Easy to Make: Rustic Burlap Wreath

3 Materials
In my home I love to add a bit of rustic with a bit of new. In this video I’m creating a burlap wreath to add new life to some of my “junk” and to make the new stuff not look so “new”. Did I confuse you? Take a look at my video, it makes more sense!
Supplies
Burlap: I used about 1.5 yards of burlap for my large wreath.
Grapevine Wreath: Purchased at a thrift store.
Measuring Tape
Hot Glue Gun
Chopstick or screwdriver. (Something thin and long to poke the burlap through the grapevine gaps.)
Scissors
Measure
Measure a square 4 x 4. This will be your template to make more squares out of the burlap.
Glue
Add a dab of glue to the center of the square.
Fold
Fold the square in half.
Fold
Fold the half one more time.
Glue
Add another dab of glue around the fold of the square.
Cut
Round out the top edges.
Stuff
Stuff the burlap into the grapevine.
Repeat
Repeat the entire process until you’ve reached the fullness you prefer. I didn’t use a pattern to add the burlap to the wreath, it was all random.
Completed project
Closeup of wreath.
Perfect for indoors or out!
Rustic Burlap Wreath

Suggested materials:

  • Burlap   (Michaels Craft Store)
  • Grapevine wreath   (Goodwill)
  • Glue Gun

Frequently asked questions

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  • Amy Aube Amy Aube on Feb 11, 2017
    How much burlap did you need to purchase?

  • Susan Susan on Feb 11, 2017
    Firstly... BRAVO! Secondly, just to clarify... you said : ""Add another dab of glue around the fold of the square."" so... along the entire length of the fold or just in the corner...?

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  • Rosalie Rogers Rosalie Rogers on Mar 25, 2017
    I like the wreath but would definitely try to add a little bit of color somehow. Any ideas? Thanks.

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    • Sandi Shivel Sandi Shivel on Nov 07, 2020

      I was thinking this burlap wreath could be used for all the seasons/holidays. Just add and take away additional decorations as needed. 🤗

  • Rosalie Rogers Rosalie Rogers on Nov 07, 2020

    I did just that and added fall colored peonies and it looks great. One thing I did learn is do not use hot glue on these wreaths. You run the risk of destroying the form because of the glue and removing the old decorations. Just sharing,

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