Burlap Wreath, Design #2

This post first appeared on my 3rd blog name change, 'Home Sweet Home No.14., on August 11, 2013. -----> Back  last month I gave you a peek of this cute burlap ribbon wreath here (post this is linking to is no longer available )

It is rather easy to make and is a somewhat quick project. Took me, with interruptions, about 3 hours.

Here is what you need:

3 - 15 yard rolls of wired burlap ribbon,

(I mixed mine with a print and a solid)

wire wreath form 16 inches

1. Decide what kind of pattern you want . . . if you are using 2 different ribbons.

2. Now, make a loop and insert it in between the outer edge of the wire wreath form.

3. Then make a loop and insert it between the two center wires . . .

4. Here is a image of the order of the loops. Your rows should go first loop, second loop, third loop

 If you decide to alternate the ribbon DO NOT cut the ribbon when a row or rows are/is finished. Make sure your wreath is as full as possible, it not only works better, BUT it will keep the loops from shifting or coming loose.

Here is what the back will look like.

That is my sweet Bella!!

Cute . . . yet simple.

Thank you kindly for visiting,


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  2. Looks great! I should really make something for my front door. We really have no curb appeal!

    1. Thank you. It is very simple to make, and the colors you can use are pretty much endless. Personlizing one for the front door would be easy and add some great curb appeal.

  3. Suzanne of Simply Suzannes at Home

    Hi Tina!
    I love your burlap wreath!
    You've inspired me!
    Have a beautiful week,
    Suzanne (new follower)

  4. Very, very nice! I can see that you and I share the love of creating wreaths!
    Happy and Warm Hugs,

  5. Hi Tina,
    Your wreath is lovely and could last for several seasons! Love that chevron red ribbon that you've mixed in it. I have not seen that particular ribbon but I hope I find some before Christmas!

  6. Love the wreath ...red and burlap always looks so good together Would love it if you came by One More Time Events and shared http://www.onemoretimeevents.com/2013/08/share-it-one-more-time-features-and_10.html
    Hope to see you there,..Tammy

    1. Thank you, Tammy. Definitely red and burlap look great together, just like white and burlap! I will definitely stop by.
      Thank you again.

  7. Hi, Thank you so much for linking up to One More Time... I really do appreciate it...Love the burlap Wreath!

  8. Hi Tina! I love wreaths...especially burlap! I like your chevron pattern mixed in. I've never used a form like the one you have so I am going to have to give this a try! Thanks for sharing! Blessings, D@TheShadyPorch

  9. I so love how you combined a patterned burlap ribbon with the plain burlap...great idea and it looks beautiful!

  10. Very cute wreath and great tutorial. Thank you for sharing it and your beef stew recipe at What We Accomplished Wednesdays. I am following via Feedly and Pinterest. Have a great weekend!



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