recycled wood ornaments

I make home accents using new and reclaimed wood.  Last year as I was cleaning out my garage I came upon lots of little wood pieces that I couldn’t throw out or burn.
So I made these little Christmas decorations with all that scrap wood.
I cut the wood into squares or rectangles and brushed a bit of cream paint on them (not so neatly).
Sanded them a bit on the edges & printed the holiday words with my cricut.
Once the words were placed I brushed mod podge over them.

screw in a little eye hook on top and embellish with twine & a wooden star
I also made some little word blocks.

  A little rustic charm for the holidays.

17 Replies to “recycled wood ornaments”

  1. Those turned out so cute! What an awesome way to reuse/reclaim/recycle!I am here from LaurieAnna's Farm House

  2. The paint color in my foyer is Benjamin Moore – Woodstock Tan. I love it. Another favorite is Northampton Putty and Providence Olive – both Ben Moore. 🙂

  3. Hi, I came over from the Corson Cottage.took you home tour and loved it all. You are very creative. Love what you did with the wooden blocks.

  4. Wonderful little wooden ornaments. They are just darling. I am your newest follower, I just discovered your dreamy blog today. I simply love it. Drop by the cabin if you have a minute, would love to be friends. Have a great day:)

  5. Love these charms for the Christmas tree. I gotta make some myself. Thank you for sharing! Btw, all your pictures are so gorgeous. Will you please share your camera and any photography tips?

  6. So clever! I just love how beautiful these little sayings are! Brilliant use for those leftover wood scraps!I shared this on FJI Facebook and pinned for SNS 112. :)

  7. Holly I love these, I had them pinned since last year. Where can I get the vinyl words that you cut with your cricut? Do you have a shop where you could sell me some? ThanksSusanHomeroad

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