Friday, March 26, 2010

Burlap Nest Tutorial





Supplies:


3 Burlap strips 1 inch by 36 inches


Floral Wire pieces 12 inches


Mini Eggs


I looped my wire through my burlap strip about 1/2 inch in and twisted.
Weave the wire in and out of the burlap and gather.
Twist the ends together and form a circle.
Make 2 circles.

Then on the 3rd strip pull burlap super tight
{this creates the bottom of the nest}.

See the wire "tail" leave this.


Set a burlap circle on the bottom and with the wire "tail"


weave around {like sewing} to attach.


Repeat with top circle, cut a couple pieces of wire and


randomly run the wire through and twist.


Now your nest is secure and finished!


Side view. Leave the stray frays it makes it more nesty...


Add eggs!



10 comments:

Darlene said...

That is ADORABLE and the burlap makes a GREAT nest!! LOVE it!

fiberdoodles said...

Soo cute! Thank you so much for sharing it with us!!

Brian + Cheryl B. said...

Quite realistic looking!!! All you need now is to stick some tiny pieces of colored string, and some little fake feathers into the burlap and it would pass "Quite" into "very".

Jill said...

THE cutest stinkin' thing I have EVER seen!!!- now I know what to make for the teacher's Easter gifts!!!
THANK YOU for sharing!!!
Blessings!
Jill

Elise said...

That is so cute!! Now, if I could only find freakin' burlap...
Elise

Lemondrops Simple Stuff said...

Very cute! And looks so cute by the bunnies!

Kristen Andrews said...

very cute, I love burlap projects!

KJ said...

I saw your nest on Be Different. It is adorable. Great idea!

Ruth said...

Thanks for the great tutorial. That is such a cute idea.

Ruth

Em @ Bunch of Scrap said...

Very cute :) Very cute indeed!