Sunday, January 15, 2012

Monogram Burlap Aisle Runner

I had a roll of 9.78 burlap left over after making our table runners, so I got the idea of using it for an aisle runner.

Time: 20 minutes

Scrap Lace
Scrap Board or cardboard


1. Draw Monogram on a board or cardboard piece
2. Lay burlap over board and paint over burlap tracing your design
3. Let dry and then cap ends with lace and sew (I used a sewing machine to do this, but you could probably glue or hand stitch).
All done!  I loved how this turned out and I can't wait to walk down it in May :)
We will have a much better picture posted after the wedding!


The aisle runner went well with our rustic theme, and even in heels, I didn't trip or get stuck in the burlap...always a plus ha


  1. How did it turn out. Was it difficult to walk on? I want to do as well but my friends think I may trip on it. How di you secure to the ground?

  2. It turned out really well! I will post an updated picture. I wore heels and was able to walk just fine on it.

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