A few weeks ago, I received a huge roll of burlap ribbon from burlapfabric.com and I knew it was going to come in handy. I love having something like this in my supply stash. It’s so versatile. So, I kept it sitting in a vintage grocery basket in my office until inspiration hit.
I was in the frenzy to get ready for the Lucketts fair when it hit. As I’m preparing for a big event, I want to make the most of it, so I suddenly try to finish things that have been sitting around unfinished. I had some wood framed chalkboards from a craft store that I had set aside to paint. It was the day before and I didn’t have time to wait for paint to dry. Hmmm…the burlap ribbon. It was the perfect size to wrap around the frame and hot glue it on. It was quick, simple and they sold!
A couple of weeks later, I was working on a Christmas shoot for HGTV.com and the burlap ribbon called my name again. It was the perfect thing to use for my Christmas-at-the-beach table setting.
I wove it through greenery and hung it loosely from the chandelier.
burlapfabric.com sent me the ribbon for free, but didn’t pay me to write this post or say nice things. All opinions are my own and I really do love this stuff and thought it would be fun to share how I put it to use.
I’m almost all packed and I’m leaving for Atlanta tomorrow to help get ready for Haven. I can’t believe it’s finally almost here and I can’t wait to give hug to all of the girls who are attending.
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