DIY Monogrammed Burlap Canvas

Disclosure: We were selected by Hometalk and Michaels to participate in the #mpinterestparty event. We received compensation but all opinions are 100% ours.

Ok..someone go ahead and pinch us! 

Trish and I are thrilled to let you in on a fabulous event happening this coming weekend that we are participating in at our local Columbia, SC Michaels store on Two Notch Road….

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At all Michaels stores nationwide, they are hosting a Pinterest Party. Visit the Michaels website to find a store near you. If you are local, come on out, we would love to meet you! Live in SC but not close to our store, you can stop by any of the stores in SC to join the party.

Buy supplies in the store and join the party for a great afternoon of crafting!  Bloggers will be joining the parties at select locations nationwide.

You can work on any project you’d like at the Pinterest Party, but you’ll find a few in-store displays to inspire you.  Trish and I would love to have you stop by, and create and craft with us! We will be sharing our …

DIY Monogrammed Burlap Canvas

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How sweet is this! A perfect accent for your home or even a gallery wall. We will also have another version of this project at the event.

This DIY Monogrammed Burlap Canvas is so simple to create. All you need are a few supplies and some paint!

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I even did a little distressing on the edges of the frame and letter once they were painted. A quick and easy way to add a little interest to the craft project.

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I just love chalkboards and this sweet chalkboard paint bunting I made was perfect for this diy project. Ready made tags and some chalkboard paint and I was done. The black and white baker’s twine adds a bit of whimsy too!

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Attach a few mini clothespins and you have a great way to personalize your piece of artwork. Mine has the year we were married,,,yep 20 years! I painted the back of the bunting with chalkboard paint too, so it is reversible.

Trish and I will be sharing some fun ideas for incorporating the chalkboard trend into your home and parties. We have some cute and fast ideas for you. We will also have a craft project sure to get you in the mood for spring! Come on out and join us!

How about a sweet giveaway too?

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Hometalk  is an online home and garden social network, where you can find inspiration, post projects, and even ask questions.

 Simply follow Michaels on Hometalk for your chance to win a $100 Michaels gift card. { Five winners will be announced on Hometalk’s FB page on Feb 17, after the party. }

Think about the crafting supplies you could get with that! Also, make sure to visit the Michaels site before coming in to grab a weekly coupon. Do you have a smart phone? You can get the Michaels mobile app and access your coupons on your phone.

We are so excited for this event and hope that you will head on out to your local Michaels store on Sunday, February 16th from 100 til 4:00 for a fun afternoon!

Happy Crafting!! 

Bonnie

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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 the Extraordinary!

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  1. Marie@The Interior Frugalista says

    Trish & Bonnie, I just saw your awesome dIY monogrammed burlap canvas featured at The Cottage Market. Love this!! Pinning this because it would be perfect on the guest table at my daughter’s wedding. You two are so talented and your projects are always so great!

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