stamped burlap ornament tutorial
{from beneath my heart}

by @according2kelly on November 15, 2013

for the entire month of november we will be baking, sewing & crafting up a storm, preparing handmade gifts for this holiday season.


so dust off your sewing machine, & head on over to skip to my lou for some fabulous sewing projects. rev up your mixers, & visit a southern fairytale for lots of edible yummies & holiday-inspired recipes you definitely don’t want to miss.

today, our featured blogger is the amazing & beautiful traci of beneath my heart.

stamped burlap ornament tutorial

Hi, y’all!

My name is Traci, and I blog at Beneath My Heart.

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I am so thrilled to be participating in the Fourth Annual Bake Craft Sew!

Thank you for having me. Smile

Today, I wanted to show you a very simple and inexpensive ornament that I made.

I saw an ornament at a local boutique that I knew I could make for less.



The supplies were simple:


deer stamp {from Hobby Lobby-40% off}DSC_0120

ink pad or black paint

old book pageDSC_0120

silver tinselDSC_0133

jute and/or ribbon




First of all, I stamped the deer print on the book page.


Then I found a cup the right size, drew a circle around the deer and cut it out.


Next, I glued burlap to a piece of cardboard and cut out a larger circle to place the deer circle on.


I glued the deer onto the burlap circle and let it dry.


Then I hot glued the tinsel around the deer circle.


And created a hole with a hole punch…


Lastly, I added some red ribbon to create a bow and give the ornament a punch of color. I also attached a piece of jute string to hang the ornament on the tree.


So easy!

I think it would be fun to decorate a whole tree with ornaments like these! Some could be squares and some could be circles. Some could be stamped with birds or some could be stamped with owls.


I am hoping to make some more of these myself for one of my trees this year. Smile

If you have never visited my blog before, I would love for you to hop on over and visit me!

I have more simple and inexpensive Christmas projects on my blog. You can click the button below to check them out.

And if you like what you see, I would love for you to follow my blog and “do life” with me! SmileClick HERE.

Have a blessed day!

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I love the look of burlap on just about everything.  I am really loving how these turned out.  ~ Lisa


  1. […] over on the According to Kelly Blog. Its a guest post from Traci at Beneath my Heart.  Click Here for her tutorial.  She has great instructions on how to make them.  Super cute! I made […]

  2. […] over on the According to Kelly Blog. Its a guest post from Traci at Beneath my Heart.  Click Here for her tutorial.  She has great instructions on how to make them.  Super cute! I made […]

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