Sack It To ‘Em

I use my burlap sacks as camouflage. 
to hide
unsightly
junk
Here in the laundry room, I have a little shelf that houses supplies but is pretty and screened off with my handy dandy burlap sack hung with a tension rod:
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In my pantry I have it just slung over a shelf area (again hiding the not so pretty stuff that happens in life)
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across from my fireplace – I have a chair that was my grandparents…I love the lines of it…..
here I’ve just stuffed the back cushion into a burlap sack and called it a day.
no sewing involved whatsoever and
I just love it.
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I’m always on the hunt for more burlap or grain sacks…there will always be a place and use for them here.

Chat soon -
NORTHERN COTTAGE


house of smith, keeping it simple and shabby chic cottage are both having giveaways for a silhouette machine - yikes!  don't go there and enter the content though (just kidding - sort of! tee hee)  because I HAVE to win!

10 comments:

  1. I love the graphics on the one on the chair. It has great colors on it. And what a great idea, no sew is always the best way :)

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  2. Cool backdrop! I just love the rustic feel grain sacks offer an area, especially on that chair.

    Donna

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  3. Great idea....love the designs on those old burlap sacks. I am thinking of using them as cafe curtains in my kitchen.

    Blessings,

    Alison

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  4. Love the burlap sack on the back of your chair...great idea!

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  5. Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting on my foot stool.
    I love how you've used the burlap sacks to screen off certain areas of your house and I like the idea of using the tension rod.
    I read some of your other posts and your work space area looks great. You have all of the same type of storage containers I do....old wood boxes...metal containers. I really love that screen!!
    Always nice to meet someone else who appreciates "junk"!!
    Jane

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  6. I love these sacks too. I don't have any of my own though - I'm feeling a bit jealous of your collection!!

    Sarahx

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  7. The possibilities for these sacks are seemingly endless, no?!Clever, clever.Thanks for sharing.

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  8. What a great way to use these sacks!

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  9. Thanks for sharing, its pretty cool. This year I'm looking forward to take a break and enjoy nature as I go for vacation, well maybe after I find some Land in Texas. Anyway I really like your blog and i really appreciate the excellent quality content you are posting here.

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  10. Awesome! Where do you find all these cool grain sacks?

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