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Hi I am Tammy from One More Time Events and today I would love to share with you all how I took a pre-made burlap runner and some burlap leaves to create a simple Fall Wall Art piece.

I am so happy to take part of this Burlap Lovers Series here at Domestically Speaking with Maryann and 21 other bloggers here sharing some great ideas using burlap. This series actually was perfect timing since most of my daughters wedding was done using burlap so there are lots of pieces that can be re-used and incorporate in my Fall decorating.

Burlap and hydrangea vignette www.onemoretimeevents.com

 

Burlap wall art supplies www.onemoretimeevents.com

Supplies

12X12 Magnetic Board (I had this magnetic board, but you could use canvas)

Premade Burlap Runner or you could create your own like Maryann did here

Package of Burlap Leaves

Wired burlap ribbon

White Paint Pen

Hot Glue Gun

 

Burlap wal art cut fabric to size www.onemoretimeevents.com

Cut the runner to the size of the magnetic and or canvas board, leaving enough to wrap around to the back side…approx 1 inch all around.

Burlap wall art adding burlap runner www.onemoretimeevents.com

pull all the corners in one at a time and hot glue into place,

Burlap wall art hot glue corners www.onemoretimeevents.com

 

Hot glue the rest of the burlap edges pulling each side up and around the edges, much like wrapping a present, glue those into place. Tip: be sure to pull taunt as you go so the burlap lays flat.

Burlap wall art hot glue burlap www.onemoretimeevents.com

Burlap wall art burlap covered magnetic board www.onemoretimeevents.com

Decorating the Front:

I ended up using 7 burlap leaves, but you can use how many you want, Arrange your burlap leaves into a wreath like circle pattern. Because these burlap leaves have a wire in the middle it made it easy to transform them by simply bending the leaves up in random places of the leaf to add deminsion to the Wall art.

hot glue them in place by gluing on the the flat parts of the leaf.

Burlap wall art bending wire on leaves www.onemoretimeevents.com

I actually left the wire showing mainly because it was brown and looked like vines but instead of leaving them straight I curled them. To curl them it’s pretty simple wrap the wire around a wooden skewer and pull it out.

 

Burlap wall art curling wire www.onemoretimeevents.com

To make the banner cut a piece of burlap wired ribbon to the size desired and write your message with a white paint pen

 

Burlap welcome banner www.onemoretimeevents.com

 

Here I wrote “Welcome” mainly becuase I want to be able to use it in the guest room when I am done using it as part of the Fall decorations. Leaves don’t just have to be used for Fall …in my book they can be used year around. What do you think? Should burlap leaves be only used for Fall or do you think they can be used all year around?

With the same white paint pen I added dashes around the edge of the burlap ribbon to look like stitches.

Burlap wall art welcome banner www.onemoretimeevents.com

 

Hot glued the welcome banner in place

Burlap welcome wall art completed www.onemoretimeevents.com

 

Burlap wreath wall art

Fall burlap vignette www.onemoretimeevents.com

That’s it… simple, fast and easy. Don’t you just love how you can take a few pieces and create a fast and easy project for the season or every day home decor? Like I said, I will be using this piece in our guest bedroom which I am currently redoing and this burlap wall art will go perfectly in there,

Maryann thank you so much for having me ….it was a lot of fun!

 

Burlap fall wall art vignette www.onemoretimeevents.com

 

Burlap series image

I would love it if you stopped by One More Time Events to see more on Fall decorating ideas,

Fall outdoor vignette collage www.onemoretimeevents.com

 

Fall Outdoor VignetteOutdoor fall decorating with pallets www.onemoretimeevents.com

Fall Decorating with Pallets

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