1. Leftover burlap is great for your garden. If your yard is sloped, burlap will help control erosion. It also provides fantastic protection from heavy winter snow for your evergreen shrubs. Try it in the garden for weed control fabric as well.
2. Make your own reusable bag to take to farmer’s markets all summer long.
3. Toddler tipis are very popular right now. Use leftover burlap to make one that’s perfect for outside.
4. Make a rustic vase out of an old burlap grain sack. Awesome!
5. Use leftover burlap to make a cute bulletin board for your kitchen or office space.
6. You can also repurpose leftover burlap into a lamp shade. This is similar to one you might find from Pottery Barn. Love it!
7. Make a no-sew burlap table runner, and this tutorial will also teach you how to make linen napkins to go along with it.
8. Leftover burlap “rags” in three colors are used to make this adorable Thanksgiving wreath.
9. Leftover burlap is perfect to make a burlap bow. Oh, the things you can adorn with a burlap bow…..
10. Two yards of burlap is all you need to make an awesome burlap bubble wreath.
11. Why not make no-sew burlap tags to label things around the house? For example: toy baskets, pantry organizers, etc. The tags shown are used in a laundry room. They’re easy and fun to make!
12. How cute are these burlap roller shades? So much better than cheap mini-blinds.
13. This burlap hanging planter is a unique way to use up leftover burlap. It looks amazing hung from a tree.
14. How cute are these burlap gift bows?
15. Turn a leftover burlap coffee sack into the perfect box to hold your yarn and needle crafts.
16. Use burlap to accent your own DIY ruffle necklace. Cute!
17. Here’s another lampshade, but this one is ruffled. Bonus: it’s no-sew and only takes about a yard and half of burlap.
18. Turn that leftover burlap into frame-able art!
19. Make burlap placemats and stencil them with your favorite meal-time reminders. Genius and stylish all in one!