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Thursday, June 6, 2013

More things to do with BURLAP COFFEE BAGS

...hope things are going good for you this week.

 I pulled up a few really cute ideas to use BURLAP COFFEE BEAN BAGS from Pinterest.

I  love this curtain over her kitchen sink...

This would be very simple to do....

and a great change for the kitchen or even a bath, I think..

Cute little monogrammed PILLOW BOOKENDS.
Bet they are filled with little sand bags.

I REALLY like this idea of adding texture to your rooms.

I have another coffee bag that I will use to make this when we get moved.

I just LOVE these wine bottle bags.

I love the different colors of straps here...and the little babbles hanging on some of them.

You could really use your imagination on these and go totally wild.

NOW....THIS little
GARDEN SCARECROW is just about the ca-ut-tes thing I've seen in a long time.....

At first look, I thought, "Holy Cow, I'd never be able to make him"......

but once I REALLY looked at him closely, I don't think he would be all that hard to create. 

He would be so adorable in a pretty garden....:) Give it lots of personality.

So far, the little stool is all we've done with a burlap bag....
but, I sure intend to do more.

Here's that cute bag that Jill of
made ......

her instructions on making it are HERE.

She and her company are generously giving away ONE COFFEE BAG to one of my readers.

Go to my GIVEAWAY PAGE and leave comments for a chance to win
one of the Cafe S Do Brasil  burlap coffee bags.

Sharing the tutorial for the bag at


Lynn said...

Love the curtains, they're so cute:@)

Shug said...

Morning BJ
Cute,cute scarecrow..... It is amazing how burlap has made such a comeback. Lots of great uses.
Have a great day.....rain here!

Patty Patterson said...

I like the scare crow. And I was in Hobby Lobby yesterday and saw a lot of burlap pillows and accessories. I thought of you, but I didn't have a camera with me and I didn't think to use my phone. But - the next time you go, look in the garden section at all of their burlap accessories.

Madeline's Album said...

I really like the curtains. The scare crow is adorable. Have a blessed day. Madeline

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

These are such great ideas BJ! LOVE that scarecrow... he is amazing!!! xo

Mindy said...

Really great ideas. I love the kitchen cabinet skirt and the scarecrow.

Vee said...

The imagination is the limit! Very cute ideas...

Teresa said...

I have a Board in Pinterest called.... tcharam... Crazy for Burlap ahahaha

Because I really am. Crazy. Ditto and almost mad for Burlap.

What wonderful suggestions to pin away to my board.

Thank you for sharing the suggestions.

Love You, Lovely!

Mary@mydogsmygardenandmary said...

Oh BJ, how cute are all those coffee bags. Really great ideas.
Hows the House sale going - hopefully it sold.
Have a great weekend.

Decor To Adore said...

I absolutely love the first image. Coffee bag curtains in the kitchen is perfection!

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

I love burlap. I do..but my pretty table runner and chair tiebacks are all I probably will ever have. You found some adorable idea's though..No kitchen garden.. :(
Now I'm all sad.

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

P.S. Do you have any cupcakes just laying around? I just KNOW one would make me feel all better..

Sue said...

Burlap has certainly become popular, love all of the projects you shared.

Shabby Brocante, Karen said...

So cute! I love them all. Those little sand bag bookends are adorable!

Gina said...

I love seeing burlap projects! Your little stool turned out so cute!

Audrey said...

I love how burlap is used. Not my favorite thing to work with, but looks so good anywhere.
Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

Kathleen Grace said...

Such adorable ideas! My favorite is the scarecrow:>)

On Crooked Creek said...

So~o~o many creative ideas. . .but I have to agree. . .that Scarecrow is adorable!!!
Thanks for sharing!!!

Beverly said...

Great inspiration. You always share great ideas, BJ.