Monday, December 3, 2012

christmas crafting | twigs and bark . . .





twigs + bark
buttons + beads

bring it all together 
with a hot glue gun

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{for now they are stuck to the wall, bringing a bit of christmas cheer to our home ~ 
once we get a tree, we'll hang them with some brown string tied on top.} 

18 comments:

  1. These are lovely. There are some fantastic Christmas tree ideas using driftwood floating about too. Thanks for sharing x

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  2. I am suddenly feeling like I need to own a hot glue gun! Love them.

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  3. They look beautiful. Simple and beautiful.

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  4. Such a lovely idea, I'm going crazy with homemade Christmas ideas at the moment! x

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  5. Beautiful. Like something from a magazine. :)

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  6. oh so beautiful and inspiring

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  8. I have always wanted a hot glue gun. These ornaments/decorations are so beautiful and festive. Our Christmas tree is a vine tree from the Philippines and your decorations would look lovely on them! Maybe I should get creative!

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  9. That's it, I'm stick collecting tomorrow!!!! x

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  10. Those decorations are lovely - what beautiful additions they'll make to your tree x

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  11. My Maksi and I collected a whole bunch of sticks last week to make stars. I was planning on putting them together with twine hmm but maybe a hot glue gun is better

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  12. So clever! And so pretty. Love your photos. The next Christmas tree post is dreamy too. Lovely to have found your blog. :)

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  13. dude, you are too amazing! I WISH i was as refined as you! Love this simple yet beautiful idea :)

    xo em

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i'm rachel. i'm a thirtysomething mother and wife. i'm a maker of things. i'm an op shop trawler. i'm a gardener of sorts. i'm a champion tea drinker and scone baker. loving life on the south coast of western australia.