The Many Uses of Burlap

Though the traditional use of burlap was for sacks, it has been transformed in the crafting world as a delightful accent. Burlap adds a perfect touch of rustic and can be used in a wide array of projects! Below are a few uses of burlap that we love.

1. Candles.  Adding a strip of burlap to candles can make them feel both rustic and chic.

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2. Monogramed Pictures.  Looking for a creative way to memorialize your wedding date? Printing your monogram and wedding date on a piece of burlap looks adorable in a frame and blends well in any home!

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3. Invitations.  Placing your invitation in a burlap bag can be either industrial or tropical; add this unique touch to your invitation to spice up the look.

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4. Banners.  Buntings have become a trendy way to add a fun catch-phrase to your decorations.  The versatility of burlap can meld well with any wedding.

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