Create a Woven Burlap Farmhouse Basket
The farmhouse design style is very popular and the rustic chic contrast of black metal and burlap is my favorite. Fill this Woven Burlap Farmhouse Basket with apples, pinecones, or craft supplies to create a stylish organizational solution in just 15 minutes!
Create a Woven Burlap Farmhouse Basket in 15 Minutes
This project is the third installment of Craft Lightning Burlap Week! All week long my friends Angie, Carolina, and I (along with some of our crafty friends) are sharing fast and fun crafts that can be made with burlap in 15 minutes or less. Check out Day One HERE and Day Two HERE. Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of this post to check out the creative ideas, and come back all week long to get quick and easy burlap craft inspiration.
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Here's what you will need to Create a Woven Burlap Farmhouse Basket:
- Wire Basket – this one is similar
- Burlap Ribbon
- Burlap Flower
- Americana Paints by DecoArt – Buttermilk
- Paint Brush
- Scissors – I love my Fiskars!
- Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
- Bakers Twine
Here's how to create a Farmhouse Basket:
To begin the woven burlap farmhouse basket, weave the burlap ribbon through the wire basket slats. If you cannot find a burlap ribbon in the correct size, just cut down what you have and let the frayed edges show. I love frayed burlap, how about you?
Paint white button with Buttermilk, let dry. This is one of my secret tips – if you don't have the proper color embellishment to add to your project then paint, ink, or color a white one, and your problem is solved!
Trim burlap ribbon ends with scissors and glue in place. Repeat with the second length of burlap ribbon.
To finish the woven burlap farmhouse basket, thread bakers twine through buttonholes, tie in a bow and trim the ends. Glue to pre-made burlap flower and then attach to basket.
Fill this Woven Burlap Farmhouse Basket with fruit and position on the kitchen counter, or with a blanket and place it by the sofa or with school supplies and gift it to your kiddos teacher to celebrate going back to school (hopefully)!
More 15 Minute Crafts!
Today is Day 3 of our week-long series featuring burlap crafts you can create in 15 minutes! I really do love creating with burlap, how about you? Upcycle a Burlap Vase and DIY a Tic Tac Toe Game and Pom Pom and Burlap Ice Cream Cone Necklace and Coastal Inspired Burlap Decor Click on your favorite and start crafting!
A burlap and paper flower is the perfect accent to Jen's Love Embroidery Hoop.
Our host Carolina from 30 Minute Crafts has stepped up her game to complete this Simple Burlap Wine Bag in just 15 minutes.
Albion has created Burlap and Felt Coasters that go together in minutes.
Our host Angie from the Country Chic Cottage shows us how to Stencil Burlap Pillows that are perfect for the porch.
Super fun and colorful, let Carolina show you how to create a Simple Burlap Flower.
Upcycle a Wire Basket with Burlap Ribbon in 15 Minutes to create Farmhouse Style
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17 thoughts on “Create a Woven Burlap Farmhouse Basket”
I love it! Turned out great!
WHERE DO YOU buy the cute wire baskets?
I found the basket at Hobby Lobby 🙂
That is such a pretty and simple upgrade.
Thank you, Julie! I love an easy upcycle, too! 🙂
15 minute crafts! This is my kind of craft. I’m not that crafty and some f the longer projects are too intimidating. Thanks for sharing this one.
Yes, Andrea! Totally doable!!
Super cute! I love simple doable crafts! Please stop by and link up at The Embracing Home and Family link party on Friday if you have a minute.
Will do, Jennifer!
Such a cute basket! I love the burlap flower! Thanks so much for sharing at the Snickerdoodle Create Bake Make Link Party!!! Have a lovely week!
Thank you, T’onna! 🙂
Love this- I’ll be featuring it when the next party starts on my blog, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, thanks for sharing with us at the To Grandma’s house we go link party!
Thank you, Tarahlynn! Excited to be featured again!
I love how easy it is to update something simple with burlap and it just turns out so pretty. Love the basket! Pinned. Thanks for visiting again this week. #HomeMattersParty
Thank you, Donna!!
Your basket turned out great! So happy to feature you at AAH this week. Thanks for sharing with us!
WOW! Amber! Thanks for the feature and for hosting!!