DIY Burlap Coffee Bag Ottoman - A Piece Of Rainbow
Make an unique and gorgeous Burlap Coffee Bag Ottoman from only one coffee bean bag! Triple functions: seating, side table, and storage all in one!
Jay & Melissa’s Neutral Mid-Century Reno
Name: Jay & MelissaLocation: Manchester, New HampshireSize: 1,250 square feetYears lived in: Owned – 6 yearsWho else lives there: Dogs Brady and Cali and Cats Mama, Tony, and Pepper Jay and Melissa made an offer on this two family on Manchester’s South side six years ago only to find out through Melissa’s mom that the home had been built by her grandfather in 1950.
Burlap Coffee Bean Sack Wreath
Are you wanting something trendy, for your fall front door, that doesn't cost a bundle? This burlap coffee bean sack wreath is all of that, and then some. I love the versatility and the farmhouse style that it offers. #AutumnColors #burlap
Isn't that just the coolest name for a link party? Pillowpaaalooooozaaa. It has to be cool to get me to attempt pillows. If you've been around for a while you know I don't sew, but hey a couple months ago I told you I can't paint either and no one believes that anymore, not even me! But really, I can't sew. It involves math, and accurate measuring and if your me, seam ripping. Burlap is very forgiving in two of those areas. So Linda at ItAllStartedWithPaint along with Kari at ThistlewoodFarm…
Farmhouse Placemats Recycled Burlap Coffee Bag (set of 4) - Black Print and Geometric Cream and Sea Foam Blue
This listing is for a set of four re-purposed coffee bag burlap placemats. Each placemat is lined with an indoor/outdoor fabric in a geometric sea foam blue and cream design. The fabric or burlap can be spot cleaned or put on a gentle cycle in a washing machine and then pressed flat. This is a great gift for anyone who enjoys their coffee or just setting a beautiful farm house table. Dimensions: H: 12" W 15.5" Convo me with questions. Thanks!
Tips for Washing and Drying Coffee Sacks
Tips for Washing and Drying Coffee Sacks Burlap coffee sacks can be used in so many DIY projects but they can often start out feeling rather stiff and perhap