Burlap utensil holders easy diy

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Hello everyone! Hope all is well.

We have snow showers today here in the Carolina’s. Can you believe that?

Did you know…..

There are so many reasons to love Pinterest?

{you can follow me there too btw}

It is a time sucker though, and that part I do not love.

I pinned these pretty burlap utensil place setting holders a few weeks ago.

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I thought, oh how easy peasy and cute are these.

the original source came from

ruffled.com

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I love color, and I loved these colors combined.

After all, you did see

my recent

Country french burlap wreath

First things first.

Cut your burlap to size.

One piece of course being smaller than the other.

You want to be able to make a pocket

Martha stewart stencils

Of course a little embellishing.

Rememeber when I did my Martha Stewart

Spring cloche?

Well I used these little stencils with paint this time.

stenciling on burlap

they really did turn out perfect.

And you all know how much I love stenciling projects.

Are you getting tired of them yet?

Hope not, because I probably am not stopping any time soon.

Stenciling on burlap

Spring bird stencil

I suppose I have to set a Spring table soon so I can show my family or friends…perhaps a girls Spring luncheon is order soon.

burlap utensil place setting

thanks for stopping by today!

I always appreciate your visits and you kind comments.

P.S. this entire project of course was NO sew.

Hot glue gun is my friend, that is unless she burns me.

burlap place settings diyDid you miss my recent

French Country burlap wreath?

It is done is these fun fresh colors as well.

Heck, if you like burlap…

let me show you the way!

Burlap projects galore.

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  1. says

    Darling little project Debbie and your colors are so bright and cheery:) I just added you back to my subscriptions, so glad all the malware thing is over.

  2. Shelia says

    HI Debbie Dear! OH, there you go being marvelous again! I love these and such a good idea! Can you believe I’ve never used burlap before? These would work with fabric too. O, you’re giving me ideas.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  3. Cookie 17 says

    Hey Debbie,real cold here in Va. to .These are so cute been craft store around here just have couple colors in burlap,I love burlap but hate touch it.Don’t know why crazy huh ha,ha, Keep up great crafts you do.Thank’s

  4. says

    So very colorful and cheerful! What a fun way to add some personality to a table setting. I need to make another burlap project…I’m sure I have some scraps of burlap around here somewhere. Have a beautiful Sunday Debbie.

  5. says

    These are just adorable! Thanks for sharing them with us and how you made them. I have given myself many a hot glue burn working with burlap…darn all those little holes! gonna go see your burlap wreath now…

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