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Burlap Fall Tile Sign

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Something about Burlap screams “fall”- don’t you think?  So, today for the Burlap Lovers’ Series, I made this Fall Burlap Wall Hanging, and you can too!

Hi everyone, I’m Valerie from Occasionally Crafty, a blog about simple crafts, recipes, and projects for all you busy people!  I love fall, I love burlap, and I love making things, so I’m thrilled to be part of this series!  Read on for the tutorial to make this cute banner:
What you’ll need:

  • Wide Burlap Ribbon- plain or printed
  • Chevron Burlap Ribbon
  • 4 Wooden Tiles (I used a coaster kit from Michaels)
  • Adhesive
  • Paint
  • Vinyl or Stencil for Letters

Instructions:

 

  • Cut a 22 inch-long piece of the wide burlap ribbon.  This will be your base.  Cut the end into a banner or pointed shape, whichever you prefer.  Set aside.

 

    • Paint your wooden tiles in desired color.  I used the PVPP method to stencil my letters
    • P- Paint the whole tile the color you want your letter to be (shown white).  Let dry completely.
    • V- Place a vinyl letter in desired place.
    • P- Paint over the letter in your final color (shown black)
    • P- Peel off your vinyl letter to reveal a perfectly stenciled letter.
  • Glue your tiles securely to the burlap ribbon, leaving about an inch at the top and several inches below the last tile.
  • Tie a bow with the chevron ribbon and glue it to the plain burlap.

Simply hang this on a nail or pushpin wherever you need a gorgeous piece of fall decor!

Don’t forget to check out all the other awesome burlap projects!

 

If you love fall decor, you might also like my DIY Faux Pumpkin Vase,

or my Free Fall Pumpkin Printable!


Thanks so much for stopping by today!

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11 Comments

  1. This is beautiful! I love how burlap adds a rustic element to any craft. I wouldn’t want to take this down when the season changed, lol!

  2. I agree – burlap does seem to match fall quite well. I love your project and am happy to learn the PVPP method. I look forward to giving it a try on my next project.

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