Happy Monday friends! There is something about rope that makes my mind wander to the sea. I love adding that nautical element in my summer décor. I thought it would be fun to look back at a few summer projects I’ve done using rope.
My rope cloche was made by trying a project I had pinned on Pinterest. I used a grenadine bottle and tried the “nail polish remover and string lit on fire method” to cut the glass.
The result was fantastic. I love how the rope cloche turned out. So perfect to display little treasures.
The roped candlestick was so easy to make. It started with a candlestick that I had scored for free in garage sale leftovers. It had been spray painted, but was ready for a summer makeover.
I used hot glue to adhere the rope to the candlestick. I love how the rope looks around the candlestick’s curves.
This next projects takes only rope and hot glue too.
The nautical rope coasters took less than 10 minutes to make and look perfect on my map side tables.
I hope these easy summer rope projects inspire you to get your summer décor on.
Don’t forget… the Fun in the Sun Blog Hop starts today over at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia & on Thursday, June 27th it’s your turn to share your summer inspiration!