|From Bella Home Fashions|
|From Royal Bebe Shoppe|
Other ideas using burlap include stamped or stencilled art - think fleur de lis, crowns, damask, monograms, or whatever works for your decor scheme. You can buy stencils or create your own. To frame the art, I would get a piece of project board from Home Depot cut to fit your frame, stamp or stencil your burlap, stretch tightly around the board and staple to the back. Easy, peasy.
|From Homemakin & Decoratin Blog|
If you're into the whole monogram thing, you can spruce up an inexpensive frame using wallpaper scraps, scrapbook paper (depending on the size of your frame), or even fabric as your background and add a bold monogram (wooden, vinyl, or whatever other type of material you can find that suits your purpose).
If you want to make a simple, bold statement, skip the patterned background and just use a monogram on a solid backing and mat it for a contrast, if you'd like. If you're not into monograms, you can frame a selection of coordinating fabrics or wallpaper to suit your scheme.
|Butterfly Wall Art, Cozy.Cottage.Cute|
Another fun idea is a collage - fabric or paper - providing a whimsical piece of art. I love this butterfly one (above) seen on Cozy.Cottage.Cute. This can be done as butterflies, hearts, flowers, whatever tickles your fancy, using scrapbook paper, glue dots and a paper punch. I also love this fabric collage (below) that I saw on Pinterest one day - no tutorial but it's a great idea.
|Fabric Collage - Pinterest|
|Map Love from Minimoz|
(I apologize for the poor formatting - for some reason, I just can't seem to get my margins, spaces & photos to align the way I want!)