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    Lovin the wood wreath

    How to Cut Wooden Disc/Wood Slices - The past two Winters I have been really into crafts and decorating with these wooden discs. Problem is I have been spending…

    STEP 1: Slice thin pieces of wood from a dried log. We used our chop saw and did it nice and slowly with a piece of black birch, but any will do. When the log got smaller, we stopped for safety reasons. Tie a piece of burlap on a flat wooden wreath form first to hang it and then attach the wood slices in a single layer using an adhesive. Do not use hot glue if you are planning to use it outdoors as it can melt and fall apart. ~ Laura Putnam

    Wood burned WELCOME tree slice wreath by WoodburnWithStyle on Etsy, $35.00

    I love this idea. Every year we saw down our tree trunk, and I never know what to do with the left over wood!" data-componentType="MODAL_PIN

    A DIY wooden log slice wreath! In order to prepare this natural rustic wreath you would need to get oval or round wood slices from us and plenty of glue. You can get the slices engraved or use paint or a sharpie marker. Get more craft inspiration at

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    A simple and easy tutorial for creating a neutral and natural wreath from wood and burlap.

    DIY Front Yard Christmas Decorating Projects • A round-up of great Ideas and Tutorials! Including, from 'grandparents plus', this clever rustic log slice snowman idea.

    DIY wreath made from birch wood discs. Super chic, super cheap and super easy!!! retropolitan: Birch Branch tutorial.

    Add red ribbon?

    love these wood block christmas trees.

    OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!! Transfer any image to anything (fabric and wood) using this process. Can you imagine the possibilities? I MUST REMEMBER THIS!

    Burlap Wreath

    classic christmas wreath

    DIY idea :: Christmas wreath

    Wood with fabric crosses.

    Snowball wreath: coat styrofoam balls with modge podge and roll in epsom salts. let them dry, stick a toothpick in the back and stick them into a foam wreath form.