An Autumn Burlap Bunting {Tutorial} & The Truck of My Dreams

I have been having a lot of fun coming up with different variations of my burlap banners and I wanted to share my Fall one with you today. 
But first, isn’t this the most beautiful truck!? Oh I have a major crush on this truck. It belongs to a friend of ours, and he may have thought I was a little nuts when I told him how beautiful I thought it was! Oh my goodness, major crush on this truck. MAJOR. 
Anyhow, I made this banner using my tutorial {here}. I really love the new technique since it makes all of my banners interchangeable~ a breeze to switch around, lengthen, shorten, and really easy to store. 
I used the orange damask burlap that I also used in my Halloween banner along with blonde burlap and a fun vintage grainsack looking brown striped burlap. The printed burlaps are purchased printed {not painted}. They range anywhere from $10 to $12 per yard. The Orange Damask is from JoAnn Fabrics and the Grainsack stripe is made from a burlap ribbon I found at Hobby Lobby.
 Just like the halloween banner, I used Jute rope to hang my banner. 
If you would like to make one for yourself, check out my tutorial {here}.
I also have a few listed in my etsy shop {here} if you would like to purchase one already made. 
I hope you have a lot of fun thing planned for the week! I am up to my eyeballs in projects… I am determined to get some things checked off of my list before this sweet baby makes his debut. 
Happy Monday everyone! 


  1. says

    Love the banner – love the truck reminds me of my uncle’s truck – 1950 blue pick-up….he would let me sit in the cab part on the way to the lumber yard….another love of mine…the smell of fresh cut lumber!!! Too bad Ionly have pics of his car (1955) but not of his pick-up :)

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