Feature! A Zibbet Exhibit of Burlap Possibilities

I made a goal to feature more creative people this year, so along these lines, the Zibbet Exhibit is a great way to show many interpretations on a single theme or idea by many different talented artisans and artists. 

Today, the idea is burlap. I love the look of burlap, and have even tried my hand at being creative with burlap. It is a challenging thing to work with, so that these creations are so well done tells you something about the talent of these creators. 

There is so much you can do with burlap, these are just some of the possibilities. 

Coffee Pillow Cover in Burlap by Texas Eagle Gallery
Coffee Pillow Cover by Texas Eagle Gallery
Rustic Burlap Roses by Accents & Petals
Rustic Burlap Roses by Accents & Petals
Sunflower and Burlap Bow by Knitting Nadia
Sunflower and Burlap Bow by Knitting Nadia
Ivory and Burlap Mason Jars by The Vintage Artistry
Ivory and Burlap Mason Jars by The Vintage Artistry
Coffee Sack - Little Bookend Owl by Tailys
Coffee Sack - Little Bookend Owl by Tailys
Little Burlap Bows – Bobby Pin Set by BE Something New
Little Burlap Bows – Bobby Pin Set by BE Something New
Deep Purple Burlap Wreath by Trend to Trend Wreaths
Deep Purple Burlap Wreath by Trend to Trend Wreaths
Purple Felt Pinwheel with Burlap by Cute Little Things
Purple Felt Pinwheel with Burlap by Cute Little Things
Heartstrings Burlap Throw Pillows by CarmaMia Decor
Heartstrings Burlap Throw Pillows by CarmaMia Decor
Valentines Hearts - Burlap and Felt by Le Beach Shack
Valentines Hearts - Burlap and Felt by Le Beach Shack

Have you ever tried to work with burlap? 
Let us know! Comment, share links, and let's see all the possibilities!

I will be adding all these, and yours too, to my Pinterest Burlap Board, so please share your creativity!

And if you haven't tried Zibbet, go check it out!

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