Burlap ribbon wreath plus a giveaway

Last year, I shared with you a knotted burlap wreath.
It was one of my most popular posts from 2013.
I love burlap and am amazed at how far it has come in the past few years.
Seriously, burlap ribbon????
That stuff is awesome!
So I decided to make a burlap ribbon wreath using the same technique as I did for my knotted burlap wreath.

You will need:
a wire wreath form
burlap ribbon 
{I got mine from burlapfabric.com}
this is the linen ribbon I used and the burlap ribbon I used
You will need about 100 yards of ribbon for a very large wreath like this.
{about 6-8 rolls depending on the size roll}

I cut my jute and linen ribbon into 6-9 inch strips.
It doesn't have to be exact.
The difference in size adds depth to your finished wreath.
Can I just tell you that cutting burlap ribbon is 100% easier and less messy than cutting regular burlap.

Start with the inside and begin tying your ribbon to the wire wreath.

I made a pattern with the burlap ribbon {4 ties} and then the linen ribbon.

It's the perfect spring wreath!

Bulapfabric.com would love to give one of my readers a $40 credit to spend in their store.
Burlapfabric.com has fabulous customer service and more burlap {and more} products then you can shake a stick at!  Looking for burlap for a rustic wedding?  They have a whole section!  Need tablecloths?  Yep, they have them.  Ribbon and twine? Check.  Go check out the website and see for yourself!
Your $40 credit will go a long way at burlapfabric.com!

1 comment

Suzan Sweatman said...

I've made a few drop cloths ones using this method but hated having to cut the fabric into strips - this sounds so much easier !
Looks so pretty!
Happy weekend

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