It seems to me that the majority of my rustic crafts involve some sort of twine, string, wire, or garland. It can get kind of crazy trying to keep all of these rolls handy and organized. I like to be able to group my various twines together without having them getting all tangled up together.
Out of all of the salvaged wood that can be used to make signs, driftwood is one of our favorites. When you find a smooth and flat piece of driftwood, it makes the perfect base for a sign. You may have seen driftwood made into welcome signs or signs for house numbers. These are very
Decorating your home for summer can be as easy as making your own decor from natural materials. Things like driftwood, shells, branches, sand, and rocks can all be used in a variety of summer crafts for the home. I also like to collect sea glass to use in beachy diy projects. Although sea glass isn't
Besides collecting twigs for a fire pit fire, there is another great reason to start a twig collection. Twigs are basically a staple for so many rustic craft projects. I especially like to use birch twigs in most of my twig crafts. They are flexible, have nice coloring, and can be found in a variety
Use a hollowed out birch tube to make this rustic toothbrush holder for your bathroom decor. There are just a few easy steps to complete this craft.
A wreath form that has the most rustic styling is one made with grapevines. The grapevines themselves are part of the wreath's appeal. This means that you don't have to cover the entire form to create a unique look for the season. Plus, it's easy to tuck your floral picks or other decorations between the
A wreath on the front door sets a warm and inviting tone before anyone even sets foot in the door. It's like a bow on a package that makes you excited to see what's inside. That's why I like to put out a wreath especially when I am having friends or family over. Whether for
See how to preserve leaves using a very easy process. Then, use them in craft projects to decorate your home!
With Fall soon approaching, I have bonfires, pumpkins, warm sweaters, and fresh decor projects on my mind. I'm thinking out with the bright and airy decor from summer and in with the warm and rustic. For Fall especially, I like to incorporate a lot of items from nature. This is what led me to use
With all of the farmhouse and rustic bathroom styles I've been seeing, it makes sense to create some bathroom accessories that will compliment this style. It's pretty easy to find rustic accessories in stores but creating your own adds a little more nostalgia. Plus, it can also be a lot more affordable. This tissue box
When it comes to rustic table arrangements, the centerpiece is what really sets the tone. I wanted something simple yet eye catching for our hickory live edge kitchen table. The table itself is decorative enough for me and it's small so I didn't need much. Since candle light always adds a bit of romance to
When it comes to Spring decorating, there are probably more ways than you realize to give your decor a rustic flair. All of the same elements that you use for everyday rustic decor can be incorporated into some fresh Spring pieces. Things like burlap, twine, book pages, nature, antiques, and metal can all be used