100 thoughts on “DIY Cowhide inspired Rug | Home Decor | ANN LE

  1. Your videos are always great to watch. Not only is this video very helpful, it also sends a beautiful message. I loved the message of being cruelty free, your doing an amazing job! 🙂 Thank You <3

  2. Thank you Anne for not giving up on this DIY for us and trying different methods. I admire you for that. The rug looks great in your room, it fits very well, a zebra pattern would look great as well.In fact animal patterns are really beautiful and it's so nice you found a way of bringing this into your home in a cruelty free way. Lots of love to you<3

  3. Ann Le i love this rug design. Forget those previous comments on your the shape of the rug. Love it. It inspired me to do one. Thanks

  4. Omg genius! I love this trend but don't eat meat as well. I'm definitely going to do this in my Hawaii office!

  5. OMG!!!! I CANT BELIEVE THERE IS NO LINK TO THE CF COWHIDE MATERIAL!!!! 😩😩😩. That was the first thing I was looking for cuz I've been wanting one of these as well!!! I hope you put it up soon. I've been a subscriber for a long time. Love all your DIYs. I guess I'll have to wait. 😥. It will be worth it though. Ty so much for this one and thank you for not giving up! Lol. xo

  6. i was like how do you mean "vegan decor"? and then you was like crualty free (maby name your video that cause its kinda confusing) (even tough i'm confusing myself) ima go… bye 😂

  7. So… Making a rug that looks like a dead cow but isnt a real dead cow? Really:/ if you love animals enough not to eat any of their produce, why make a decor item that looks like a slaughtered animal..

  8. Thank you for creating a good approximation of the real deal, proving that the alternative is stylish and attractive enough to render the dead animal version unnecessary. People seem to be confused about this part.

  9. I grew up around a diary farm all cows are killed eventually and those rugs they make are just recycling left overs from the cow. So they are not killed in purpose.

  10. I clicked the link but it doesn't work. It could be just me.
    I would love to make this and have it layered on top of another rug. I want to check if they offer a brown or white with large brown splotches. Such a great way to bring the beauty of the animal in to the home without having to destroy the animal. Im super in to the faux trend at the moment, antlers, bust and of course skins/rugs. Thanks! Also, i don't know if you mentioned it, but what is the price break down for this diy?

  11. I love seeing these vegan home decor alternatives!! Thank you for sharing! I look forward to seeing more of these!!

  12. WOW this really came out so gorgeous I absolutely love it is so easy to make thank you and for sharing such a unique statement piece

  13. THE LINK DOES NOT EXIST!! I tried it 3 times but it said page does not exist. Will you please try it again? I'm going to do this DIY like yesterday! Lol! Sorry to bother you but I've wanted one of these for some time and am excited to get started on it! xo

  14. Yes! I love that this video exists. There was a cowhide rug I wanted to buy years ago that is now sold out, and I could never afford to buy it. Plus, it's cowhide, and my home decor tastes are becoming more animal friendly these days. If I can find a faux red cowhide fabric that matches the rug I wanted, I'm definitely doing this DIY. I'll need some black fabric paint of some sort though so I can paint the zebra stripes on.

    P.S. Anyone who wants that faux cowhide Anne used needs to act fast, there are only a few left!

  15. LUV LUV LUV THIS FABULOUS DIY PROJECT!!! CAN'T WAIT TO DO THIS MYSELF IN MY HOME!!!!!!! THANKS GIRL!!!!!!!

  16. UPDATE TO ANNE LE: I finally got into the link! Yay!! But I have a question. There were only 2 units left. It didn't specify in yards. Each unit was $20.95. Only 2 left so I bought both. I was thinking, should I have purchased only one? Because if you think about it, 2 units of that faux cowhide fabric would have to be sewn together. Should I have only purchased one? Lol! I'm gonna get this right I promise! Lol! Ty again for correcting the link for us. You're on top of your game gal!! Luv ya!! 💕😄

  17. What brand of double sided stick tape did you use? Sorry to keep asking questions but the faux leather has been shipped and I'm gathering the other items needed. Ty so much! Again! Lol

  18. So if it is vegan, why the shape, colors are pretending to be a cow? You can make a vegan, fake deer head hanging on the wall then.

  19. I HAVE FINALLY GATHERED THE FAUX FABRIC AND THE NON-STICK RUBBER NON SLIP BACKING. MY ONLY PROBLEM NOW, IS FINDING THE CORRECT WIDTH AND DEPTH OF THE DOUBLE SIDED STICK TAPE. WOULD YOU PLEASE TELL ME THE BRAND AND WIDTH AND DEPTH YOU USED AND I WILL FINALLY BE ABLE TO FINISH THIS PROJECT I STARTED THE FIRST TIME I SAW YOUR TUTORIAL!!! Ty try ty so so much!!! I CANT WAIT!!! Lol

  20. The cow print rug looks great! When you buy fabric do you buy specifically vegan labelled only fabric? If not do you know how you check if the dye used in fabric/the fabric in general you buy is vegan etc??

  21. OMG AM OFFICIALLY ILWYCHANEL I mean I been looking to have one of this but didn't want to spend much since I change too much. Thank you soooo muchccc!!

  22. When you order it just say one. Do 3 yards equal to one. Just trying to figure out because this is really pretty… Thanks

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