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Sunday, November 26, 2017

Easy Burlap Sack Christmas Wall Art

Turning Christmas sacks into holiday wall art is the fastest and easiest way to create beautiful holiday decor for less.



I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving.  Have you pulled out the holiday decor and started decorating yet?  I've been dealing with a nasty cold, which means holiday decorating is happening pretty slow around here.  I did, however,  mange to make super easy (and inexpensive) holiday wall art for our mudroom that I wanted to share.

Holiday decorated mudroom, mudroom, budget decorating

A few weeks ago I went on a little Michael's shopping spree since I had a 20% off everything coupon.  Don't you just love those?  I mostly bought craft supplies and 50% off holiday decor for my daughters room, but I did pick up a super cute Christmas sack (50% off) and frame (also 50% off)  to make holiday art for our mudroom.

(Make sure you stick around to the end of the post, because I'm also giving away a sack to one lucky reader!)  


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Christmas Burlap Sack (in store only) 
- Scissors
- Pen 

This "project" is so easy and self explanatory that it probably doesn't even need instructions, but just incase you want a visual I added step by step pictures.

materials for creating Christmas sack artwork
1. Use the picture that came with your frame as a template 
Tracing template to make burlap sack Christmas wall art, Holiday decorating, mudroom
2. Cut out the traced portion of your sack.
Cutting out burlap sack, holiday decorating, mudroom, Christmas
3. Insert sack into your frame.
Holiday decorating, putting Christmas sack into frame, Christmas decor, mudroom
4. Hang frame and enjoy!
Holiday decorating mudroom, Christmas decor, turning a sack into holiday decor
I love the two tone wood in the frame and the fact that I can swap out the burlap for another picture or simply move the frame to another location in our home.
Christmas sack turned holiday decor, wall art, Christmas decor, mudroom

Holiday decorated mudroom, Christmas sack turned wall decor, holiday decor, mudroom

mudroom, holiday decor, Christmas, Burlap sack turned holiday decor
This technique also works great with tea towels, gifts bags (I used a Dollar Tree gift bag last year in this spot), wall paper, gift wrap, etc.  The possibilities are endless! 


As a thank you for following along and supporting Little House of Four I'm also offering one lucky reader a chance to win a burlap sack to make their own wall art.   Just enter through the rafflecopter below. 

Must be 18 years old to enter.  Open to U.S residents only.  Frame not included.

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16 comments:

  1. Love your ideas! So easy and cute!

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  2. love this post so easy fast and perfect holiday craft!

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  3. My favorite holiday tradition is wearing my Mrs. Santa robe on Christmas Morning :)

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  4. My favorite holiday tradition is decorating the tree with my kids.

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  5. Decorating the day after thanksgiving
    When all the family hasn’t left.

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  6. My favorite holiday tradition is reading a Christmas story on Christmas Eve with all of our family around. ♥️

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  7. My favorite holiday tradition is reading a Christmas Eve story with all our family around. ♥️

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  8. My favorite holiday tradition is setting out my Nativity scenes. They remind me of the meaning of Christmas. Plus there are so many memories of the people who gave them to me or the places we've visited.
    Thanks for the chance to win. Your picture is a cute idea.

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  9. Very cute framed Christmas art!

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  10. I love your blog because it gives me confidence to complete DIY projects. Our family tradition is we pick an Angel and buy them things.

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  11. My favorite is making Christmas cookies. Now I get to show my grandchildren how much fun it is.

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