I am linking up with Gussy Sews Inspiration Workshop and the prompt this week is DIY. It's time to share my latest decorating project!
It's not much of a secret that I enjoy coffee. The enjoyment of coffee runs deep in my family; it's a part of life. You wake up, you have coffee. Then mid-morning, you have more. Lunchtime, afternoon-time, really anytime is time for coffee. I like to think that each cup has a crazy mix of relaxation and energy that is passed to the drinker.
When I saw this idea in a local doughnut shop [another one of my loves], it seemed a perfect fit for our kitchen. It's really easy, super cheap, and comes together in a snap.
Step one: Buy some burlap bags from your local coffee roaster. These came from Dunn Bros and were $1 each. Buy some foam core board, and cut it in half [or not if your piece is smaller].
Step two: Center the design and pin the burlap in place. Trim down edges and corners to reduce bulk.
Step three: Use a hot glue gun to secure the rough edges. Trim any extra fabric.
Step four: Hang on the wall. We nailed right through the board, so even hanging them was easy peasy!
Step five: Make some coffee and enjoy your new wall decor. [okay, maybe this part is optional]
Seriously, you should make this! If you're not into burlap sacks, fun
fabric prints would be cute, too. I'd love to hear if any of you try