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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.
- 3 Burlap Garlands, 5 Inches by 10 Yards
- Hot glue and gun
- 14-Inch Straw Wreath
- Rotary Cutter and mat
- Decorative ribbon
Cut your burlap in 4 1/2 inch long squares, roll from opposite corners and hot glue together.
Then glue them in rolls and layers close together around the 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!
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