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I've been wanting to make some wreaths with driftwood I've collected on the beach. Now that the holidays are here, I decided to go with a Christmas tr...
What you'll need to construct the tree: About 30 pieces of driftwood 1 dowel, 5/16" diameter or larger. 1 wood base (mine in 4 1/2" diameter, purchase...
Go down to the beach and collect a bunch of driftwood. I'm lucky enough to live a few miles from the Pacific ocean. I recommend wearing gloves. Most d...
Drill a hole in the base and glue the dowel into it vertically. Be careful to let it dry straight, or your tree will not stand upright. I stood mine o...
Once the glue has dried completely on the base, thread the pieces onto the dowel, starting with the largest. For a very 3-dimensional tree, stack eac...
Your driftwood tree is complete. It can be placed indoors or out. Enjoy! Notes: I probably should have put a sealer or stain or something on the base...
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