Saturday, November 1, 2014

Country Chic Chair Swag

On a recent trip to a fabric store, I picked up the Better Homes and Gardens "Holiday Crafts" magazine while I waited for the salesperson to check on an item for me.

I ended up buying the magazine after seeing pictures of a beautiful chair swag.

I made this chair swag last week from drop cloth... 

The only other supplies needed, beside the drop cloth, are: a glue gun, glue sticks, piece of sturdy cardboard (I cut mine from a box), a ribbon, and a few faux pearls (optional).

The swag also looks beautiful hanging from a mirror or mantel!

Here's the mag...

Thanks for stopping by! Can you believe it's already November?! 

What a wonderful season we are in - enjoying the beauty 
of fall, mixed with the anticipation of Christmas! 

I hope you are having a great day…


  1. It's lovely! I think it could easily be improvised into a gorgeous wreath too. Thanks for sharing!

    1. It would look pretty turned into a wreath!! Will you try it? :)

  2. Your swag is darling! I can definitely see it hanging over a mirror or from a mantel...or just about anywhere. It would definitely travel to fun places in my house.
    Mary Alice

  3. Hi Julie!!

    I just found your blog and I am seeing so many great projects! This little swag and the one in your previous post are so cute!! I don't sew so these would be fun to make!! Thank you! I will be visiting again!

    Jane xx

  4. Beautiful! Stopping by from Thoughts From Alice :)

  5. I just love your chair is so pretty. Your blog is really great.....I have been following you for quite some time.
    Warmest regards,

  6. Beautiful!! What a lovely idea! So glad I stopped by!

  7. Love it! It turned out beautiful!

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