I dream of owning an old pick-up truck. . .
Shiny chrome accents.
I dream of riding around town. . .
My golden retriever hanging her head out the window. . .
With a red and white gingham bandana around her neck.
I LOVE the look of burlap.
It doesn’t get any better than burlap.
But, as for sewing with it. . .
NO Thank You!
All of that great texture starts flying through the air. . .
and in my nose!
Yet, I really wanted a burlap runner for my dining room table.
So, I had to think of another way.
My list of “things-to-do” was long today.
A bright spot on the list was a baby gift to buy.
I headed to one of my favorite stores in Murfreesboro, Samantha James.
I left with a precious baby gift. . .
And, a basket for me.
I could just see it on my front door. . .
I am helping a friend decorate her home for Easter.
(Have I ever told you how much I LOVE my job?!)
She saw my bunny wreath and wanted one for her front door.
I made this wreath last year as I was beginning this blog.
The tutorial left a little (lot) to be desired!
So, I decided to share a new tutorial for how to make it.
I have a new friend.
She has made her home on my front porch.
She stays there all day every day.
She never says a word.
She just sits.
I decided that I should spruce the place up for her a bit.
Give her some new things to look at.
Are you looking for a super cute,
These burlap carrots might be just the thing for you.
You can add then to a wreath.
Stick them in a basket.
Hang them from an Easter tree.
The possibilities are endless.
Let me show you how it’s done.