Burlap Covered Letters

Do you need a quick, easy, and affordable home decor item? Well then we have the perfect little craft for you! We are all about burlap and monograms, the perfect combination, and these Burlap Covered Letters would be a fabulous accent in your home!

Today we are going to show you how to create these adorable…

Burlap Covered Letters

A perfect combination of burlap and a monongram! Burlap covered letters! A simple and gorgeous home accent for your home. #burlap #monograms #coveredletters

 Supplies for Burlap Covered Letter…


Paper Mache’ Letter 

Burlap Fabric 

Wooden Rectangular Base 

Craft Acrylic Paint {I used Folk Art paint in Linen }

Sponge Brush

Dark Colored Marker or Pencil


Hot Glue Gun

Glue sticks

Spray Adhesive {I used Elmer’s Spray Adhesive}

Burlap Covered Letters

First, gather all your supplies. Next, place your paper mache’ letter on the burlap and trace around the letter with the pen or pencil…

Burlap Covered Letters

Cut out the burlap letter {HINT:Cut to the inside of your tracing line to prevent the ink from showing!}. Paint the  wooden base and paper mache’ letter on all sides with the linen colored  paint and allow to dry.

Burlap Covered Letters

 Spray the paper mache’ letter with spray adhesive and apply the burlap cut out letter…

Burlap Covered Letters

Next, apply a light coat of the linen colored paint all over the burlap . You will need to push the sponge brush down into the texture of the burlap. We allowed the paint to dry and then touched up a few areas that we missed!

Burlap Covered Letters

Of course, the burlap letter looks fabulous without the paint as well. Depending on where you will use the finished letter will determine if you might like to skip the painting step! The final step is to simply glue the burlap letter to the wooden base using your hot glue gun…

Burlap Covered Letters

That’s it! This is such a simple and quite inexpensive project that packs a punch! You can use these so many places to add texture and personalization. This one was used in a kitchen bookcase, we also have an easy tutorial for those DIY vintage crates !

Burlap Covered Letters

There is just something about the combination of burlap and letters that makes a home feel cozy and welcoming!

We hope that you have enjoyed our tutorial on creating a Burlap Covered Letter…

Burlap Covered Letters

Be sure and check out our other Burlap Projects, like these…

Create a beautiful fabric and felt DIY Fall Wreath for your home!

 Beautiful DIY Fabric and Felt Fall Wreath

 A stunning No Sew Burlap Tree Skirt Tutorial. It starts with a ready made item that makes it so easy to create.

Gorgeous No Sew Burlap Christmas Tree Skirt 

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Welcome to Uncommon Designs. I am Bonnie Mauney and the co-author here at Uncommon Designs. My love for creating crafts, home decor, seasonal decor, and sewing has led me to my desire to share that with you here at our blog. I am happy to have you stop by our little slice of the blog world and join us in Creating A Beautiful Life!

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  1. says

    I liked seeing how you chose to do it. I think it would be fun to have a variety of different letter effects going in one room too. Thanks for the idea of the paint on top. I wouldn’t have thought of that. It turned out really well. Typography always adds to the look of a space in a positive way, as far as I’m concerned anyway. Thanks for the how-to. I hope you’ll stop over and visit me at Quirky Vistas!

  2. NancyNurse says

    Perfect for the letters I bought for my daughters wedding! I am doing MR & MRS in the burlap for their sweetheart table. Thanks for posting this project.


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