Framed Burlap and Book Pages Project:
This was such an easy project that I completed for my upcoming Fall Tour.
Be sure to stop back by Friday September 27th to see all of the fall goodness!
OH yeah, HAPPY FIRST DAY OF FALL!!
The supplies I used for this project:
Frames that I already had on hand.
Foam Poster Board ($1 at Dollar Tree)
Burlap (I received mine from Online Fabric Store at Haven Conference)
Level and knife for marking and cutting the Foam Board
Scrapbook paper (I always have this!)
Gold Thumb Tacks ($2)
Book pages (Cut from .50 thrift store books)
Spray Adhesive (I keep this in my supplies and it last a long time)
This foam board was actually the perfect height for my project so I only had to cut the board in half!
After I cut the poster board I then cut the burlap about an inch bigger.
This is the best Spray Adhesive for fabric projects.
It allows you to reposition the fabric if you need to.
I used box tape to hold down the raw edges of the burlap on the back of the foam board.
It’s not beautiful but no one will see that part.
This is how great the Burlap looks from the front!
Next I centered my scrapbook paper and book pages.
I used the gold thumb tacks to secure them into place. This is why you use the foam poster board!
You can use the thumb tacks however you wish, this is the design part.
I am really thrilled with how this project turned out!
AND don’t forget about the week long tour around blogland!