Hope ya'll are not tired of my burlap projects.
I swear these sacks I have are never ending. I love em' and can't come up with enough projects for them. Let me show you real quick what I have done so far...
This was my first project...
Then from there I made my lampshade from left over scraps...
Mod podged on.
Still some scaps left, so
I decided to mod podge and burlap the top of this mini trunk..
I still have scraps left so today I decided just one more small project....
I had these coaster for sometime now. They never were my style.
Today I used some cork board to cover the top..
I hot glued the cork on top of the original coaster.
I then cut the squares to size and mod podged the burlap on the cork.
How easy was that?
They now sit on our coffee table and if in need of a coaster...
I have two bags left that I would love for one of my followers/friends to have.
If you are interested just leave me a comment and I will throw your name in the hat.
Awesome lettering in a nice shade of blue, and the other rice bag is blue with a pretty shade of green.
that is my favorite one actually.
As you can see these bags are quite large, and the possibilities are endless.
Hope I inspired some of your creative juices.
NOW onto the newbie party.
Blogging 6 months or less and/or less than 100 followers.
Please join in as a new friend.
Please add my link or button to your post.
I would appreciate you turning off Word verification as well.
Not needed and it is a real comment deterrent on your blog.
If you see your post is removed that is because you DID NOT follow my guidelines.
I prefer the link in the post, but if you have my button on your sidebar that is fine by me too.
I will announce the winner next Monday at the newbie party.
Labels: Anne Sloan Chalk, Burlap, diy cork coasters paint