Burlap and Lace Garland

Slowly I have been bringing in Fall decor into our home, since the end of September.  I know it’s early, but it’s been gradual.  Burlap and Lace Garland was the perfect finishing touch to our Fall decor.  Our burlap and lace garland is hanging in our dining room over our hutch but we have moved it around to our patio and you can also use it for your dessert table for your Fall party hosting!

As always I go with simple and inexpensive crafts, it took about 10 minutes to cut the strips and to tie them on.  I already had the burlap and lace ribbon in my craft stash, even better.

You will need, twine, burlap and lace.  Cut out your burlap and lace into strips all the same size.  Decide how long you want to your garland and cut your twine that length. Then start tying them around the twine.  I used about 40 strips of lace and burlap for 1.5 meters long garland.  It also depends on how you space them.

I didn’t mind that my burlap strips had an unraveled look to them.  Here’s an article with tips on working with burlap if you want it to look different.

First 2 images via Carla Ackermann Photography

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6 Responses to “Burlap and Lace Garland”

  1. Serena
    September 30, 2012 at 7:57 pm #

    What a great contrast- dainty and rustic. Thx

  2. October 1, 2012 at 6:57 pm #

    This is elegant and country chic! Love it. Thanks for sharing. I posted vintage chenille pumpkin to this party:) I’m a newbie, join my blog and like my fb page at http://www.sewsweetvintage.com Thanks so much!!!!

  3. October 7, 2012 at 11:54 am #

    This is absolutely precious! I love the combo of rustic and delicate in your fabric choices. I’m so pinning this!


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