Burlap Bubble Wreath Tutorial & Window Repurpose

Hey There!

A while ago I showed you the Repurposed Window turned Hook Board that I made for our laundry room. In that post I shared that I had gotten three windows for $5 total! Window number two found a new home on the wall in our guest bedroom. Little Finch and I made a burlap bubble wreath to hang on it and I am totally in love! I think that it looks great and am so happy with how it turned out!

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Come along and see how we made it!

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Supplies:

-One foam wreath form

-1/4 yard burlap fabric

-Lots of sewing pins

-Scissors

-Ribbon

Bubble Wreath How to

My super cute helper got all of the pins ready for me! šŸ˜‰

I then used a brown piece of ribbon to hang it onto the top latch of the window. I’d like to get a thicker piece in the future but this is what I had on hand and I was too excited to wait to hang it!

I added this black pull onto the window for embellishments. I love the frayed look of the burlap. It really adds a nice element!

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What do you guys think? You like it? Will you plan on making one yourselves? Leave a comment letting me know!

Please LIKE me on Facebook HERE and PIN this tutorial!! šŸ™‚

Happy Crafting!

Love,

*Little Sparrow

13 Comments

  1. June @ I will Craft.... says:

    Great wreath, simple but elegant looking – gotta love burlap!

    1. Thanks very much June! This was my first time working with burlap and I love it!

  2. Mindy @ Heart Maine Home says:

    This is so adorable — I love it! A great fall wreath.

  3. Amy at The Red Chair Blog says:

    Love it! Simple and pretty!

  4. This is really cute! and I love that your little kiddo helped. šŸ™‚

  5. Love this wreath. Is simple and would be so easy to do. think I have burlap left and just may have to do one for my fall front door.

    Karan

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  8. Do you think I could use chevron burlap ribbon instead of fabric?

    1. absolutely!! I bet it would be gorgeous!! If you make one, send a picture and I’ll post it!!

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