Burlap Runner


My Jersey friend RJ made this beautiful runner for me. I met RJ online on a decorating site. Little did I know we would become very good friends. We finally met 2 years ago in her home.  I felt like I walked into a magazine. I've seen her home online. Yes, I loved it but in person it was so much more. The details in every room were so well thought out. Nothing was out of place yet it was so inviting. I felt right at home as soon as I arrived. We exchanged gifts and of course hugged. Her husband ordered us pizza and the time just flew by. RJ has not live in Jersey for a long time but she is still a Jersey girl to me. RJ knows that I've been sewing by hand and offered to make me a runner for my sunroom.


Little did I know the runner would be this beautiful! I asked her if she could add a ruffle and she agreed she would. Then RJ hinted she was going to do a little more to it and asked me if she could.


Here is the start to the runner in RJ's home.


 RJ made it reversible so I could have two different looks. 


RJ made this beautiful flower from fabric!


She added a chocolate brown velvet ribbon. It matches my wicker furniture perfectly!


All Jersey girls need bling!!! Do you not love the rhinestone pin RJ added to the center of the flower? My heart skipped a beat when I saw it! 


 The runner makes my sunroom ROCK!

 It's the icing on the cake!
I love it!!!!!

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15 comments:

Lee said...

The runner looks terrific in your sunroom! What a great friend!
Thanks for sharing!

Mimi said...

This is beautiful! I love anything burlap and this runner with velvet and a flower with bling is over the top! Never thought of pairing scrappy burlap with elegant velvet. This is priceless!

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

The runner is beautiful and I love your wicker! Have a great week.
xo,
Sherry

laurie said...

very nice,, lovely,

Marianne said...

Hi Dee,
I just love burlap runners and this came out great. What a nice friend you have.
Marianne :)

Cindy Adkins said...

I just got burlap last week to make some runners--and here's yours!!! I LOVE it and this is the most wonderful great and beautiful gift!! I am so HAPPY for you...it is so awesome!!! And I love the brown velvet and the flower--woo hoo!!!
XO
Cindy

Gina said...

That is such a pretty runner. I love that it's reversible. Looks great in your sunroom too.

Ido said...

That is a beautiful runner, I noticed that the burlap is very soft, not so rustic like the one I buy, will try to find some like yours.
Have a lovely day!
XXX Ido

Jan@southernjunkin' said...

Love the runner! Adds the finishing touch with the bling! Yes, even Junkin' Girls Raised in the South have to have our Bling!!
Visiting from Debbie's Newbie Party!

Richelle Kelley said...

Daisy May (Dog:) is ADORABLE! I would love to have a goat!!! HOw long haveyou had her?

Richelle Kelley said...

It IS icing on the cake. Love that entire sun room!!!! You really transformed that room into a place you will enjoy for many, many years! The runner is of course done perfectly for the room! That lady can sew:) we like her!!! :)

Jessica @ O. Alouette said...

That's so sweet of her - the runner is awesome. I love your sunroom and I LOVE the sheepskin rug!!

Vintage Beachgirl said...

Your sunroom is sooo lovely, I am just awed by how beautifully you have it decorated as well....wishing mine wasn't so tiny! But that's ok, I love it anyway! Take care, VBg

Anonymous said...

Dee the burlap runner looks great in your awesome sunroom. I enjoyed making it for you. It was a labor of love...lol!

The flower is made of linen and I used the tutorial from Emily of Jones Design blog. Like you she gives out some awesome tutorials. Making the flower was the fun part of the whole runner.

Glad you liked the brown velvet ribbon because I wanted to surprise you with it plus the flower. Enjoy! rj

❀ⒹⒺⒺ❀ said...

RJ,

You sure did surprise me! I adore the runner and it is the prettiest thing in the room.

I'm going to check out Emily's blog. I would love to learn how to make the flowers.
http://jonesdesigncompany.com/flowers/gathered-flower-tutorial/

xo,
Dee

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