Sunday, March 28, 2010

Burlappy Happy

There really isn't anything soft and cozy about a hefty piece of burlap, is there? But the charm I believe, comes from the unspoken history of a well used burlap scrap.


And who said it can't be beautiful?!

And functional?!

And a peek at a "coming soon to your *screen* post"!


Linked to: SNS #28

17 comments:

  1. Oh dear, the burlap and the screen door...to DIE for, I love it!!!!

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  2. Ah...love the clothes line pic! Soon....

    That's a pretty terrific screen door! Peet's Coffee never looked so good. ;-)

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  3. Love all the burlap bags on the clothes line...jealous you have all those!! :)

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  4. What great uses for burlap, love the screen door and burlap framed looks fabulous.

    Hugs,
    Melissa

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  5. Oh that picture of all the burlap on the line makes my heart smile. Love the screen door! Look forward to seeing more.

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  6. Love all that you have done with your burlap. I'm right there with you on loving this stuff.

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  7. Love those bags! I agree the screen door is to die for! Love them all!

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  8. Love it! I have just started doing paintings on burlap and I'm having so much fun! It's great stuff.

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  9. Burlap...so natural. Love anything having to do with coffee!!! thanks, debbie

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  10. A screen door, who would have thought...love the butterflies!

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  11. I once saw a rug out of burlap (sort of like a sisal rug). I would love to make one some time! I like the clothesline with all of the burlap. Just made a burlap table runner. I am posting it tomorrow.

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  12. Wow I love that, who knew burlap could be pretty? Thanks for posting ;)

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  13. Hi I popped over from The Turner Farms....I just love the burlap in the frames...gorgeous...looking forward to reading the rest of your blog...

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  14. Oh, the sweet smell of Burlap!

    I keep seeing those bags everywhere online. I FINALLY found a couple at a yard sale a few weekends ago. Put them in my friends car. Drove around a bit more. And then the smell started rising in the heat.....the smell of burlap and old OIL!!! They didn't look oily, but they must have been in a garage or something and are permeated with it. We finally pulled over and tied them up in a plastic bag....

    Gotta get me a clothesline put up to air those babies out!!! I just love that photo!

    Again, visiting from Funky Junk - girl, you've been busy!!!!

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  15. Gaaa... not fair! Lookit all of them! I can't even find ONE. :)

    Lucky you! And loving all the projects you're creating with them! Whadda feast for the eyes!

    Thanks for linking up to SNS!
    FJ Donna

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