I am so excited to be here today to show you how to make the easiest project EVER!!! Seriously, all you people out there that are too scared to do a DIY project... This is the one to start you out. Here is all you need. A glue gun spray paint a butter knife picture frame with … [Read more...]

Guest Project: Monogrammed Burlap Garden Flag Tutorial

Hi! My name is Kelli, and most days you can find me blogging over at Random Thoughts of a SUPERMOM! I love to be crafty, bake yummy stuff, and take pictures of my three wild and crazy boys. And then I love to share about all of those things on my blog. I am SUPER excited to be posting at Tatertots and Jello today! Jen is such a crafty inspiration, so it is a little intimidating to post one of my … [Read more...]

Get Organized with Burlap!

Here's a little project I made when I did my closet redo. I made a few more the other day. This is a stylish way to keep your jewelry or other small items organized. It would also be great in an office to keep small things like -- paper clips, staples, push pins or rubber bands organized. I used the same technique that I did when I made my burlap magnet boards, but I cut the boards narrower and … [Read more...]

Spring Project: Ruffled BURLAP Runner Tutorial!

I have had a few people ask me to post a tutorial for my Spring burlap runner. So here it is!{Spring Ruffled Table Runner} Materials: BurlapFabric scraps or fat quartersFabric for back of runner Ribbon or quilt bindingQuilt battingSewing machine and threadPins Here's what you do: First decide how long you want your runner to be. I wanted mine to be 60 inches in length by 17 inches wide. Then cut … [Read more...]

Spring Project: Ruffled BURLAP Runner

I'm so excited to be guest blogging over at Kristine McKay Designs today! She has an amazing blog and is so talented! I am sharing a the tutorial on how to make this fun Spring project to brighten up your kitchen. Will you come over and say hi? Thanks! Have a Wonderful Monday!XOXO PS - A new giveaway is coming up in a few hours. I think you'll love it!Tweet … [Read more...]

Ruffled Burlap Easter Wreath tutorial

I finally made an Easter project. I don't know what my problem has been lately. I didn't make anything for St. Patrick's Day, but I've finally got my Easter groove on. I also got my Easter boxes out today and decorated - yay! This was a really quick and easy wreath to make. I think the total time was around 1 hour -- including decoupaging the eggs (but not drying time). If you want to make one, … [Read more...]

Repurposing Old Jewelry — with burlap!

 I got to go back to Studio 5 again today to do another segment. This time we talked about burlap bracelets. It was so fun! I thought I would share the bracelets and instructions in case you want to make them! You can use any bangle or cuff that you have lying around. This is a great way to repurpose old jewelry. You take your bracelet and cut a length of burlap or any other sort of fabric … [Read more...]