DIY Jute Ribbon Coat Rack


Oh yes you can!

Remember that old cypress I told y'all about? Well here it is and I'm fixing to make it sing! Now if you don't happen to have old cypress just hanging out at your house that's OK too. Just get yourself a plank of wood...any kind will do. You can stain it to age it a bit if you would like. You can even give it a good white washing. That's what I plan on doing with my next one.

I found this great Jute ribbon at Walmart but any kind of heavy duty ribbon should work.

I cut my edges and gave them a bit of a fluff'in....you know...aged look.

I used wood glue here and it worked great!

I use these hooks for the backs of all of my projects and they work very well. You can get them at any hardware store...and again WalMart has them too.

This is what they look like.

I then laid out my hooks where they should go. You can find hooks just about anywhere. Our Wal Mart even has a few. I bought these at my favorite store in Baton Rouge... love em"

Inspired? The joy of making something with your own hands is Awesome! Try It!


{To help fund my DIY Projects and keep them coming,I have this coat rack for sale in my Etsy. If I held tight to every project we make here I would have to send a few children packing to their Grandparents home. So I guess I will keep the kids and sell the projects...smile! If it sells and you would like one just let me know.

73 comments:

  1. Oh you butthead, you're the one who stole the rest of my creativeness!

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  2. Oooooh I love this... SO CUTE! Can't wait to copy!!
    ~Whitney

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  3. Susie!!!! It's so cute. :) Does this stuff pop into your head or do you have a magical little elf who whispers ideas? If so, can you please send him my way b/c I could use his help. ;)

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  4. you never disappoint us. great idea, even better execution of the idea. you are so creative!

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  5. I have been waiting anxiously and stalking your blog for days...I must say I am thrilled with your DIY project!!! Love those hooks you've been using!!! TFS!!!! It is amazing!!!

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  6. Great project. I love that hat, btw.
    Enjoy your Monday.

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  7. Really cute! I just love upholstery webbing. It looks great on your coat rack! Sadly, my Walmart did away with its craft section during a remodel, so I can't pick the webbing up for so cheap anymore...sigh.

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  8. Thanks for the project idea. I like the combination of the wood and the texture of the jute ribbon. I've got the jute ribbon and some old hooks, now I just need to hunt down a piece of wood...I feel a project coming on!

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  9. I love that! The hooks are so pretty! Great job! ~Ashley~ shanty2chic

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  10. Kept poppin' in all weekend to see if you posted the project. You were such a tease. (smiles)
    Love the project. So simple, yet it's unique and has lotsa style.

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  11. You did an amazing job!!!!
    I wondered what you were going to do with that jute ribbon and now I see.

    Very Well Done!!!

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  12. That is adorable. You are so creative. :)

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  13. Love it! I have those same hooks and never knew quite what to do with them. Now I do! :)

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  14. Another awesome idea! So much fun to read your blog.

    Thank you for sharing your ideas1
    Sherrie

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  15. That came out really cute! I really like it!

    ~ Pam

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  16. That is great! I will have to use this idea for the kids playroom that I am planning on. Whitewashing will work great in there! Thanks for the awesome tutorial and idea!

    Gonna email you in a bit! *smiles*

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  17. Did you REALLY Just say "if it sells"????????????????You crazy girl, that is adorable! Of course you are going to be making 400 more of those you know......
    And I'm with Amanda...do these ideas just come to you in your sleep? Cause if they do, I'm gonna come crawl in your bed and absorb some of your creativity!!! LOL.....

    Suzanne

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  18. I love it, Susie!

    We were going to the doctor today and I was going to see if I could find the ribbon, while we were near the "big city". But I have a little tummy virus that wants to hang around. We are changing our appointment, so I can recuperate. Sounds odd, recuperating before I can go to the doctor!LOL I will look for the ribbon when I'm back in shopping form. I might just steal this idea. Very cute!!

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  19. I love that! I have tons of scrap wood around here and I can think of several variations of that cute project already. Thanks so much Susie!

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  20. oH, Susie...this is just adorable..I might can even do this one...but...I doubt it.
    You got my share of talent, too!!:(
    xo bj

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  21. Well, bless my soul! Who woulda thunk?? love it, chickadee! hope you're feeling better!
    Hugs!
    Susan

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  22. I absolutely love the hooks and what you did with them is very creative.
    Have a wonderful day and stop by for a visit sometime

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  23. This was well worth the anticipation- great job! I'll definitely be looking for a slab of wood, some cool vintage hooks AND driving outside the loop to Wal Mart.
    Thanks as always for the inspiration.

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  24. Love the idea and it turned out great!!
    I used this on my laundry tub sink skirt. I have some left. I think I may just make a coat rack! Thanks.
    Rhonda

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  25. She's a beaut! What are the chances that they'll make some of the ribbon with navy? Crossing my fingers!

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  26. Such a unique idea! Love the textures and colors and the juxtaposition of ornate hooks applied to such humble materials.

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  27. EEEK! SO so cute! This is the second awesome jute ribbon project I've seen in a week. Gotta get my hands on some of that stuff! Love those hooks, too. :)

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  28. Fabulous! How creative, I just love those hooks. I used some similar burlap ribbon on a frame I'm about to list on Etsy. It's so fun to dress up a natural element.

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  29. It looks great...and those hooks are so beautiful!

    Chelsea

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  30. oh Susie, i love this!!! i want some of that jute ribbon. I already love those pretty hooks as they are in my house already!! thank you again.

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  31. Susie,
    Please come back later today to see the real post about Caro's college apt. I didn't mean to publish it - still working on it.
    But thanks! Rhonda

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  32. I could hardly wait to see your creation! This is just too cute!!
    I am secretly coveting your ruler rack though ... well I guess it is not a secret when I am posting on your blog about it ... huh?!
    Happy Monday!!
    Sincerely ~ Tricia Anne

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  33. Wow! Very nice. It really dresses up the fabulous hooks. Thanks.

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  34. that is great Susie, I love your hat rack and the hooks are lovely.

    enjoy your week
    hugs
    Carolyn

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  35. Cute, cute, Susie! I think I've seen some of that ribbon at Hobby Lobby too. That looks great as a coat rack.

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  36. The jute ribbon gives the whole thing such a great touch. Bravo!

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  37. Good evening Miz Susie,
    OH My Goodness! Aren't you a crafty clever little minx?!?! I love it, it's beauty lies in it's simplicity, I love the rustic feel too. Great job!

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  38. Oooooooooooo. Aaaaaahhhhhhhh :)

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  39. I agree with Kat. : ) That is too, too cute. I know it will sell!

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  40. That turned out so CUTE!! Love it!!

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  41. Really cute!

    We have a whole pile of Cypress out back. We lost a Cypress tree last year and cut it up. Of course, it's all logs...

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  42. This is fantastic!! Need to find a piece of wood and some cute hooks. . .

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  43. Well, hello there! So glad I stopped by for a visit, you have some great things going on here! I am loving that coat rack, very clever. Also loving the vintage signs with the round lettering. COOL.

    Stop by sometime soon,
    ~Misti

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  44. I wondered what you were going to do with that jute ribbon...well it turned out awesome! love it!!

    :) T

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  45. "If I held tight to every project we make here I would have to send a few children packing to their Grandparents home." You and Ree Drummond make me smile every time! Love this idea and look forward to shopping in your Etsy shop as soon as we get Miss Elle here and she doesn't need her 'Nan' buying so many things for her :)

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  46. Love it! I love jute and what it adds to a project.

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  47. Love this! I also love jute webbing...I just re-did my sons lampshade with some of that stuff and it looks great.

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  48. This is so cool! I love it, Susie. Your blog has had a makeover since I visited last, too. Looks great!

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  49. Love it! I want one......;p

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  50. Where'd you find the cool hooks?

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  51. I saw your ad on Pleasant Home and was curious--glad I was--your blog is way cool and your shop is amazing! I'll be back!

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  52. I love how it turned out. Great idea!

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  53. I love this! I just finished mine from all things I had laying around my house - thanks for the wonderful idea, I'll be linking over here with my finished project on Tues!

    Have a great weekend,
    Monica

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  54. Wow, that's beautiful! You're SO creative! I'll be linking.

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  55. This is such a great idea. I saw you over at oneprettything...love it!

    anne

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  56. Love the coat rack!!!! Totally cute & classy at the same time! I love the webbing & love the texture of the rustic wood w/ it. Your blog is awesome!

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  68. I really like it. It is a great idea!

    Would look really good in my laundry room!

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  70. Lovely! What a wonderful and simple idea!

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  71. Great project. I love that hat:)

    over the door towel rack

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