Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Burlap Love


I lied.  I thought I would try to keep up with this, but I more enjoy reading other people's blogs and looking at the pictures of their homes!  I thought I would post my first window mis-treatments I made.  I love them.  They are on our patin doors on the kitchen.  So easy.  I just hot glued and hung them up there on magnetic rods.  
They make such a difference in the kitchen. 
Whatcha think?

13 comments:

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

Love these...you just solved my window dilemma...off to find me some burlap...

Tami said...

Oh these ae adorable....Love, love, love them!!

Have a great day! T

Olive Rue said...

Hi Crystal. Love the name. ;-) Thanks for stopping by my blog. The window treatment is gorgeous!

Sue said...

This idea is truly COOL!! The banding on them adds just the right touch! :-) Sue

Pam said...

Very sweet! I love the black edging on them.

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

Crystal, those are really cute. I'm loving burlap on windows and wish I had another blank window to try it on. THanks for stopping by, come back & see me again.

Gina @ The Shabby Chic Cottage said...

I think they look great! Way to mistreat it!

Debilou~Mississippi Mama said...

very nice, love em!

Mrs.Dixon said...

Very cute! I have similar doors in my kitchen and have been trying to decide what I want to do to them, thanks for the idea...I love them!

Mrs. Jones said...

Did you hot glue ribbon on them? I love how you just clipped the ties. Brilliant!

~Heather

Dina said...

Hey Crystal,

I just got your comment about my black bed. It was really easy to paint. I never do prep work. I just got satin black paint at Home Depot. (Their's is the blackest paint I have found. Some other brands look purple.) You can brush it on or use a little smooth roller to make it go faster.
Good luck!

The DIY Show Off said...

Love them! Great job! The "B" monogram is ours too! Love the burlap window treatments too. Amazing! :)

V said...

Hey, I just saw your cute curtains...do you have any measurements to share and what kind of edge you used?
Cute! Very, very cute!