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A New Life for an Old Thermos and Jar

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This heavy duty old Stanley thermos has seen better days, but it still had plenty of life left in it.

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Melted Crayon Christmas Tree

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Melting crayons onto burlap in the shape of a Christmas tree.

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Rustic Crate Makeover

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Rustic Crate into an ottoman

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Prepping for a show

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Display heads

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Burlap Throw Pillows

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Many DIYers think burlap is a fall or winter fabric, but I think decorating with burlap is a wonderful budget alternative year around. If you love the cottage chic style, burlap makes itself at home...

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Antique/Collectible Store Booth Overhaul - GadgetSponge

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When I complete a creation it goes directly to Timeline Antiques & Collectibles Mall in Shreveport.

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Brass and Burlap

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An old brass magazine basket, transformed with some twine, burlap ribbon and webbing. Now it's on the floor next to my stove, a very sturdy place to corral my extra cutting boards. I like that its...

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Vintage Burlap and Lace Wedding

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Burlap and Lace wedding with a Vintage Music theme! I would love to do another and perfect the idea! It was so fun! It was a 106 degree in the shade sweltering day in good old Bakersfield, CA...

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Make your own coffee bean sack window shades

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Not one for traditional window treatments, a recently reclaimed burlap coffee bean sack became my window shade of choice. Perfectly cheap, easy AND junky!

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Upcycled Student Room Accessories

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In keeping with the rustic/industrial vibe we were going for in our son's room, here are some things we pulled together or created to bring the whole room together.

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Burlap Coffee Bean Headboard

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Easy way to make a unique headboard. I used an old door and covered it with large coffee bean burlap bags. When I get tired of the burlap, I can remove it and have an old door as my headboard.

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Making a flea market cart liner with leftover materials

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No serious junker heads out without the trusty folding cart. Am I right? So why can't it be as fabulously cute as you are? I was inspired last week by some folding shopping cart liners I saw online ...

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Solar powered COFFEE Bubble Tower

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The COFFEE solar powered Bubble Tower is made from burlap and jute coffee bean bags from around the world. bags from over a dozen different countries: Kenya, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, Mexico...

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Sailors' Stockings

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Another project using my pile of maritime charts...  I cut out a stocking shape then sewed with some clear vinyl overlay for a little more durability.  Made the stocking liner out of burlap...

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JUNK Market Bag

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When I moved my computer into the armoire, I found an old pack of stencils that I'd forgotten about.  I just had to put them to use.  Reversible burlap market bag - just in time for...

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Market Bags

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With the season of junking, I always make some bags to tote my finds but this year I've been using old grain/coffee bean/oat sacks. 

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vintage european military burlap chair

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I have some vintage european military bags.  They are a fine woven burlap with some great lettering.  Each bag is about the size of a twin bed.  I knew that this would make a wonderful...

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