Wood Slice Flowers

It’s always exciting when a discovery during one project inspires another. That’s exactly what happened when Marji of Ashbee Design was trimming down branches for her rustic grill screen and noticed the beauty of the thin wood slices.

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Marji glued several slices together to create lovely woodland flowers. It seems fitting that she hung several on the grill screen since that’s where the magic happened. I love the simple, natural beauty of the wood slices and think they would also make a pretty vase filler. AshbeeDesignWoodFlower6

Find Marji’s flower tutorial at Ashbee Design.

Comments

  1. Marji Roy says:

    Thanks for the mention. A couple of updates – I did another later post about this same idea but creating more complex patterns of wood slice flowers. I liked them even more. Check out Variation • Wood Slice Flowers here. I also switched from hot glue to 5 minute epoxy on the second set – worked much better. Have fun creating.

  2. Jessica says:

    Hi there,

    Where could I buy some thin round wooden slices like the ones posted above, I am looking for some for a project I’m working on and can’t seem to find any anywhere.

    Thanks,

    Jess

  3. Beckie says:

    Jess, Marji cut branches to make her wood slices.

  4. m88 says:

    At this moment I am going to do my breakfast, when having my breakfast comung yet again to read additional
    news.

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