Have you seen those gorgeous carved wood angel wings that are becoming a coveted decor trend? Well, Deb of Lake Girl Paints figured out how to make one of her own using scraps of wood and fence pickets.
“As Fall approaches, I think about family dinners, getting together, and giving thanks,” says Deb at Lake Girl Paints. To celebrate the season, she decided to repurpose some fence boards into some board art with grateful sentiments.
Over at Rustique Restoration, Jen and Brock found a way to repurpose some salvaged wood fencing (like that pictured below) and get a lovely way to display Jen’s collection of white dishes.
A while back, Christy at Confessions of a Serial DIYer had the opportunity to collect some discarded fencing–for free! “It had been cut into the perfect 4 X 4 stack,” she notes. She’s been able to get a lot of mileage from that pile of boards. Want to see some of her projects?
Deb of Lake Girl Paints is a talented artist. I always love seeing her projects because she adds her artistic touch to things that might otherwise be overlooked. Like these fence boards:
Zu Haus At Home is the name of Moni’s blog. Imagine her surprise and delight when her husband presented her with this lovely serving tray.
Over at Designed Decor, DeDe wanted to make some new Spring/Easter decor items to decorate her mantel. She had some wood scraps leftover from an outdoor fencing project that she decided to use for one project.
At Marty’s Musings, Marty had a kitchen backsplash that had seen better days and no longer suited her kitchen decor. Outside, she had a pile of wood salvaged from a neighbors old fence. Marty and her husband figured out a way to transform both.