How to Make a Cool Driftwood Room Decoration!




Introduction: How to Make a Cool Driftwood Room Decoration!

About: I love Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, Minecraft and everything crafty! Please follow me!

Hey! This is my first instructable so please don't be too harsh on me! :)
For this craft, you will need:
• A clean jam jar
• Permanent markers (sharpies)
• Driftwood
• PVA glue
• Lots of patience! (I don't have any)

Lets get started!!

Step 1: Driftwood Time!

Choose a few bits of driftwood and draw beachy quotes or pictures on them. Here are some ideas:
"Oh I do like to be beside the seaside"
"Wave at the sea!"

Step 2: Arranging Driftwood!

You can get driftwood from any beaches along the shoreline but if you don't live near any beaches, you can get it from most craft stores!

Arrange the drift wood into a jar and leave a few larger bits out from the last step!

Step 3: Glue!

I just squeezed the glue into the jar and then used a brush to neaten it up a bit! You can use modpodge to coat your driftwood in first but I didn't!

Step 4: Patience

I ran out completely of patience so I had to use a hair dryer to make the glue drying process quicker. Maybe I shouldn't have used so much glue... Hmm...

Step 5: Done! Finally!!

Now that the glue is dried and you have your cool beachy ornament, remember to follow me, favourite this instructable and also comment to show me your ornament! I would love to see them (and I'm not just saying that - I would like to see what you've gotten out of my measly knowledge of crafting!)

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    6 years ago

    This could be best do it yourself activity and will also aid to interior decoration. It is difficult to find such creative items online. The last time i reached design your room app while finding such ideas to add unique things to my interior design.


    8 years ago

    Feel free to comment on if yours turned out ok!