Top 16 Burlap Christmas Decoration Ideas

Now that the Halloween and Thanksgiving decorations have come down, it’s time to start contemplating the Christmas décor. This time, instead of going for the conventional and traditional Christmas decoration, why don’t you go the burlap way?

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Burlap is truly an amazing fabric and has been treasured by crafters since ages. Giving a rustic look at the first glance, burlap manages to look both elegant and refined. It creates a warm and cozy look, exactly what you and your guests need to relax on a wintery day. Burlap can also be very effective if you are contemplating the woodland theme this year. We have found 16 creative and beautiful Christmas decoration ideas that can help you create a beautiful setting this year. Check them out right away!

  1. Burlap Christmas Tree:

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This mixed colored burlap tree would fit in any décor or color scheme. And we loved how the author used a mix of texture and color for this Christmas tree. For this craft, you just have to hot glue the strips of burlap and fabric in a clockwise pattern on the paper mache cone. Doesn’t it look absolutely adorable?

  1. Burlap Ribbon:

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Here is some super adorable Burlap, Christmas themed ribbon that you can incorporate in your Christmas décor. You can use these ribbons to create wreaths, garlands and for decorating the Christmas tree. We loved the snowflake printed burlap ribbon the most. What about you?

  1. Burlap Snowmen:

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The snowman is an iconic winter figure and has the potential to be delicately ornate or minimally simple. These endearing snowmen will melt your kid’s heart like no other thing. You don’t even need to be an artist to create this fun decoration. These snowmen are made entirely of burlap, twine and Styrofoam balls.

  1. Burlap Poinsettia Ornament:

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Easy and quick, this poinsettia ornament can be made in less than 10 minutes. You just need to fill the ornament ball with a strip of burlap and then tie its loop with red and white ribbon. The beautiful burlap ornament is ready to hang.

  1. Red Holly Berry Christmas Wreath with Burlap Bow:

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This wreath features a Christmas wreath decorated with an assortment of red berries attached to a green, artificial pine tree wreath. The multiple loop burlap bow attached to its bottom adds to the beauty of this wreath. The wreath is perfect not just for Christmas, but also for Thanksgiving and New Year. You can even hang the wreath upside down to give a teardrop like look.

  1. Burlap Jingle Bell Trees:

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Can you ever have enough Christmas trees when decorating for the holiday? No! So we have these burlap, jingle bell trees for you. Besides burlap ribbon and bells, you’ll require red and white bakers twine to give a Christmassy look to it. And the jingle bells are adding little joys to the tiny trees. You can place these trees on the mantelpiece, kitchen table or on the dining table as a centerpiece.

  1. Burlap Decorated Christmas Tree:

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A beautifully decorated Christmas tree can enhance the overall decoration of the house like no other thing. There are plenty of ways to decorate a Christmas; one of the most novel ideas is using burlap. This buffet tree is decorated beautifully with twinkling lights, shells burlap ornaments and ribbons. On top of the tree, the author has placed a small sized silver tree. Overall, a very neat presentation.

  1. Burlap Porch Decoration:

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Don’t you think this porch is looking extraordinarily beautiful? The blogger has used fresh pine leaves and branches for decorating the porch and added two large burlap bows on both sides of the door to give an extra dimension to it.

  1. Burlap Christmas Tree Decoration:

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Using ornaments for decorating the Christmas tree is a common norm, but using colored burlap for making Christmas ornaments can give an entirely different look to your Christmas tree.  You just have to purchase thin and printed, Christmas themed burlap ribbons and glue to the ornaments neatly. Tie to the Christmas tree using pieces of rope to give a rustic feel to it.

  1. Burlap Chandelier Decoration:

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When decorating the house, do not forget to deck the chandelier. The author has followed a coastal theme for Christmas décor this year, which can be seen in this chandelier. She has decorated the chandelier by weaving loose branches through the chandelier arms and wrapping the burlap ribbons. She also tucked in a ceramic starfish and a Christmas tree ornament. It’s original, unusual and non-typical. We like it! Note- keep the greenery away from the bulbs for extra safety.

  1. Burlap And Lace Candle Holder:

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If you want to combine something rustic with something feminine, then this decoration idea would be perfect for you. You don’t even need to purchase any fancy thing for making this craft. We believe that all the key supplies needed for this project would be lying in your home. And it’s very easy to make. Verryyyyy! You can fill the jar with either a pillar candle or whatever you like.

  1. Burlap Wreath:

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Here’s another stunner! It’s a beautiful burlap wreath with red and white chevron bows. For making this wreath, you need to cut the burlap in 2-inch squares. You can either sew the burlap pieces on the wreath or affix using hot glue gun. It’s a very easy task, but will take time to cut the burlap pieces.

  1. Burlap Table Runner:

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We can’t think of a better use of burlap than this. Seriously, what’s not to love about this minimalist artistry here? Just get hold of 5 yards of burlap, a few different kinds of laces, yarn and of course, scissor. Don’t you think the result is stupendous?  And they’ll last forever. Trust us on that!

  1. Pine Cone Tree with Burlap Check Ribbon:

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This little decoration will add sparkle and holiday pizzazz without taking up any extra room. The subtle shades of brown in the pine cones and the checked burlap ribbon are complementing perfectly. If you don’t have pine cones at home, then you can try this decoration on a real or artificial Christmas as well. You can even add a few embellishments, berries, fresh greenery, and ornaments to complete the look.

  1. Burlap Ruffled Curtain:

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If sweet, simple and elegant is your thing, then these simple burlap curtain could be your pic. This twin colored, ruffled burlap curtain will look amazing radiating sunlight on the Christmas morning. It may look a bit difficult to make, but actually, it’s not. But you need to have basic sewing skills to make this curtain. Just imagine the rustic look you will create in your house hanging these rustic curtains in your house.

  1. Burlap Stockings:

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If you are tired of the same ol’ red and white stockings and want something neutral this time, then burlap stockings would be a great option. These, simple and rounded stocking are decorated tastefully with white, cutwork cloth and white ribbon. You can easily modify these stocking to fit your décor. For example- If you are going for a blue or green these, then use blue or green cloth or ribbon. You can even use glitter to make it a bit fancier.

These beautiful burlap Christmas decoration ideas will add a textural element to your decoration. How are you thinking of using burlap as Christmas tree decoration? Share your ideas with us by commenting below!

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