Canvas drop cloths are super cheap, super sturdy and easy to find. You can get them at home improvement stores as well as big box stores that have paint departments. They come in a bunch of different sizes too. I like to wash and bleach mine before I use them. You can find instructions on how to do that in this post : 15+ Things you can Make with Canvas Drop Cloths. I’ve put together a selection of new (or at least new to me) projects from some awesome bloggers to inspire you!
Check out these projects created by my blogging friends!
Loving how this looks! Refresh Living shares how she covered her dated sofa with drop cloths!
Who would have thought you could do this with a canvas drop cloth! Gail made this super comfy hammock out of drop cloths! Check it out!
I admit to having a slight purse addiction–like I really need an intervention or at least a support group! Check out this adorable purse made with a canvas drop cloth made by Kati!
I know it say its a FALL wreath but honestly, you can definitely use this gorgeousness all year long. Kelly walks you through this super simple project!
Who doesn’t need more storage! Hate to sew? Anika shows you how to make your own customized canvas storage bins using boxes and canvas drop cloth!
How cute and practical are these drop cloth napkins stenciled with numbers. Daune shows you how to make them, just click on the link under the image!
Grainsack is expensive and not easy to find, especially larger pieces. Sara shows you how to make your own for a fraction of the cost using a drop cloth!
Yes, these gorgeous curtains were made with canvas drop cloths and a stencil. Sondra Lyn walks you through the process and I’m 99% sure these gorgeous window coverings are no-sew too!
This is such a great idea. We raised our bed and finding a bed skirt that actually reached the floor is nearly impossible! The sisters from Tidbits (Cami & Marci) show you how to make this out of canvas drop cloths!
This is a great project to change things up a little in your room by covering your existing pillows. Sara shows you how to DIY this adorable pillow cover made with canvas drop cloth
What a great idea from Jeanette at Country Design Style–I’m definitely going to try this!
A super simple and inexpensive way to protect your furniture using drop cloths. They look good too! Jennifer shows you how to “keep it clean” without sacrificing style!
Michelle shows you how to make a simple, elegant drop cloth bedspread and pillow shams. Her basic design allows you to “make it yours” any way you want, trim it, stencil it or leave it plain!
Linda shows you how to make these adorable toy storage hanging bags, perfect for all those toy with small pieces or just to keep things together. Learn how to make these on her site!
I hope you enjoyed these ideas and that they inspired you to go and and get some drop cloths of you own and start creating. You can check out more Canvas Drop Cloth projects HERE.