All Things Burlap Party Recap and Linky Party

I hope you've enjoyed all the lovely burlap creations shared during our All Things Burlap Party ~ here's a brief recap just in case you missed anything.

Kristin at Yellow Bliss Road shared a Glitter Fringed Burlap Banner

Domestically Speaking showed how to make lovely Burlap Roller Shades

Shannon at Fox Hollow Cottage showed us how to make Fall Leaves with Burlap and Paper

Courtney at French Country Cottage dressed up her table with Numbered Burlap Place Settings

Angelina at JoJo and Eloise shared a Burlap {with red gingham lining} Bag Tutorial

Kristin at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia wrapped up some gifts with Burlap & Linen

Kristen at Ella Claire’s showed us how to make our own inexpensive Burlap Ribbon

Debbie at Debbiedoos’ made a Burlap Rag Wreath

I shared a Burlap and Vintage Linen Tablecloth 

Heather at Setting for Four made Tried and True Union Jack Burlap Pillow

And now it's your turn to link up All Things Burlap to our Party!

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  4. Linda @ Mixed Kreations says:

    Thanks for hosting this fun burlap linky party. I see lots of great burlap projects.

  5. Thank you for the linky party. I LOVE your tablecloth! laurie

    1. Mary Beth says:

      Thanks for joining the party, Laurie, and I'm glad you liked the tablecloth!

      Have a great weekend,

      Mary Beth

  6. Laura / The Shed blog by Pet Scribbles says:

    I've enjoyed this entire week of Burlap projects! Thanks to all of you for sharing so much inspiration and for hosting this party too!

    1. Mary Beth says:

      You really are the sweetest gal, Laura ~ I always appreciate your thoughtful comments and your visits.

      Big hugs,
      Mary Beth

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