Burlap Wreath

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Burlap Wreath

I am totally caught up in the magic of Burlap lately, I wanted to make a wreath, but not just any old wreath. I  loved the look of the book page wreaths everyone was making, so I decided I would use that style and incorporate the look of Burlap! It did take a little longer than making the book page wreath though, cutting that Burlap can be tricky and time consuming, but well worth it.

Burlap Wreath


Roll burlap bookpage style wreath


Cut your burlap in 4 1/2 inch long squares, roll from opposite corners and hot glue together.

layer jute burlap

Then glue them in rolls and layers close together around the wreath.

how to make a burlap wreath

Hot glue your ribbon on the back and that it! So simple. I came out really awesome and much larger than I thought! Love it!

Burlap Bookpage WreathXOXOKIMG

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95 thoughts on “Burlap Wreath

  1. What is the size of the straw wreath and the ribbon (12 inch)? It says 4 1/2 inch squares but I have not found 4 1/2 inch burlap ribbon (at Michaels, Hobby Lobby, or Amazon…) Thx! I am NEW to crafting.

    1. Hi Amanda,
      The Wreath is a around 14 inches wide. The burlap ribbon is from Michaels, it is in the floral supply section, where the tape, wire, wreaths, etc. are located. It is on large roll, 5 1/2 inches wide by so many feet~(I’m not sure how long my label is missing). You have to cut the ribbon into squares to make the wreath ~ I hope this helps. Good Luck!

  2. wow! I love it! I saw your post featured at the best of the link party Turning the Daunting Into the Doable. Thanks for sharing the “how tos” of making the cute wreath.

  3. Hi Kim, Thanks so much for sharing your burlap wreath at Project Queen’s Party last week. It is beautiful and I love the way you rolled the burlap! I will be featuring this tonight at the Highlight Party. If you have not grabbed and posted a PQ Blog button, I sure would appreciate it you did!!! Thank you SO much.
    PS I’m your newest Linky Follower.

  4. This is stupid cute… I seriously have a thing for burlap and love to see new ideas that people come up with. Knowing me, I would have gotten frustrated about a quarter of the way into the first layer and somehow hot glue my hand to the wreath, but you did an awesome job!

    Cant wait to see what you do next!

    Newest follower,

  5. I have an ongoing love affair with burlap… and this is why!!! So charming! Thanks for the how-to!

    Found you on Days on Chalk and Chocolate
    Visiting from Well Rounded, leahkoenig.blogspot.com

  6. Love it! And now I’m hooked. I want one…will have to try this. And I’m interested in what else you are doing so I’m your newest follower. Great job.

  7. Hi Kim — thanks so much for linking up at Craft Junkie Too last week — it is one of our Featured linkys from last week — so stop by and grab the featured me button for your blog. πŸ™‚

  8. This is absolutely adorable and would be perfect for the party I’m hosting this weekend. I don’t think I have enough time to make it happen. We’ll see.

  9. Must say – I love it!! I feel the same way about burlap!! Makes me want to pull my wreath out and see what I can do to change it up for Valentine’s, even though it’s just around the corner! Would love for you to link up with our new Sassy Sunday party @

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  11. wow, i love it. i have a major crush on burlap at the moment lol, im stopping by from momnivores dilemma, i would love for you to link this project up at
    thankyou im off to look around your blog some more xxx

      1. Hi Linda, I ‘ve heard a lot about you. I am glad you liked my blog. I am trying to get my mom to make her own blog, since she’s the reason I am so crafty. Thanks for stopping by. Kim Purvis ~Made in a Day

  12. Very cute and I do understand that it ended up being bigger than you thought. That happened with a sheet music one I was making for Christmas. I started on a 12 in circle wreath but it was 36 inches when done..yikes. Beautiful though. Can’t wait to make one like this though.

  13. Well, that’s a super cute take on the burlap wreath! I’ve never seen it done like this before, and I like it way better! πŸ™‚

    I’ve just started a link party devoted to projects inspired by pinterest. I’ve you’ve got any, I’d love for you to link up!

  14. I love, love burlap wreaths! I just did a giveaway on my blog for one of my burlap wreaths. This one is gorgeous- so different than any others I’ve seen! I’m your newest follower- I’d love for you to stop by my blog and follow me back if you’d like. We can keep up on each other’s burlap creations πŸ™‚
    Have a great week!
    Laurie @ Gallamore West

  15. These is beautiful! I made one similar and need to share it, but I really like this one!! I found you through Sunday Social and I am a new follower. πŸ™‚

  16. Using the burlap really transforms the whole look. of the book page wreaths. Very pretty! I have started to follow you via the Linky followers. If you have a chance, stop by for a visit and perhaps you may wish to follow me as well.

  17. Hi there! I’m new here, and I found your blog through the “Weekend Blog Hop” and thought I would stop by and say hello! I love all of your DIY projects! I can’t wait to see what you come up with next! Following!


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