Emily from Table & Hearth share a tutorial for this neat wall hanging at Making it in the Mountains. She made it using some basic craft supplies and some of her favorite things collected from nature: driftwood and acorns.
Colleen from Lemon Thistle came up with a really need project using things she found in nature. She’s been collecting small pieces of driftwood, and decided to turn them into a garland.
Looking for an easy project that will bring a little bit of the beach into your home? April from House By Hoff has one that made use of things she already had around the house, so it didn’t cost her a penny! Only three things were required: a collection of shells, an old board, and a hot glue gun.
Creative in Chicago has a “secret beach” where she and her husband go to collect bundles of driftwood. Isn’t driftwood lovely? I really like the muted shades and smooth feel of it.
Over at The Space Between, Karah doesn’t find her rescues on the roadside…she finds them on the oceanside! Karah recently moved from an island in the Caribbean to Key West, Florida, so she has plenty of opportunities to go beach combing. One of her favorite things to collect is driftwood.
At The Space Between, Karah shares the perfect Christmas craft for anyone who loves to collect pretty things from along the seashore, like sea glass and driftwood.