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Burlap "HOME" frames

Have you seen these cute little frames at Dollar Tree? I feel in love with them and bought 2 brown and 2 red.. having no idea what to do with them. I've had this plate holder hanging by our door for a few months, and as you can see, we use it as a key holder. Well, I have been bitten by the burlap bug... and as soon as I put the 2 together, this was born.

4 frames $4
craft paint- on hand
burlap-on hand
scissors-on hand

This is one of the easiest.. err laziest crafts I've ever done, lol. I took the piece of paper out of the frame and chucked it. Then cut the burlap to fit the frame, leaving an inch all the way around.
then I used these stencils, and black craft paint.
Once dry I put the burlap centered in the frames, turned them over, closed the little prongs, then cut the excess burlap off around the edges. No glue, No staples.. nothing. SHHH... don't tell! Easy.. Easy.. err.. Lazy. Which ever you prefer :)


  1. Great job Brandi! I need to make a trip to the dollar store soon to see what goodies I can find. :)


  2. pretty cool! I fell in love with your header too;)
    now following!

  3. Stopping by from Trendy Treehouse's Follow Me Friday to say Hi! I am already a follower! Great blog! Love burlap!

  4. Hey! Stopping by from The Girl Creative's New Friend Friday! :D Nice to meet you! What a wonderful blog you have, and I LOVE this idea with the berlap! :D

    Kylee @

  5. SO cute! I have just recently starting trying a few crafty things with burlap! I love it, except how messy it is:)

  6. That is SO neat! I LOVE it.

  7. Cute!! I just did "Home" plates!


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