Thursday, August 11, 2011

Burlap Monogram

I am absolutely in love with any craft involving BURLAP right now. A touch of burlap adds the perfect amount of rustic appeal to just about anything! It’s a neutral color, so it goes with all color schemes and its versatility allows for it to be used in many different ways. Besides its use for sack racing, burlap can be used for furniture, banners, weddings, wreaths, curtains, bows, and so much more! Oh, and did I mention burlap is not just an eco-friendly fabric option, it’s also super inexpensive?!

My most recent burlap project is a monogrammed canvas. I am thrilled with how it turned out. 

You Will Need:
Canvas {I used 12x12} - $6.99
{1/2} Yard Burlap - $1.50
Black Acrylic Paint - .22
Paint Brush - $1.99
Staple Gun - $7
Letter Stencil - free
To create my stencil, I used “Times New Roman” font, and blew it up to size 800. Once it was printed, I very carefully cut it out.
 and taped it to the burlap so it didn't move while I painted.
Time to paint!
Let it dry for a few hours before removing the stencil.
Make sure your letter is centered on the canvas before you start stapling...
 The perfect addition to our guest book table!
And now it hangs in our living room.


  1. Great idea! I love an easy craft project!

  2. That turned out so fantastic! I love the texture of the burlap with a monogram, great job lady!

  3. Very cute idea! Love anything monogrammed so this is right up my ally.

    I heart burlap too! All of our runners and chair ties were burlap! I am starting to incorporate it into our home decor too..

  4. ^I should have added that the runners and chair ties were for our wedding reception :) duh! :)

  5. I love this :) how creative, simple and just plain lovely! You should stop by my blog and enter my Bobbie Brown eye shadow compact Giveaway! It ends Tuesday :)

  6. Super cute Christina! What a great idea!

  7. This is sooo cute!! (And your dog is even cuter!) I love burlap! My boyfriend's last name starts with an 'M' and I'm always adding new decorations to his house... this is definitely my next project!! Love the idea! Your blog is adorable :)

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  8. That turned out sooo good! I love it! I could use an "M" as well ;)


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