The texture and faded hue of burlap have always invoked a great deal of interest in DIY crafters for its suitability with both ultra-modern and traditional decorations. Besides the holiday season, a wreath also signifies the spirit of happiness that should be in everyone even during the severest winter. So when you combine the rustic beauty of burlap and the festive warmth of wreath, a breathtaking decor accessory evolves through your creative skills. Bet the wide assortment of burlap wreath ideas given below is going to spoil you for choice.
The rustic tones of the burlap wreath add layers to the entrance for a multipurpose display.
Cherish the colors of the fall by decking your door with a pack of dried wheat wired to the burlap wreath.
Indoor or outdoor, the blossoming rosette on the burlap wreath sets a unique tone for the visitors.
Who said photo frames are the only options for showcasing your most prized photos? The polka dot burlap wreath is the latest décor accent you can cash on for all seasons.
Combine different shades of beige to make a fluffy wreath ready to be gifted to someone close to you. After all, it’s the season of joy and giving.
The orange burlap fabric garnishes the gleeful wreath evoking the vintage memories from the past.
The chequered bow hanging from the wreath entwined with pep berry garland has all the flavors of the Christmas.
All you need is a fall decoration accessory to dress up the burlap wreath for welcoming the colors of the autumn.
The plain Jain look does not appeal the eyes during the festive seasons. The delicate charm of the DIY decor art will go few notches up when you do the finishing with a prepossessing decoration.
Drape a wreath form with burlap ribbon to whip up a playful wreath for an offset display either on the front door or the mantel.
Evergreen and lush, this one-of-a-kind springtime wreath incorporated anywhere and everywhere in the house giving an eclectic feel.
Christmas ornaments, candies, and faux gift boxes have a new home, and it’s not the same typical tree tucked away in the nook of the room. As you can see, it’s the burlap wreath.
As most of the snowy holiday season is spent indoors, maybe the kids can try their hands at the burlap wreath-making project to contribute a bit for the festive decorations.
The awe-inspiring wreath can be an out-of-the-box decor element for a spring baby shower.
Don’t forget to update the wreath with a flowery addition, bringing out the antique essence on the blank walls.
Dress the wire wreath elegantly with burlap ribbon and orange gingham ribbon to pull off an understated wreath. Last but not the least, the pumpkin floral accent has to be at the right place for the right occasion.
Gleaming in red a burlap bow is made to tie around the wreath for a contrasting effect.
Representing the first initial of your name is a honky-dory wreath embellished with an off-white chevron ribbon.
Since most of you love flowers, let the burlap mesh ribbons do some craft magic to make it front-door worthy.
Amidst the firecrackers and late-night revels, you can get into the mood of the Independence Day by crafting the national flag-inspired wreath.
An odd combination, gray and white chevron burlap ribbon is cleverly wrapped around the metal wire form and attached with a satin ribbon for hanging on the door.
A little bird perching on the wreath with some starfishes radiating their innocent charm is a perfect representation of versatility.
The sun-kissing spring and Easter celebrations go hand in hand. How about some brightly colored Easter eggs put right up on the burlap wreath to bid adieu to the winter breeze?
The idea of making a red wreath is to get into the festive mood while carrying on with your sparkly decorations as the countdown has already begun.
The cuddly owls gazing from the wreath stay wide awake keeping a watch on the eerie spirits moving around.
Blooming with daisies, the hazy burlap wreath is a simple creation going in sync with the White Christmas theme.
Ditch the same old lovey-dovey tradition of buying gifts for your special someone. Utilize your crafty skills to create a cute wreath with a glittery red heart suspending in the middle.
The freshness of the DIY craft is a gift for the creative enthusiasts looking for unconventional ornamentation ideas.
The pumpkins and maple leaves, added to the finished wreath indicate the arrival of the spooky festival.
It’s all alright to get a bit ostentatious with adornments during the festive season. While the indoors can be decked up with umpteen stuff, the entrance of the house should be given special attention. As burlap ribbons are readily available, you will not have any issue to go ahead with the project.
Published on December 10th 2015 by Michelle Anderson