Saturday, March 17, 2012

The Easiest Burlap Wreath You will ever make!

Dictionary Definition of Easy
 a: causing or involving little difficulty or discomfort <within easy reach>
 b: requiring or indicating little effort, thought or reflection






 I just love the look of full, layered burlap wreaths. I have two of them hanging on my doors this season which I will show you this week. They are fun to embellish based on the time of year or you can just leave them alone and enjoy their beauty.



Supplies needed:
  • 16 inch wreath form- you can pick these up at any craft store. you can also use 18 or 12 inch
  •  4 inch burlap- for this wreath I used about 12-15 yards ( one roll is 10 yards). You can pick this up at any craft store.
  • scissors
  • embellishments- optional


Begin by looping burlap through the wire form. I  looped my burlap through the top, middle and outer rims.

To create the fullness, I looped the burlap through the rims and pushed everything together. Continue this process all around the metal form.

When you are done, you will want to go back and "fluff out" any twisted loops and move any loops to conceal the metal frame.

 
 

I used jute to secure my bunny and flowers to the wreath. The jute blends in with the burlap and is a good concealer. You can also use floral wire.
 Now you know what easy means!

For details on this years Spring Wreath for 2014....in blue, click here

For my summer idea click here.

For my fall idea click here

 Pumpkin idea here

Halloween Ideas here

Valentine idea here

Christmas Ideas


For more details on how to make these wreaths and answers to commonly asked questions you can also click here






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196 comments:

  1. Oooh, I love this. Will have to give it a try!

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  2. Just love that! So easy, but such a big bang! You are a decorating master!

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  3. HOW FABULOUS IS THIS!!!! i LOVE IT!!!! i wish i had seen it before featuring items today -- i MUST feature this next week! it is wonderful!!!! cheers -- i will have a guinness for you!!! : ) hugs...

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  4. You had me at easy - the only kinds of crafts I'll make!! Love this! Gotta share this on my FB page and pinning!
    Kelly

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  5. hello. I have been wanting to make a burlap wreath for a long time. I could build you a kitchen but a burlap wreath "NOT". I have all the fixing too. You made it so simple. Will get one together this weekend. Is it ok if I share your post.

    Thanks so much from a happy new follower. Sheryl

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    1. Hi! share away. Perhaps we will all have burlap wreaths hanging on the door one day!
      happy weekend!
      laura

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  6. StephanieDMarch 17, 2012

    Thanks for this! I just bought the same wreath and bunny from Pier 1 yesterday, hope you don't mind if I copy

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  7. Just spotted this via Pinterest...re-pinned it of course! Love, love it!

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  8. Beautiful!! I made one for my daughter's birthday using the same technique. You're right, it is easy! I think I'll take off her birthday embellishments and add Easter stuff. Great idea!! :)

    I've pinned this!!

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  9. Easy is right up this lazy crafters alley ;) So cute. Love me some burlap!

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  10. this is fantastic. ok. gotta pin this!

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  11. I love it! I want one!
    Debbie

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  12. beautiful! What a great idea!

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  13. The cutest one I have seen yet! I've got to try this! I do love it. You make it look so easy!

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  14. Easy should of been my middle name, and not for the reasons of being a young hussy! I can do easy projects, and I can see myself accomplishing this. Gotta get me a wire form next trip.

    ~Bliss~

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  15. Yeah but even hussy's can do this! :)

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  16. that is so lovely, I have to try it

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  17. You are fabulous! Thank you so much! I have been trying to figure out how to make this wreath since November!

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  18. I really want to attempt to make this wreath. Wondering if you are using string or glue or anything to secure the burlap to the metal?

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  19. Just beautiful!! I HAVE to try this :)

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  20. This wreath is beautiful! I'm in love with it--must make ASAP!

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  21. I LOVE this wreath!! So simple & so pretty!! Thanks for sharing such a great tutorial Laura!!

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  22. Love this!!! Will be getting the supplies together to make it this week, awesome tutorial, thanks for sharing.

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  23. I would love a few more directions on how to get started....I got all the stuff but I can't seem to get it started...what am I missing?? Help please :)

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    1. Thank you for saying this. I thought it was just me

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  24. I love your burlap wreath! I enjoy the look of burlap but sometimes it can be a pain - you made this look so easy I'm for sure going to have to try it! I'm a new follower, hope you stop by too!
    http://asundayafternoon.com/

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  25. Beautiful. I have to try this. I am also sharing on my FB page and Pinterest.

    Thank you for sharing!

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  26. Oh I can't wait to make this wreat! It looks so great. You have a beautiful blog and a beautiful home.

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  27. What a great wreath! I can't wait to try one myself. You have a beautiful blog and home.

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  28. Thanks for sharing this! The other ones I've seen look much harder. I think I'll try this out!

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  29. Beautiful!!! This is my first visit to your blog and I'm a new follower via L.F. I'm going to head to the store today and buy a metal wreath...maybe 2 or 3... :-).
    I'd love it if you shared this at a party I have going on at Project Queen. Here is the link if you are interest.
    http://projectqueen.org/welcome-to-link-party-26-turning-the-daunting-into-the-do-able

    Have a great day!

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  30. This is great. I love how easy it is but looks like it would be difficult to do. I hope you'll link up to my Hippity Hop Easter Project Hop.

    http://www.itsybitsypaperblog.com/2012/03/hippity-hop-easter-project-hop.html

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  31. So pretty and easy; two of my favorite things. Thank you for posting.

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  32. Love this project, Laura! I have some of that burlap garland, too; just need the wreath frame.

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  33. It might be the easiest.... but it still looks AMAZING!!!

    Thanks for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer... From Dream To Reality!!

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  34. Laura, This is such a great tutorial and a very chic and upscale wreath. I am making this one for sure! I love the sweet nest you put on it to make it a spring beauty!
    I am your newest follower!
    Yvonne

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  35. This is Gorgeous!! Your Newest Follower:)
    Stay Fashionable! Love,Candy
    www.candysclothescloset.blogspot.com

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  36. I absolutely love this! I made a similar burlap wreath a few years ago, but I like yours with the loops much better. I just may have to "borrow" (OK, steal) this from ya! Happy Spring!

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  37. This is beautiful and looks super easy! Thanx for sharing!

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  38. So pretty! I love the added birds nest, too! Thank you for the easy-to-follow tutorial, too.

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  39. You should see the number of repins I got on Pinterest.
    LOVE this Wreath!!!

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  41. Hello!! I love this idea!!! What size was your wreath frame? The largest size???

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  42. Can you please tell me the width of your burlap ribbon?

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    1. She says 4" but all I could find locally was about 4 1/2". It worked out great. I found it at Michaels.

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  43. What a gorgeous wreath! I just came across tons of burlap at a garage sale the other day and have been wondering what to do with it. Thank you for the inspiration!

    Jen @ Noting Grace

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  44. I really like this. Thanks for the tutorial!

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  45. Oh I love it! The wire frame is perfect!
    Shannon
    (www.akadesign.ca)

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  46. Laura, This is absolutely stunning! I just love burlap and natural elements and this is just devine!! ;)
    Bonnie :)

    www.uncommondesignsonline.com

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  47. You're wreath is beautiful Laura! I love using burlap and have made quite a few wreaths with it, but I've never seen it used in this way. I love how the background is flowy and cloud-like. Great result ;) -Jenna, SAS Interiors

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  48. What size burlap ribbon ? 4" wide? and how many yards did it take? How big was the wire wreath form? Thanks for the information.
    Cindy

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  49. How do you get started with the loops? I can't wait to make this cute wreath!

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    1. I was wondering the same thing.... have you found out?

      thanks, teresa

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    3. Laura,
      thanks for replying. I finally got it to work somehow, not sure if it was the right way. haha my email is tcleveland@pgtc.com

      Thanks so much,
      teresa

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    4. can you send me the notes too?! im sitting here with my burlap all rolled out and cannot get it to work without the green showing through!!! im dying to make this before sunday! laurenmakins@gmail.com

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    5. AnonymousJune 19, 2012

      Hi! A little late to the game, but also trying to get this started, can someone please share the notes? Sdavenport001@carolina.rr.com. Thanks!

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    6. Please share the starting secret with me also cowgrldebi@yahoo.com

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    7. Me too! Can't get it started :/

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    8. Me too. Got everything here but I can't get the loops to work :/ my email is ashpar33@hotmail.com. Thanks!!

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    9. would love to learn how to weave the burlap thru the wire as well. Thank you!

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    10. I want to know how to get the loops started please. My email is amandaocurtis@hotmail.com

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    11. If it's not too much trouble, could you send them to me as well? Thank you!

      jenniferkadcock@gmail.com

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    12. Yes, please tell me how you made you're loops

      Brittanyfayelindsey 7@gmail.com

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    13. Yes, please tell me how you made you're loops

      Brittanyfayelindsey 7@gmail.com

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  50. I love how this turned out. So beautiful-especially with the nest and eggs. Newest follower.

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  51. Wow! What more can I say! Such a beautiful idea!

    Hopping by and followed your FB and Pinterest.

    Also inviting you to join our meatless recipe blog hop/showcase at http://olahmomma.com/momlounge.

    Hope to see ya there! Have a great day:)

    The Quiet Mom at http://olahmomma.com

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  52. Beautiful! I need to pin this!

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  53. such a beautiful wreath. love the burlap and the embellishments are lovely.

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  54. Love this idea! Thanks for sharing. I'm your newest follower. Hope you drop by my blog too! x Julie

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  55. Is your burlap 4 inches wide? I may need to order it since I don't think it is carried locally. Thanks for your help! I love your beautiful wreath!

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    1. Hi!The burlap is 4 inches wide.
      Thanks for stopping by!
      laura

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  56. This is just beautiful. I can't wait to make one for my daughters front door! Off to the craft store in the morning to try this. Thank you so much! I love it!

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  57. Thanks for sharing this ... love it so much and cant wait to make one ..

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  58. Super cute! Thanks for linking up!
    XO
    Kristin

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  59. Love this!! So adorable and perfect for Easter!! I have those eggs from Pier 1 and I have the burlap ribbon! So I think this wreath is calling my name!

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  60. Great idea to loop up the burlap! I would have bought your wreath if it was for sale in a store!

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    1. Hey Diane- You are in luck.I am selling them in my top this top that store. Take a look!

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  61. Love your burlap wreath. I created something similar.

    You've put a "spring" in my step with your creative loveliness.

    Have a blessed day!

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  62. Beautiful! Want to make, but, I guess, I am not smart enough to figure out the looping process! Any help would be greatly appreciated...... thanks for sharing!

    Teresa

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  63. Laura,

    I made your wreath yeaterday! It turned out great! If I can do it, anyone can! I made rosettes with summerish fabric to embellish it!

    Thanks!

    Jillianne

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  64. I hope you will share this starting tonight at The CSI Project, The challenge is Spring Vignettes and Decor. That includes Easter. It will be a great party!!! Lots of inspiration.
    www.thecsiproject.com

    hugs,
    Dee, the CSI Girl

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  65. Hi~So cute~!!, I really want to make this wreath, but I just have a question on how you started the ribbon. Did you secure it to the wire with hot glue to start it off? And was the ribbon wired? I did not find the burlap ribbon at Hobby Lobby. I will try Joanne's and Michaels tomorrow. If I can't find it there, I will have to order it on-line. Thanks for the extra help.

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  66. Spring it on Laura...I love your fabulous burlap wreath! I'm glad it's easy cause I need it for a party activity with this next week.

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  67. Ah Nuts!! I threw away my metal form after hanging onto it for years, now I just found this cool wreath & your blog via Pinterest!!! I'll sign up thru Google Reader to follow your blog & will stop being so quick to throw stuff out!

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  68. C'est vraiment magnifique ! vous ĂȘtes une artiste !
    Congratulations for your work so beautiful (I know ,my english is very bad ,sorry ...)
    j'aime beaucoup faire du point de croix et du crochet ,et vous ?
    Bon week-end

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  69. I found your blog via pinterest! I love this simple wreath!! Hope to make one soon.
    Blessings~

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  70. lOVE YOUR BLOG!! Can't wait to make the burlap wreath. Look forward to seeing more great ideas!

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  71. Kathy- Thanks for visiting my blog and your kind comments!
    laura

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  72. I love this wreath Laura! Thanks so much for sharing! I cannot wait to try it out...gotta love pinterest!

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  73. I love this wreath! I have a burlap garland that I bought at the flea market that I have been trying to use. This will be perfect! Could you please send me the extra instructions you mention to other commenters above? I am not sure how to get it started, how to secure the loops and if they all come from below or are they woven up and down through the frame. Maybe I am over thinking this, but I would appreciate your help! Thanks for sharing this wreath. I am your newest follower!

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  74. Could you post the "how you get started" notes on your blog that you are emailing to people? Thanks - love, love, love the wreath!

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  75. AnonymousMay 01, 2012

    I am wondering also if you could post how to get started and if you attach the burlap to the ring somehow.

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  76. AnonymousMay 08, 2012

    Laura, I would like to know how to get it started as well and also how to secure the burlap. Please send me a tutorial if you don't mind. I'm sitting here with everything I need to get started.

    scalvan@comcast.net

    Thank you,
    Sherre

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  77. Hi Laura :) I have featured this on my blog, www.jhousetawk.blogspot.com..
    Just in case you seen this being viewed a lot.. that would prolly be why lol - - I did a copycat of this (gave you the credit!) actually two of these and hung them on my 2 doors outside :)!! Thanks,
    Jordann

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  78. Hi! I have been making my own burlap wreaths for a few weeks now, but I just began to wonder if they need to be treated or sealed if you are going to hang them outside? A little input would be appreciated!

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  79. AnonymousJune 20, 2012

    I finally got my supplies after seeing this awhile back. Could someone please send me the notes to get started. I can't seem to figure it out.
    csstephens61@gmail.com

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  80. Wow - I always wondered how this was done!! I love it!

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  81. If you're still sending notes on how to get the loops started I would appreciate them - monee2000@yahoo.com.

    Thanks!!

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  82. Hi, I am also wanting notes on how to get the loops started. If you could help, that would be great! Thanks! mmh0224@gmail.com

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  83. I finally made a burlap wreath for myself over the weekend! Thank you so much for posting...it was so much fun to make and easy enough I could finish it while my twins were napping! Your blog is wonderful!

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  84. AnonymousJuly 08, 2012

    Hi, I can't get started either!!! Notes? Thanks! psutton@ecok.edu

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  85. AnonymousJuly 09, 2012

    Hi, this wreath looks so cute! I got all the supplies, but I can't seem to get it started. Could you send me the notes? My email is jlhunt131@yahoo.com. Thank you!

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  86. AnonymousJuly 13, 2012

    LOVE this and your blog! Can I, too, get the getting started notes? ultimateozfan@aol.com

    thanks for sharing your talent & instructions!
    Lyn

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  87. AnonymousJuly 26, 2012

    I too would love the notes on making the burlap wreath. Please send to abdesigns1@msn.com Thank you, it is darling.

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  88. I would appreciate having the extra instructions too. Thanks. A lovely wreath for all seasons!

    Carole B

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  89. I would appreciate having the extra instructions too. Thanks. A lovely wreath for all seasons!

    Carole B

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  90. Forgot to give you my contact info. Please send additional instructions to emailcaroleb@gmail.com
    Thanks!

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  91. Love! Thank you!!!!

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  92. I see there is/was lots of interest for some more detailed instructions. I'm at a loss for exactly how it was looped and how it was started. This craft woould have been AWESOME with a video tutorial! Any extra notes by chance so I can figure this out? Thanks so much!!!

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  93. I (like many other people!) would like notes on how to get started & on securing the burlap to the wreath. Thank you! hootie7000@bellsouth.net

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  94. I could use some help getting started and understanding what you mean about the looping. joyefrye@gmail.com Thanks!!

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  95. I would like any extra instructions for the burlap wreath. I have the materials but can't get started. Thanks. Ms. Catlady -- dgbrissette@yahoo.com

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  96. Can someone send me the notes on how to start the loops as well!!!

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  97. Could someone please send me directions on how to get started with my loops on the burlap wreath to

    denise.houghton@yahoo.com

    thanks so much!!!!

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  98. Hi Laura and everyone!
    Any ideas or steps on how to start this?
    Thanks!

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  99. Hi Laura and everyone!
    Any ideas or steps on how to start this?
    Thanks!

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  100. I am not clear on how to loop it? Any detailed instructions out there someone can email me? Meghannrae@comcast.net
    Thank u

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  101. I am not clear on how to loop it? Any detailed instructions out there someone can email me? imamad@aol.com

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  102. May I have the detail instructions too!
    JacGranger@aol.com

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  103. I bought all the stuff and cannot seem to get started either...could someone please send me the notes as well. I also amnot sure how to secure to the wreath. Thank you
    Nicjef@hotmail.com

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  104. I am trying to do the burlap weath and i am having a hard time to start it, can u help me out. Thanks marla

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  105. My Email is kagle228@windstream.net Thank marla Again

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  106. Can you please send me the notes on how to get started. jinnybaker@gmail.com

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  107. Please send detailed instructions on starting this wreath. Would like to try this.

    Thank you

    Marcella
    joehski@hotmail.com

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  108. I am also looking for more information on how to get started with the looping process. And, how do you secure the first piece of burlap to the wreath? Thanks so much for your help. The wreath is gorgeous!

    Elyssa
    elyssastrickland@gmail.com

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  109. I also would like the detailed instructions. Love Love this wreath and would like to get one made for Fall. Thanks for your help and great project!
    gapride71@gmail.com

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  110. gaylarigsby@yahoo.comSeptember 02, 2012

    What do you use to tie on the frame? And what about the burlap that is wired edge? Would that work?

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  111. Would also love the instructions on getting started.

    Thanks!
    Tabatha.Gainey@yahoo.com

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  112. I would sure appeciate the extra notes on getting started too.

    Thanks so much!
    curlsontop@gmail dot com

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  113. Can you send the detailed directions to me as well? dandk6stanton8@charter.net Thanks so much!

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  114. Love the wreath but would like to have detailed directions also please email to me kamelzu2l8@yahoo.com

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  115. I love your blog, but cannot get the burlap wreath started. Could you email me directions also? Thanks. dgbrissette@yahoo.com

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  116. I can't find the burlap at my Michaels, Joanns or Hob Lob. Does anyone have an online source they would share? Thanks so much. CindyML

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  117. Can you please post the additional directions for getting this started? it would be very helpful to many--

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  118. Ok everyone I just figured it out. You don't wrap the burlap. You just pinch the fabric to make a double layer and push it up through the slots in the wire frame. I pinched it through the top slot then the middle slot then through the bottom. Once I had made one pass down I brought the fabric back to the top slot and started over. You just make sure both of the pieces you pinch up through the slot make the ruffle size you want. You have to do a few passes before it resembles the actual wreath you are envision so dont give up!

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  119. I'd love the notes too. Bvshuman@gmail.com Thanks!

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  120. Could someone please email me the instructions on how to start this wreath? I am hoping to do it this weekend.

    jenhardy@yahoo.com

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  121. I would love the extra instructions too! Thanks! ean1236@yahoo.com

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  122. Please email me the extra instructions as well. Love this wreath and want to give it a try :) jcaskey@latech.edu Thanks!!

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  123. What am I doing wrong? My burlap is 15ft long and 4in wide but that only covered about 1/3 of the wreath?! How do I "spread" it out so I don't need to use 3 rolls of burlap to make this???

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  124. Love your wreath.... I was having trouble starting mine and found this site that followed your lead and has details on how to start the wreath
    http://www.lifeonmarsblog.net/2012/03/easy-burlap-wreath.html

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  125. I had to use 2 30 foot rolls of the burlap to cover it properly. I just started looping, and I didn't secure the ribbon starting out. After several loops it starts holding itself together. It looks fantastic, thank you!

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  126. Hi! I just featured you on my blog with this tutorial and I expounded a tad on your instruction. I found that twisting before looping and pulling it through helped it a lot!

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  127. Could someone send me the notes too? I am having trouble starting mine. kimstanley@cox.net

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  128. would like the directions please wmreid1@comcast.net

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  129. Just bought all the materials and I am having a little trouble getting started. Was wondering if I could please get a copy of the more detailed directions. TIA! katebiglin@hotmail.com So excited to make this, it looks amazing!

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  130. Not sure on the "looping" process. Can you please send me instructions? baker.jenni@ymail.com Thank you!

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  131. I made this, it so easy! Thanks

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  132. Can you send me the notes too?
    Mcccharris@yahoo.com

    Thank you

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  133. Hi, thanks for sharing. I just wanted to let you know I suggested your wreath to brides to use with burlap from their wedding decorations. Check us out www.theweddinggals.net

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  134. Hi, I can't figure out the looping process. Can you please send me a more detailed instruction? Thanks!
    hoffbrandy21@gmail.com

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  135. I, too, would like more detailed instructions! Many thanks!! sarita_stevenson@hotmail.com

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  136. This looks amazing! Having some trouble understanding the looping technique and how to get started. Could you please send me the detailed instruction! Thank you! Lemieuxlauren@ymail.com

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  137. This looks amazing! Having some trouble understanding the looping technique and how to get started. Could you please send me the detailed instruction! Thank you! Lemieuxlauren@ymail.com

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  138. Hi! I would love the day ailed instructions as well, just bought the supplies!!

    Filmmakingandcookiebaking@gmail.com

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  139. Please send me the instructions for the burlap wreath......lizzie@fmctc.com

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  140. I just made this wreath....It looks great and was super easy! Couldn't find the rolls of burlap so I bought it and cut my own 4 in strips. Only took a few minutes to figure out the looping. Total cost $12! I now have enough burlap left to make a couple more. Great idea!!

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  141. es hermoso este proyecto, gracias por compartirlo!!! besos

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  142. How do u keep it from coming out if u just pinch it through? Mine keeps coming out.

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  143. Thank you so much for posting this! Just created a great wreath and looks like I'll be making more as Christmas gifts. Very easy and so pretty!!!

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  144. May I get detailed instructions too, please?
    Josh-kom@sbcglobal.net

    Thank you.

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  145. Love your wreath and yes I would love to win one.

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  146. This is adorable!
    I am going to attempt this and I thought I would try to start off with the detailed instructions. Please send them when you can, Emily

    emme1984@yahoo.com

    Thank you!!

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  147. I tried to make this but am at a loss as to the details for looping the burlap. Please e-mail me back with the details - thank you!

    My e-mail address is: wahzan@ymail.com

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  150. Just saw this featured on A Girl and a Glue Gun... I had to come over and pin it right away! Love it! (Best burlap wreath I've seen.)

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  153. Thanks for an easy craft idea! I just completed a heart shaped wreath (found the wire form at Hobby Lobby) and it turned out great!

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  154. This is so nice. I just love it. I also like the fact that you can change the seasons with just the embelishments. I am for sure going to give this a try :)

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  155. Can I please get come extra instructions? Not sure how to start this and not sure how to loop. Daniellebishop0709@hotmail.com

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  156. Just fyi, this took about 30 feet of burlap. Beautiful though!

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  157. Hello Laura, sent you an email on giving credit to you on my post. Thanks, Great instructions for the wreath! http://shabbyredoforyou.blogspot.com

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  158. Hi, I love this wreath and am trying to make it but having trouble. Can you please send me detailed instructions when you are able to? Thank you so so much! erica@astheygrowup.com

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  159. Pretty wreath, love the idea =)

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  160. This was so easy to make and looks great at my front door. I featured it on my blog. Thanks!

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  161. Simple, yet adorable! The way any good project should be, right? :) Would you link this up to our blog hop? Would love to have it for our readers to check out!
    xoxo, Jordan

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  162. Can I have the detailed directions for the looping please?

    terese.molloy@gmail.com

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  163. I just love this. Thanks for sharing .
    Bev in Ohio

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  164. I mentioned your tutorial in one of my blog posts on I'd Pin That! Thanks for the tutorial and the inspiration!

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  165. Would also like more detailed instructions please. Kasie.bernal@yahoo.com

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  166. Would also like more detailed instructions please. Kasie.bernal@yahoo.com

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  168. I love all of your crafts--so inventive and beautiful! Your work is really lovely.

    I was wondering how you secured the burlap to the wreath?

    Thank you!!

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  169. Do you have a tutorial on how to make the burlap tree?

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  170. I made a similar wreath a couple of Halloweens ago using wide wired ribbon and it was one of the most difficult wreaths I've ever made. lol

    Love the burlap. :-)

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  171. Hey - love this wreath and I've always wanted to learn how to make one! Your instructions are great but I do have a question - how are you securing the loops to the metal wreath frame?

    Thanks!!!

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  172. You have great ideas with burlap, such natural material. Makes a home look warm and cozy!

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