Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Button Embellished Tree Hooks...using Old Sign Stencils by Funky Junk Interiors


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I am still playing with my Old Sign Stencils by Funky Junk Interiors...

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This time I used the Tree Farm Stencil
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But just that cute little tree.
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I used it to paint on these old molding pieces.
After the paint dried, I distressed the tree and used Amazing Goop glue to attach some button ornaments.
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The added hooks look a bit like a trunk to me.
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These tree shapes were thrift store finds.  I painted them in the same creamy white to coordinate.
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And now we have our own little forest of tree hooks.  Great for stockings, special ornaments...whatever we decide.
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To be continued on this little wood slice wreath.  Once again I couldn't leave "well enough" alone...
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Did you see the FAUX CHALKBOARD CANVASES I posted the other day?
These designs and TONS more are available through her website...
Go peek around!

Chat soon,

8 comments:

  1. Super cute Laurel. Another amazing creative idea.
    Kris

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  2. I really REALLY love your tree hooks! I had tall wooden trees like that and never thought to do this. WHY did I give them away?! :)

    Really clever take on the stencilled tree idea, Laurel! So pretty!

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  3. Love this, the hooks are adorable. Love the trees too. In thinking of buying a stencil from her. Remember my home is French Country with Farmhouse. I have to make sure it's the right one

    Cindy

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  4. I love the collection of hooks. I especially like the tall cut out trees!

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  5. What a beautiful and practical Christmas and winter decoration, Laurel. Both types of hooks turned out fabulous!

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