Today’s blog post is a fun project that is inspired by things found in nature.
There was a severe thunderstorm in my area a little while ago. These storms can cause lots of damage. Thankfully, the only problem was a few tree branches and limbs in my yard. Most people would see the debris as trash, but my crafty mind came up with a way to turn the tree limb into home decor.
This project is so easy to do. I completed it in under an hour with a lot of supplies I already had in storage!
Follow the directions below for inspiration.
- Tree Limb
- Burlap Jute Rope (1 yd.)
- Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
- Faux Flowers
- Wire Cutters
- Pull the faux flowers from the stems or remove the flowers with wire cutters.
- Adhere the flowers on the limb with a hot glue gun.
- Tie the jute rope around both ends of the limb.
- At the top, tie a knot in the rope to make a small loop.
- Finally, hang the floral limb on a wall or door.
So simple and lovely! I’m all about uncomplicated and inexpensive crafts that don’t take a lot of time to complete.
This project is one of my favorites because I had to challenge myself to figure out a new way to use the broken tree limb. And now I am going to challenge you all to look around your yards and find some things outside that you can use for a craft project. Gather pine cones, acorns, tree branches or anything outside you can find and turn into something beautiful!
12 thoughts on “DIY Floral Tree Limb”
Beautiful and simple wall decor, and all it took was a nice little branch and creativity 🙂
this is beautiful!
I really enjoyed the creativity of this project and I hope others are inspired to take your suggestion and go find their own objects to use in their decor. Thanks for sharing with us at Creatively Crafty #ccbg 🙂
So, so pretty! Love its simplicity. Visiting from Creatively Crafty party.
I absolutely love this! I also used a tree branch for a DIY clothes rail, although I had to change it because I put too many clothes on it 😬.
This is so pretty! I can see this in many spaces. Lovely post. 🙂
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