DIY Camoflauge dresser... Super simple find a few branches from trees pick out camoflauge colored spray paint (walmart) then go to town hold the branches against the dresser and spray around the leaves and branches. Now I just have to find some knobs for the dresser (deer antlers? from any hunting site or store) and maybe even add some deer or duck decals to the drawers (stines or online) :)
These started out as cheap white plastic body parts. I used black plastic garbage bags and a heat gun to create the wrinkled skin. Then, either dark woodstain or flat camo spray paint to cover the shine. Several colors of spray paint and then finishing touches of craft paint for the colors. Then a covering of matte sealant to finish it off. I'm not sure if they should have been lighter in color to show up better in the dark.
My new camouflage double bow stand that I built with the help of my wonderful girlfriend. We made it using PVC pipe, PVC fittings, para cord, camo spray paint, and play sand to keep it steady. I have been researching ideas and I found many things to include like the flared tops on the quivers and the cup holders. The para cord wrap works great to keep your bow from touching anything hard. It can also be broken down and carried anywhere bc we left the top, bottom, and quivers unglued.