Remodeling a Vintage Farmhouse in the Middle of the Country
Welcome to the weekend.
Here’s a little light reading for you.
Five easy burlap projects you could do on a Saturday.
Any Saturday…….just like today.
Have a wonderful and blessed weekend and I’ll see you on Monday.
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Did you ever dream of growing up to be a burlap queen? It doesn’t sound like something “to be”, but yet those burlap curtains earned you the title. And, you continue to add jewels to your crown.
Thanks for reminding us of all these wonderful burlap projects. xo Laura
I bow to the Burlap Guru… Great ideas Karianne! Your drapes will always be my favourite though… smocked bliss!
Thanks for the early morning pretty!
Thank you for all your pretties! I see more bows in my future and burlap creations in my dreams! Have a fantastic weekend!~~Angela
Great ideas..I’ve always loved those curtains..Guess I’ll have to go get myself some burlap..
Each one beautiful! I’ll be in the garden on this perfect spring weekend. Curious what kind of camera you use for your shots. They are crystal clear and the room shot has fantastic dimension. Enjoy your weekend with your sweet family.~ Sarah
You had me at burlap! I love your burlap wrapped vase and those smocked curtains are soooo stinkin’ pretty. Have a wonderful weekend Karianne!!
Great post and info, I love burlap.
i really like the way the way the vase came out – I like how things look printed – or transfered – or even painted onto burlap –
I also like this creative Saturday posting technique!
I love all your burlap projects and those draperies are just devine! Thank you so much for telling us about Patina Green. I love their store and will try to visit next time I am in Texas. I found two drawer handles and several draw pulls and have ordered them just now.
Have a great weekend.
Good day! Is there a tutorial for the wine bottle burlap transfer thingy somewhere? It is so nice. And I love you!! I either laugh or cry when I read your blog. Venn Diagram= cry Bok Choy= Laugh (:
I’ve always loved your smocked burlap curtains. The vase is adorable and is something I could probably actually do!
I bought a beautiful faucet handle months ago knowing that the perfect project would surface for it! I think I just found it with those tassels! And, I am drooling over those curtains! Life to the full! Melissa
What great projects, absolutely love the vase! And so easy to make too
Rock on girl with the burlap roundup hehe
great projects AND great photo’s! Love the rustic luxe style, might try some of these ideas!
Marvelous projects! I really love the vase – that’s my daughter’s married last name and I’d love to make one for their next anniversary!
I hope you have a blessed day,
In your wedding photos, you look like Judy Garland! In her prime..! I love your unique “voice”, too! Barbara
I love all things burlap. Thank you for sharing these projects. Also love your stenciled stepping stones too.
These are all gorgeous, thanks for sharing! ~Diane
I think I remember that your Mom got you the burlap drapes…is that right? I practically fainted when I saw your picture and read the story. We had just moved into our new home and I was looking for the PERFECT something to put on OUR dining room windows. I immediately went online to the same source and snagged me two for our dining room at the outlet price (double whoop!). I had to laugh because they were described as “jute” drapes but no fooling my hubby…he looked at me fingering the new arrived and opened packages and said, “Seriously? You’re going to put BURLAP in our dining room?” (like that is a bad thing?). I said, “No, of course not! I’m hanging SMOCKED BURLAP in the dining room!” In the end, he agrees they fit perfectly.
Gorgeous, as always! That burlap vase is beautiful.
Love them all! I especially adore the smocked burlap curtains!!