STEP 1: Slice thin pieces of wood from a dried log. We used our chop saw and did it nice and slowly with a piece of black birch, but any will do. When the log got smaller, we stopped for safety reasons. Tie a piece of burlap on a flat wooden wreath form first to hang it and then attach the wood slices in a single layer using an adhesive. Do not use hot glue if you are planning to use it outdoors as it can melt and fall apart. ~ Laura Putnam



STEP 1: Slice thin pieces of wood from a dried log.  We used our chop saw and did it nice and slowly with a piece of black birch, but any will do.  When the log got smaller, we stopped for safety reasons. Tie a piece of burlap on a flat wooden wreath form first to hang it and then attach the wood slices in a single layer using an adhesive.  Do not use hot glue if you are planning to use it outdoors as it can melt and fall apart.  ~ Laura Putnam
STEP 1: Slice thin pieces of wood from a dried log. We used our chop saw and did it nice and slowly with a piece of black birch, but any will do. When the log got smaller, we stopped for safety reasons. Tie a piece of burlap on a flat wooden wreath form first to hang it and then attach the wood slices in a single layer using an adhesive. Do not use hot glue if you are planning to use it outdoors as it can melt and fall apart. ~ Laura Putnam is creative inspiration for us.
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