Thursday, May 28, 2009

Burlap is for the Boys

I know only my mom and my grandma read my blog... but I think I will branch out, and join a blog party anyway

It's Crazy for Burlap Party Day!

Here's how I have used burlap in Cash's nursery:

Window Treatments

Trim for the Crib Skirt

Fun and boyish, right?

Good thing I have a mother and a mother-in-law that know how to sew. Me, not so much.

I’m linking this one to Rhoda at Southern Hospitality today. Go there to see other fun burlap projects.


  1. Really cute...according to my 21 YO son, males do not have bed 'skirts'. They are bed kilts...I think he's right ;D

  2. Well, I'm not your Momma. And I DEFINITELY ain't your Grandmomma. But I AM reading your blog. I loved your description of yourself! The nursery ain't too shabby, either. Actually, it's adorable. Great job in there.

    Have a good one!

  3. THe room is absolutly beautiful!!! What a great job you did!!!! I love it!!! Thanks for sharing!

  4. I love your use of burlap in the nursery, especially on the bed skirt. Very creative!

  5. Brei, thanks for joining the party. I'm just loving your window treatments and that crib skirt is just genuis! Love it all. Bravo for burlap.

  6. That's a great way to use burlap! I never thought about using it for trim until today. Great idea!

    And, your blog is adorable! I'm gonna follow you now.

  7. Awwww the trim on the crib is absolutely precious!!
    Have a great day!

  8. Love your treatments! I'm gonna have to figure out a way to incorporate burlap into my little man's room... :)

  9. My sister found your blog through the Southern Living lady's one. She wants to make curtains like you did for her living room.

  10. Love your curtains! And the crib skirt is adorable! Great job with the burlap!

  11. This is so unbelievably cute!! I love the bed skirt. I am planning on doing my son's big boy bedroom in a fish/nautical theme. I really might steal this!! Thanks so much for sharing!!


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