Welcome! We’re thrilled you’ve purchased burlap ribbon from Kenarry, LLC and can’t wait to show you how to use it to make a burlap wreath.
Making a burlap wreath is a simple project you can quickly create in just a few hours. We’ll get you started with a short video tutorial as well as a gallery of burlap wreath ideas.
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How to Make a Burlap Wreath
Learn how to make a burlap wreath by weaving ribbons with rustic burlap in this easy step-by-step tutorial. You’ll have a pretty wreath in just a few hours!
What you need:
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- 60 feet of 5″ wide burlap ribbon or garland (20 yards) — NOTE: If you’re making more than one wreath, you can also get a 4-pack of burlap ribbon rolls (40 yards or 120 feet) or a 6-pack of rolls (60 yards or 180 feet) at a discounted rate.
- 16″ wire wreath (You could also use an 18 inch wire wreath, but I would add at least a few more yards of burlap if you want your wreath to have a fuller appearance like mine.)
- 1 – 18 foot spool of 1-2″ wide accent ribbon (6 yards)
- 1 – 18 foot spool of another contrasting 1-2″ wide accent ribbon (6 yards)
Watch our video tutorial to learn how to make a burlap wreath with two different accent ribbons:
Written step-by-step instructions: “How to Make a Burlap Wreath With Accent Ribbon“
Gallery of Burlap Wreath Ideas
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