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DIY Twig Antler Plaques

December 23, 2013 | Charming Home | Projects | Comments

Antlers1 Antlers5 Antlers2 Antlers6 Antlers8 You’re going to love these DIY twig antler plaques! Using wooden plaques and twigs gathered from a nature walk, we made this cool wall decor that adds a creative, rustic feel to my office space. We made 5 DIY twig antlers to hang together, but one or two would look great hanging above a bar or an open space that’s calling for some attention. And the best part is that no deer were harmed in the making of these! ; ) Read below for the how-to.

Supplies
Wooden plaques in different sizes and shapes. I bought them at Michaels Arts and Crafts.
Spray paint (in whatever colors you prefer)
Sticks that resemble antlers
Wall hanging hardware
Drill
Wood glue and hot glue

Directions
Spray paint each wooden plaque using your desired color. I chose white, gold, black and gray.
Install the wall hanger onto the back of the plaque.
Drill a hole (large enough for the stick to go in) halfway through the wood. Do not drill all the way through.
Add a touch of wood glue inside the hole. Then secure it with hot glue.
Let it dry for 12 hours before hanging.

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