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You are going to love this easy burlap wreath tutorial! It is so easy to make and will look great on your front door anytime of the year. Making a burlap wreath is easy with these step by step instructions. This is kicking off burlap Craft Lightning week as well where all of the crafts take 15 minutes or less. You can scroll to the bottom of this post to see the crafts from today. Then stay tuned for even more burlap fun all week!
Supplies needed for this easy burlap wreath:
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- Wreath form
- Scrap canvas fabric
- Burlap 8″ Round Shapes (3)
- Ticking Fringe
- Jute Cord
- Hot glue and a glue gun
Making a burlap wreath:
Start by ripping some scrap canvas into strips. Ripping the fabric gives you that tattered edge. You can snip the edge and rip and you will get the perfect strip with the grain every time. Repeat until you have enough strips to cover your entire wreath form.
Wrap your wreath form with the strips securing the ends with hot glue. Let the rough edges stay exposed as shown in the image below.
Set the wreath aside and work on your burlap flowers. Gather up the burlap circles and secure with some of the cording as shown below to make a freestyle flower with finished edges. These rustic flowers are the perfect addition to a burlap wreath.
Work the burlap circle until it resembles a flower and then add to the wreath with additional hot glue. Repeat with three of the burlap circles as shown below. Can’t find the pre-made burlap circles? Try cutting burlap into 8-inch circles and stitching the edges on your sewing machine so they will not fray.
To make centers for your flowers, start with a pool of hot glue on some scrap canvas. Carefully add the jute in a circle as shown below.
Trim the excess canvas away from the jute with scissors and add the flower centers to the wreath using hot glue.
Now all that is left is to find something to use to hang your burlap wreath. You can use canvas fringe as shown below for a hanger for your wreath.
Then just hang your easy burlap wreath on your door or anywhere else in your home. Don’t you just love a burlap wreath tutorial as simple as this one? Making a burlap wreath has never been easier or cuter!
And those burlap flowers? Just gorgeous and oh so simple to make!
Will you be making this rustic, farmhouse style burlap wreath for your home? You can also make our burlap sunflower wreath to change things up a bit!
Love this burlap wreath tutorial and want more ideas? Try the links below!
Looking for a rustic wedding guest book? Try this burlap heart wedding guest book from Morena’s Corner.
Looking for some beach inspired craft ideas? Try these burlap beach decor frames from Frog Prince Paperie.
Stay tuned as we have more great quick and easy burlap craft ideas all week! This burlap wreath tutorial is just the beginning.