Coffee Sack Art

DIY Kitchen Art for the Coffee Lover ~ Coffee Sack Art

Here is a sneak peek at what I am creating over at Inspired Home Style.  Its one of the simplest projects we have made, and the best part it was completely free.  Seriously, how cool is that!

Hop on over to Inspired Home Style to see how we made our simple kitchen art!

Coffee Sack Art ~ DIY wall decor for your kitchen

Ready for a little secret…that won’t be a secret for long…I’m starting a new blog!

I have been dreaming about this for a while and I am finally taking the plunge!  Seriously I can’t even believe it!

You maybe wondering…what will be happening to Housing A Forest?

It will stay the same.  It is my favorite place to share all things kid related.  However, Inspired Home Style (my new blog), is where I will be sharing how we are slowly making our House our Home.  I would love for you to hop on over and check it out.  Inspired Home Style is band new, so a few friendly faces on our new Facebook page would really make my day!

Welcome to Housing A Forest!
I would love for you to grab a cup of coffee and stay a while. You can read more about us or catch up on our favorite experiments, projects + art activities.

61 thoughts on “Coffee Sack Art

  1. These look really cute. I didn’t realize coffee shops give them away.
    I have one large coffee bag from Brazil that I just tacked to the wall. I love it, too. :)

  2. These are fantastic~ I love how you have framed the old sacks and really made them into fantastic works of art! :) Would love if you would come share these at Feathered Nest Friday sometime!

    • We found these at a local coffee shop where they roast their own coffee. It might be worth asking your local coffee shop if they receive their coffee in burlap sacks. The smaller coffee companies are probably more helpful than the larger chains. I hope this helps.

  3. Wow! They look like wonderful pieces of art! A great idea to use the old windows as frames.

    I have a weekly linky party called Terrific Under Ten Tuesdays. It’s for projects made for $10 or less. I would love for you to link up sometime!

  4. I LOVE these! I love burlap anyway, BUT….. my maiden name is Dunn. Is there ANY way I can coax you into getting some of these & shipping them to me to make presents for my family (Dad & Uncles)? I’ll be more than happy to pay shipping & whatever else you might need (within reason of course, LOL).

    PS- found you through Not Just A Housewife’s linky party.

  5. First of all – LOVE this idea and may just have to stop in to Dunn Bros. next time I am back in Minneapolis. I grew up in MN and we try to get back a couple times a year. My husband loved this project too! The colors on the bags are so vibrant. Love that! Great job!!!

  6. Those are so cute and original! I just saw an idea this weekend at Antique Alley in Texas where they used coffee bags to cover dresser drawers. There is a picture on my site you should check out. A coffee bag dresser would look great under your framed bags.

  7. These look fabulous and how awesome that you were able to get the coffee bags, the slipsheets, and the window frames given to you! Lucky! Thanks for linking up!!!

  8. I ADORE burlap art. This is too fantastic for words. I am really excited that you put this up for all to love. Thank you so much for posting at the beagle.

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  10. I just found 3 large coffee burlap sacks at a yard sale and have been searching online for ideas on what to do with them. I stumbled onto your website and I love your idea. I am going to do this with mine. Thanks so much for the tips.

  11. You really make it seem so easy along with your presentation but I find this matter to be really something which I think I might by no means understand. It seems too complicated and very large for me. I’m having a look forward in your subsequent submit, I will try to get the hang of it!

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