Best of DIY Link Party Burlap Art
How to make art at home using thrift store frames and decorative historical tins.
I have a new project to share! It actually started last fall when I made art with burlap, frames and book pages . After the season had passed I removed the book pages but kept the burlap art because I knew it would come in handy again.
Here you can see what it looked like and the supplies that were used.
Now here is how I recycled that burlap art…
I bought this collectible tin this past summer at a Habitat Restore for a couple of dollars. I love the history of it. It is of Mount Vernon and has a scenery on both sides of the tin. The beautiful house, Mount Vernon and the Potomac River view.
I loved it because I have actually toured Mount Vernon, everyone should, it is gorgeous and full of history.
I decided to hot glue the lids onto the burlap because I knew it would be sturdy yet would pop off if/when I ever want to change it.
I have it all hung up in my living room.
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Now it’s your turn!! Please limit your sharing to 3 projects and they should be DIY in nature. Follow along on the Pinterest Board! Can’t wait to see your projects! Be sure you use the #BestofDIY on all your social media so I can see what everyone is up to!!
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I love burlap and your upcycle rocks! PINNING! :o)
You are so sweet Therese, thanks!
What an awesome repurposing idea Sonya! The tin tops were too pretty no use somehow and you had me at burlap 😉 but what I love most about your DIY is how they have a special meaning for you having toured there.
How clever and thirfty is that artwork?! I love the idea of being able to change it out easily.Thanks for sharing!
Thanks Jeanette…the chair is a borrow from my sister…for 6 years now, LOL!
I love this! Simple and sophisticated, and I love your toile chair too! Sharing today with my Facebook followers! 🙂
Thanks SO much!
What a beautiful and creative idea….LOVE this!
This is such a wonderful idea, Sonya ~ your art looks so chic!
Cute project, great party!!!
What a great project! So clever…love anything with burlap! Have a great weekend.
Hi Sonya! Thank you for hosting this great link party! Glad I was able to join this evening! I gotta tell you, I will now be on the lookout for some great tins of my own. Such a creative idea! Take care! ~Michelle