25 Clever Burlap Craft Projects

Seems like burlap is everywhere nowadays. What used to be a cheap, rough and ugly fabric only used for feedbags has become chic in the crafting and decorating world. You can even find ‘designer’ burlap in all colors and sizes, even camo. It’s still pretty inexpensive though, which makes it a great choice for lots of different burlap craft and diy projects.

Useful supplies:
Craft Burlap
Wreath Frames

Here are 25 Clever Burlap Craft Ideas from 25 Clever Ladies :)

25 Clever Burlap Project Ideas, Fiberartsy.com

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Burlap Bowl by Carolyn’s Homework

Upcycled Bulletin Board by 365 Days of Crafts

Burlap Flag Pillow by Simply Kierste

Stenciled Burlap Placemats by DIY Inspired

Shabby Chic Cutlery Holders by Feeding Big

Burlap Flower Magnets by About Family Crafts

Burlap Envelope by About Family Crafts

Burlap & Twine Butterfly Wreath by Crafts -N- Coffee

Recycled Coffee Bean Sack Pillow by DIY Inspired

Burlap Heart Hanger by About Family Crafts

Fall Welcome Banner by Fleece Fun

Botanical Card Flower by 365 Days of Crafts

Easy No-Sew Burlap Pumpkins by Crafts -N- Coffee

Word Art Tutorial by Pet Scribbles

Bleached Burlap Jewelry Luminaries by Crafts By Amanda

Stenciled Burlap Centerpieces by DIY Inspired

Burlap Fall Wreath with Buttons by Crafts -N- Coffee

Burlap & Flower Monogram Frame by Ribbons and Glue

Burlap Banner by Typically Simple

Burlap Wrapped Mason Jars with Fleur De Lis by FiberArtsy

Thanksgiving Place Cards by The Country Chic Cottage

Burlap Home Decor with Sharpie Paint Markers by Krystal’s Kitch

Framed Burlap Pumpkin by Hi! It’s Jilly

Be Merry Banner by Typically Simple


  1. Thanks for including mine in your round up! What a great list of projects.

  2. Thanks for pulling together such a beautiful collection of burlap crafts! And thank you for including Crafts ‘n Coffee, too. I’ll be sharing!

  3. Love this collection! (And thanks for including my Kind word wall hanging too!) Off to share!

  4. You are so crafty! I wish I’d had access to your blog when I taught Home Economics. I think burlap may have even fit my ever shrinking budget,