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12 Awesome Rope Crafts

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I think it’s probably the preppy, water-loving side of me that constantly gravitates toward chic, nautical details. No, you’re not going to find my house decked out in lighthouses and seagulls, but I definitely appreciate a nod toward all things seaside. Lately I’ve been seeing and pinning a ton of rope-inspired DIY projects and crafts. Vases, pendant lights, mirrors, you name it! There are so many fresh craft ideas out there these days. Loving a little nautical flavor yourself? Here are 12 awesome rope crafts!

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  • Rope Canisters 1 of 12
    Rope Canisters
    These rope canisters make perfect vases, but I also love the idea of using them as storage for things like pencils and craft supplies. All you need to get started is an old soup can, rope and hot glue.
    Get the how-to at Bayside Bride.
  • DIY Rope Belt 2 of 12
    DIY Rope Belt
    I absolutely love how sweet and chic this rope belt is! Make your own with rope and simple sew-on snaps!
    Get the how-to at Sincerely Kinsey.
  • Dip-Dyed Rope Table Legs 3 of 12
    Dip-Dyed Rope Table Legs
    How amazing are these dip-dyed rope table legs? It's as easy as common paint, jute twine, galvanized pipe and flanges! (No really, it's pretty easy!)
    Get the how-to at The Brick House.
  • Rope Towel Bar 4 of 12
    Rope Towel Bar
    Add a dash of beachy, seaside flair to your bathroom with an awesome rope towel bar. Thick natural rope and eye bolts are all it takes to get the party started!
    Get the how-to at On My Honor.
  • Sailor’s Knot Doorstop 5 of 12
    Sailor's Knot Doorstop
    I have loved these sailor's knot doorstops for eons, but the price tag? Not so much. Make your own with rope, a tennis ball and pebbles.
    Get the how-to at Design*Sponge.
  • Rope Shelving 6 of 12
    Rope Shelving
    So pretty and practical, I am digging these rope shelves! You can use standard, pre-finished shelving to get started.
    Get the how-to at ReCreate.
  • Rope Bowl 7 of 12
    Rope Bowl
    This sisal rope bowl is a pretty addition to the kitchen or dining table. All you need is an old bowl with handles, sisal rope and a hot glue gun.
    Get the how-to at Centsational Girl.
  • Rope Divider Wall 8 of 12
    Rope Divider Wall
    How cool are these funky rope room dividers? They're perfect for a space where privacy isn't needed, but a little definition of space is a must.
    Get the how-to at The Brick House.
  • Rope Wall Art 9 of 12
    Rope Wall Art
    I remember cool, vintage rope hangings like this in my grandmother's house. Now you can make your own with rope, a glue gun, cardboard, and scissors. So cool!
    Get the how-to at Design*Sponge.
  • Rope Vases 10 of 12
    Rope Vases
    Get your rope (and your neon) on with these chic twine-covered vases! Old bottles, twine, neon paint, and glue are all it takes.
    Get the how-to at Green Wedding Shoes.
  • Rope Pendant Light 11 of 12
    Rope Pendant Light
    Would you believe that this pendant light started as an old wire planter? Yup. With a pre-made light kit and a bit of sisal it was totally transformed!
    Get the how-to from Design*Sponge.
  • Rope Mirror 12 of 12
    Rope Mirror
    L.O.V.E. That's the only way to explain how I feel about this mirror. You'll need a basic, unframed mirror, thick natural fiber robe, cement glue and painter's tape. That's it!
    Get the how-to at Martha Stewart Living.

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