Hand Stamped Burlap Wreath



So, I am a Sam’s Club shopper!  Besides having a ton of great food deals for my family, I totally love their seasonal stuff.  Don’t even get me started on the Christmas Season at Sam’s!  On my last visit I saw a huge ribbon display and dove right in.  There were so many gorgeous spring designs, polka dots, glitter, etc, but I decided on a 50 yard roll of burlap-looking ribbon.  It’s more like muslin but let’s call it burlap because that is what it says on the box. 

Remember the Interchangeable Holiday Wreath Tutorial by Kellee last month?  I knew I was going to create my own Burlap Wreath with her tutorial and my huge roll of ribbon.  I changed things up a bit by stamping mine with a flower stamp I had.




Supplies Used:

Wired Burlap Ribbon
StazOn Permanent Black Ink
Flower Stamp



I was introduced to StazOn years ago.  It’s like a sharpie in inkpad form.  You guys, I love this stuff!  You can stamp glass, tile, metal…ANYTHING!  I choose the StazOn pad because I don’t want the ink from the stamp to run when it rains and ruin the cuteness of the wreath.  


I cut eight yard of ribbon off my 50 yard roll and randomly stamped it.  Make sure to put paper underneath the ribbon BEFORE you stamp it.  I had the 8 yards stamped up in less than 2 minutes.  


It would be so cute to use the colored StazOn ink too.  I was also thinking of cutting some vinyl as a stencil (for intricate designs) and using the stamp pad as “paint”.  Not to sound totally cliche, but really the possibilities are ENDLESS.


Then I followed Kellee’s tutorial and created this adorable wreath.  I am not quite done decorating it, but I love how it all turned out so far.  It’s just a fun way to doll up the burlap, don’t you think?


What are some of your ideas for dolling up the burlap or decorating this wreath?  I love to hear all your creative opinions!

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