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June 04, 2009


Gorgeous. I think this is one of my favourites.

Cute! I've been thinking about using burlap as a table runner and mason jars as vases.

Very cute! I get so excited whenever you post another table design!

this is soooo gorgeous, i love the combination of green and white, it looks so clean and fresh!

I love the burlap containers!

Oh so beautiful! And this would appeal to all the senses, too--I'll bet it just smelled amazing!

I've done something similar with mint! So fresh and clean!

Oh, I think this is my favorite so far... I'm definitely loving the burlap + herbs combo. Lovely!

Love the crisp and clean color combo.

Question: How do you finish the ends of the burlap? Do you fold them over and use a stick pin, hot glue gun, or what?

Hey Sara,

I used stick on velcro- very handy! I've also used cotton fabric before and then attached it with double stick tape or little spots of hot glue.

so fresh and pretty!

this is so fresh and summery, i love the burlap--it's perfect in its simplicity!

so amazing! love it!

What an amazing idea! How wonderful everything would smell! Going to that wedding would be like going to a spa!

i love all the green!

that's so fresh and original! what a great decoration idea!

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