Barn Board Flower Door Hanger




DIY- Wood PLank Flowers

Barn Board Flower Door Hanger

What you will need:

  • Pieces of fabric ( I like homespun material.)
  • pieces of burlap
  • Fake flowers of your choice ( you can switch these out with the seasons)
  • Spanish Moss
  • Decoration for the burlap, I used a rusty star. (optional)
  • wire ( I use rebar wire for my crafts. You can but this at lowes and if I remember correctly it costs less than $5)
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue gun and glue sticks
  • Drill ( to drill holes to hang)

The How To:

Step 1:

Cut a piece of fabric to fit around the the plank. Lay the fabric over the board making sure the board is in the center. Hold fabric in place and flip the board over.

Barn Final 1

 Step 2: Fold the bottom fabric up and staple. Next fold the fabric on both sides and staple. When you staple you want to make sure the fabric is tight.

Barn final 2

Step 3: Cut a piece of burlap double the width you want it. Center the burlap over the board and allow it to slightly overlap the (black & white checked) material. Fold the burlap down to make a crease, unfold the burlap and put a staple on the crease as close to the edge of the board as possible. Put another staple at the bottom of the burlap. Do the same on the other side.

Barn Final 3

Step 4: Then pull the burlap around to the back and staple. Make sure it is tight.

Barn Final 4

Step 5: Now you should have a pocket. Put an arrangement of flowers of your choice in the pocket. Tuck in some brown Spanish moss. I then drilled two holes in the top corner so I could hang it. I twisted the ends of my wire around a pencil to give it a cool swirly look. You can leave the burlap plain or you can dress it up. I chose to dress it up with a rusty star.

Barn Board Colloge




Comments

  1. Oh, that’s very clever indeed! My daughters absolutely love clever diy projects like this one, so another one of your posts I’m bookmarking!

  2. That is so cuteee!! I love it! It is perfect for my house.

  3. What a fun craft to make!! I know my wife would love this as decor in our house, plus it would be a great gift too!

  4. This looks easy to make. You could change the flowers depending on the time of year too.

  5. This is adorable! It looks so easy to make. I might just give it a try 🙂

  6. So pretty. Great directions. Would love to make this.

  7. This is such a cute craft! Perfect for fall decor!

  8. Elizabeth O. says:

    That’s such a lovely decor especially for the summer! I love that you can change the flowers and the colors as well to match the current season! This is definitely a must try!

  9. It would be nice to welcome visitors with a piece like this on your front door! I can’t believe it’s DIY! It looks like it was purchased from the store. I love the rustic look!

  10. Karlyn Cruz says:

    That is a nice craft. I want to make one for the coming holidays!

  11. oh, my! What a fancy way to decorate. I could use some of my old wood flanks. Thanks for sharing!

  12. Will definitely make something close to this. Hahaha. I dont know if it will come out this beautiful but i will try. Thanks.

    • burlapkitchen says:

      I always say, make it your own! Add the flowers and fabric that you love =) I’m sure it will be just as beautiful!

  13. THis is so inspiring! I love the post:)

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  14. Oh this is just so cute! I love the pattern on the fabric you used. I think one of these would be lovely by the front door.

  15. Such a beautiful door decor. I am a huge sunflower person and this is just perfect for my door, I have some spare wood left from a DIY and I am making this one

  16. Such a cute and easy project that adds curb appeal. I need to make something like this for fall.

  17. What a cute diy! I have some wood plank that I could use to make this!

  18. Kathy Kenny Ngo says:

    I would like to try this and bring out my artsy side. I’m so excited to do this with my son!

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