Burlap Beach Wreath

Burlap Summer Wreath. This bubble wreath is the perfect wreath for all skill levels! Easy to make + few supplies

Burlap Beach Wreath

If you’ve read this blog, you probably have realized that I love making wreaths! We are headed to a beach cottage in North Carolina in a few weeks for our family vacation, so I’m craving everything beach-y right now! So this little blue burlap wreath with white starfish helped satisfy those cravings. For now. Beach week can’t come quick enough though!!

beach-cottage-wreath2I used some giant white starfish that we got at the Outer Banks last year. {no, we did not find them ourselves. we bought them for about $1/each thanks to off season pricing.}

This easy wreath requires only a handful of supplies and is super easy to make!

Easy Beach Wreath Tutorial

DIY summer wreath tutorial

 

Supplies:

How to make burlap wreath 1. Tie one end of the burlap ribbon to the wire wreath form.

How to make a burlap wreath 2. Then start from the back and push up small loops of burlap, rotating which opening in the wire wreath form it comes out of.

Burlap wreath tutorial3. Continue adding more burlap loops until your wreath is as full as you’d like it. I used about 12 yards of burlap on mine. When one roll of burlap ends, tuck it under to hide the ends and start a new roll.

ocean wreath tutorial with starfish4. Hot glue the star fish onto the burlap making sure to secure it well.

Then hang with crocheted lace trim or other coordinating ribbon for a shabby chic beachy look and enjoy!

Easy Beach Wreath with turquoise burlap. Hang it with some thick lace for a beach cottage-y look!

More Burlap Wreaths:

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Fall Burlap Bubble Wreath

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Interchangeable Burlap Fall Wreath

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Halloween Burlap Wreath

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Linda
Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When not crafting, I can be found chasing my 2 small {but very energetic!} boys or playing with my new baby girl. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥
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  1. 1
    Chelle Chapman

    This is Beautiful! Where in the wide, wide, world of crafting did you find the Turquoise burlap? That is the MOST gorgeous color!! I already have a form & the star fish but won’t settle for ANY other burlap now that I have seen THIS one! Thanks SEW-less much for sharing this wreath!!

    1. 1.1

      Thank you, Chelle! :) I don’t know what stores carry it, but you can find the turquoise burlap on Amazon: amzn.to/1yWT3Ap Hope that helps! I’d love to see yours!

      1. Chelle — It is a pretty wreath, and you’ll find the turquoise burlap at WalMart under the FloraCraft label “Design It: Simple Style®”. It’s the perfect color for summertime!

  2. 3

    I love this one! It is such a beautiful variation on a burlap wreath. I am a new follower and I think we live near one another. I am in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia. Am I right? Are we “neighbors”?
    ~Amanda from His and Her Hobbies

    1. 3.1

      Thanks, Amanda! We just moved from Carrollton to Richmond in June. So we are just a little longer distance neighbors now! :)

      1. I teach very close to Carrollton so I know that area well. I was just in Richmond last week for a few days. Cue music – “It’s a small world after all”… haha

        1. LOL love it! Let me know next time you’re in Richmond and maybe we’ll hit Hobby Lobby together or something!

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