This popped in my head one morning and I had to get to it, before it left my head.
Burlap art work with coffee beans.
Things you need to make
Now let’s see what they can all do together.
Oh, and a word art Stencil of course.
If you have neat penmanship this is not necessary.
For me, it is:)
So first thing I did was sharpie my roosters on the burlap.
I always have craft supplies on hand that I use often.
You never know when creativity strikes, so you have to be Ready for action!~
I had my jar filled with coffee beans and I decided the roosters needed a tad of texture and dimension.
Hot glued them on the burlap and some I even layered over.
but it does not have to be.
You can still tell they are roosters….
so far so good!
The sharpie helps define those.
Framed it in an already existing frame that I painted long ago.
And here I have my own one of a kind burlap coffee bean rooster art work.
I googled this project when I was complete to see if anything like this has been done.
Nothing of the sort came up.
I did however come up with a few other coffee bean crafts…
mmmm…that smell! Can’t you smell that smell?
I love coffee.
You can check out My
All Things coffee beans board too!
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What a fun project, Debbie! Your hand drawn roos are too cute … and framing your new crafty creation was a must! I’m sure it smells good, too! Love it!
Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions
I don’t have a coffee maker anymore, Debbie, but I was so tempted to buy some coffee beans last week while food shopping. Just for the smell. I may still do that and add some candles.
Yvonne @ StoneGable
HOw cute are these projects! We love coffee… I bet those beans smell wonderful!
This is so cute! I love the smell of coffee beans !!
I don’t drink coffee but I do love the smell of the beans and these all look like fun projects.
Pam @ diy Design Fanatic
Too cute Debbie! I don’t drink coffee, but love the smell of the beans and freshly brewed coffee.
Ok this is really too darn cute. It is cute and smells good too!!!! Genius.
Too cute, Debbie! What a darling idea! I love the smell of coffee beans too! Thanks for sharing this !
Cute idea and I can smell them now.
Ricki Jill Treleaven
I have a sugar mold, and I use coffee beans with tea lights in it sometimes. I love this post, Debbie!
That is a super cute artwork Debbie! and I love the idea of using coffee beans around the candles 🙂
You continue to amaze me with your creative ideas. You’ve combined two loves with your coffee bean burlap roosters. It turned out just great.
Thank you how sweet of you:)
Lori @Vintage Charm Restored
Oh Debbie I absolutely LOVE this idea!! I think I’ll trade out the roosters for owls or coffee cups and totally make myself one!!! So cute!! Thanks for the inspiration as always!!
Cute idea, Debbie!! I love how your creative mind works!!~~Ang
Super cute! I am a coffee fanatic and love the smell…this is right up my ally!
Angelina-JoJo and Eloise
OKAY!! This is SO STINKING CUTE!!!! My girls would LOVE to make this.. I am going to show them this and I know they are going to want to do a feature video of it on Sew-CraftyKids.Com They LOVE coffee beans.. 🙂 Like SERIOUSLY LOVE them!!!!
🙂 Oh that would be so cute:) I hope they say my name LOL…I would love to hear it in their cute little voices!~~~XO
How cute is that great idea
Hi Debbie! How cute is that? I bet you could write a “100 Rooster Crafts” and immediately start putting together ideas for Volume II! I also like the centerpiece with the coffee beans and candles and love that pic with the coffee cup! You’re right – I bet it all smells wonderful! Reminds me of the colored popcorn and macaroni crafts we made as kids! There’s always something fun to do at your house
Penny @ The Comforts of Home
Now that is the most adorable piece ever!
Raquel @ Organized Island
Love the burlap and coffee bean craft! I bet it smells nice – I love the coffee aroma!
Claire @ A Little Claireification
ha!! That is such a cute idea!! How fun and more Roos for you!! Pinning!
You never cease to amaze me with your cute & clever projects!
Oh this is so sweet! I love coffee beans used in decor, I use them at Christmas all the time, but never thought about other times of year. I will now, you make it look so cute! And you can’t beat the aroma every time you walk by…
Suzy @ Worthing Court
I think this is so cute, Debiie. I bet it smells good too!
Tammy @ A Walk in the Countryside
I love it! Great job! Thanks for sharing!
Loving the coffee bean art. you can do so much with just coffee beans.
Daniela @frugal ain't cheap
you got me at the coffee smell…yes, I sniff coffee in the morning, right after I grind the beans. This projects looks really cute, and I like the visual texture of both coffee beans and burlap.
New follower here! I LOVE your coffee bean crafts! I LOVE coffee! lol
You are so creative! TFS!
Debbie, I have looked at blogs, pinterest, you name it, and I have finally settled on your site. So many quick and easy crafts for a person recovering from a few illnesses 🙂 I love burlap and I love coffee!! But your other things are great to0. So glad I found your site. Your pictures and explanations make it as easy as a bun coffee maker. 🙂 Thankyou! for sharing your creativity with us. Take care.
Very sweet of you to say…thank you enjoy.
This is why you are you and the rest of us aspire to be you! I use coffee beans in a big bowl with a candle in the middle during non-holiday times when my table is just set very plainly. Sometimes I like the plain, so when Halloween comes and I go all out I love it even more.
Mary - the boondocks blog
What a cute project Debbie. I love how you were able to re-purpose the beans in such a unique way. I don’t have your skill level when it comes to stencils but I sure do admire what you have done with this project.