I have fallen in love with the new trend of Wood Sliced Ornaments that I see everywhere (especially on Pinterest). There are so many ways to use these guys - they can be glued on, painted, woodburned...you name it. Also, you are only limited in size by what you can get your hands on. They do come in birch in different sizes at the craft store (I saw them most recently at Michaels Craft Store) or you can find a tree in your yard that can spare part of a limb and take your pieces from that....

Ingredients for this project:
Wood Slices (buy or cut your own)
Mod Podge (or your choice of glue)
white paint
Golden Self-Leveling Gel (or sealer of your choice)
Eye Screws (optional)
Twine (optional)

Ready to start??

Step 1: Find Your Pieces of Wood:

Like I said, there are options to finding your wood pieces. At a craft store, or hopefully you have a tree sitting around that can spare a limb.

I was lucky to have a cherry tree that had a dead limb that could be taken down and sliced up. It had the natural moss and aged-bark that was authentic and cool looking:
<p>I would suggest that the cut pieces dry for 1 year, to see if they are going to split.</p>
<p>these look great! thanks for sharing :)</p>
<p>Thanks so much !!</p>
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<p>I love this idea. Inexpensive and great for children. Going to pin this one.</p>
<p>Thanks so much!!</p>
The idea is nice but you use the copyright sign while you violate the copyright of Rien Poortvliet that's not done. Why not using your own pictures or leave the sign away.
<p>I appreciate your bringing that to my attention. I am always learning, and will keep it in mind!! :)</p>
I was going to do something similar with this year's Christmas tree instead of throwing it away. Thanks or sharing.
<p>That is such a great idea! It would be a good reason for me to actually buy a &quot;real&quot; Christmas tree this coming Christmas instead of the fake one that is up every year at my house! <strong>Thanks!</strong></p>
These are really cute. I love the rustic look of ornaments made from wood.
<p><strong>Thank you so much</strong> - I am so glad that the moss on the bark made the rustic look stand out!!</p>

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Bio: I am a Crafter in Sacramento, California and enjoy life most when I am making and creating!!!
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