Here is what I walked out of there with.
A medium sized grapevine wreath
An unfinished wooden letter
Chevron Burlap ribbon
5 burlap tulips
craft paint... i used Americana Desert Turquoise
Hot glue gun (not pictured)
Twine (for hanging, also not pictured)
I have to say that I am in complete love with these burlap tulips.
I have never seen them before and thought I was going to die from excitement. Hobby Lobby has a huge selection of burlap flowers. I WILL be back for more. Believe you me. ;)
I started out by painting my wooden letter. When painting unfinished wood I like to lay out some wax paper to use as a surface. It not only keeps paint off my counter, but it also won't stick to the wood like newspaper will.
Next I plugged in my trusty ole glue gun and played out with the layout while it warmed up. I pulled the sticks out of the tulips and glued everything into place.
I wrapped a piece of twine around the top of the wreath to make a loop for hanging. (Make sure you do this before adding the bow.
I cut off a piece of burlap ribbon (about 15 inches long) and formed it into a bow. All I did was make it into a circle by gluing the ends together... And then I punched the middle together and tied it in place with a piece of twine. I hot glued that to the top of the wreath.
Here is my finished project. All together the material cost me less than $25. (I used a 40% off coupon on the burlap ribbon.) Assembly took me about 15 minutes, not including drying time.
What do you think? Have you tried any fun projects using burlap flowers?
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