Burlap Wine Bag With Fabric Flowers

If you stopped by yesterday then you know all about my obsession with fabric flowers! If you missed it, you can read all about it here. Today I wanted to share with you a delightful way to dress up a wine bottle. I know wine is always my go-to hostess gift, but guess what? So is everyone else's! So here’s an easy way to make your gift of vino more memorable.

Supplies Needed:
Piece of burlap material
{34 inches by 34 inches for most average wine bottle sizes}
Hot glue gun
Rubber band
2 pieces of solid or patterned scrap material
Coordinating ribbon
Bottle of wine

1. Lay your burlap material flat on your work surface.
Take your bottle of wine and place it in the center of the material.
2. In order to measure how much burlap you will need start grabbing the corners of the material and gathering it at the neck of your bottle as if you were making a bag. Once you get an approximate idea of how much you will need trim off any excess material. {Mine came out to about 34 x 34 inches and I expect it to be the same for most average size wine bottles}. You want the top of the burlap to just barely come above the top of the cork part of the bottle.

wine bottle gathering

3. After you have trimmed off the excess material gather it all back up around the bottle. In order to hold the burlap in place you will want to tie a rubber band around the base of the bottle’s neck.
4. Take your ribbon and tie a bow around the rubber band.


5. Once you have the bow tied you’ll want to flip the top of the
burlap down to expose a little of the bottle’s cork.

fabric stips

6. Now it’s time to make those pretty flowers! Cut 4 strips of fabric, 2 of each color. You are going to want to cut these strips at various lengths so that you’ll have a variety of sizes of flowers to work with. All 4 of my fabric strips were approximately 1 ½ inches wide and ranged anywhere from 40 to 90 inches long. These don’t have to be perfectly cut!
7. Tie a knot at one end of each fabric strip.
8. Take your strips and start wrapping the fabric around the knot, twisting here and there as you roll. Keep wrapping until you get to the size that you want your flower and then glue the ends down. If you’re a visual learner like myself you may want to check out this great video from Mandy of Sugar Bee Crafts. She shows how easy it is to make theses rolled fabric flowers!


9. Once your flowers are done you can start adhering them to the burlap
bag with some more glue. Aren’t they purrrty?


I love the combination of burlap and these rolled flowers!  If you have extra material you can use it to make up a few of these wine bags and then you’ll be one of those annoying awesome people who are so organized and have their stash of go-to hostess gifts on hand!

I'd love to know what projects have you added fabric flowers to lately?

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Sweet Floweret said...

I love this idea and i'm totally into burlap right now!
I am starting my own linky party this ToDaY!
It's the first one. I would love it if you would participate! It's called $10 Tuesdays and it's for things that cost less than $10 and take 20-30 mins (ish) to complete. I love inexpensive and quick projects and I'm guessing others will too ;) Thanks so much for considering.
Tina Watschke

Jennifer @ Delightfully Noted said...

Tina, thanks for stopping by! I'm loving burlap alot too these days. Thanks for sharing your linky party. I just dropped by and added my bag!

Lindsay @ Delighted Momma said...

Looks lovely!! Great idea!
I saw your link on Tip Junkie and am your newest follower! Would love if you came and checked out my blog as well...we do have similar names so you must be pretty awesome ;)

Delighted Momma

Jill said...

Great wine bag! I made one myself this week too - from a pair of my kids old trousers! Love the flowers on yours!

I would love if you came over and linked this project to my weekly Round Tuit party at:
Have a great week!
Jill @ Creating my way to Success

Jill said...

Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
Hope you have a great week!
Jill @ Creating my way to Success

Mimi @ messymimi said...

This is so adorable. I love working with burlap and and fabric flowers and this is soooo inspiring! Thanks for sharing - I found this at Blue Cricket and so glad I did. Great job! New follower here :)

Sweet Floweret said...

Thank you for linking up to my 20 minute tuesday party ;)
i'm GIVING FIFTY button pony tailers to the first 50 who follow my blog AND like me on FB. I need an email with your address too if you have done both.
Hope you play along and get a free pony tailer!

Fabric Bows and More said...

Very Cute! Please come and share it at my link party: http://fabricbowsandmore.blogspot.com

Jennifer @ Delightfully Noted said...

Thank Mimi for the sweet compliment. Glad to have you as a new follower!

Unknown said...

Such a pretty way to wrap up a bottle of wine! My mom would adore this.

Jen Avila said...

Very cute! I am currently addicted to burlap and rag roses so this caught my eye. Thanks for sharing!

Jami said...

Thanks so much for linking to the Tuesday To Do Party! Your burlap wine bag is "delightful!" It was featured as a LIST MAKER today. Feel free to stop by and grab a List Maker button!
Can't wait to see what you share this week!

Christine - Tutorial Addict :) said...

OH that is SUPER cute! I love how the rosettes look on there!

Jennifer @ Delightfully Noted said...

Thanks Christine!

Ash said...

I love fabric flowers! What a fun and simple way to dress up a bottle for a present!! XOXO

SJ @ Homemaker On A Dime said...

Jennifer, this is genious! Burlap plus wine bottle = awesome. Thank you so much for linking up this great post and the corkboard flower pot at the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop :)

♥ Miss Tea said...

what a great idea!! so inspiring too, thanks for sharing the tutorial, now i need to find some burlap and other materials to make this! :)

btw i'm your new follower from homemakeronadime blog hop party!


Jaime Lyn at Crafty Scrappy Happy said...

I truly truly ADORE this... I don't know how I never saw it before over here but I am so glad I finally did! I am for sure going to be doing a lot of this for Christmas! What a simple and sweet and fairly inexpensive way to wrap a wine bottle!!!! You are just great! :o)

Natasha in Oz said...

This is such a great idea and you could change the colours of those sweet little roses to suit the seasons. I love this. Thanks so much for sharing your lovely idea!

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