How about a little rhyme this afternoon? Or a little art? Today, I’ve got both. And a cold. One is more fun and interesting than the other; I’ll let you guess.
Back in December, I made silhouettes of the boys (mini me) on wood slices (tree) leftover from our Thanksgiving table setting. Originally, I planned for these to be ornaments. Instead I decided to keep them up year-round as mini art in my collection (gall-ery).
One slice has started cracking, but I’m keepin’ it until it breaks entirely. And then I’ll make a new one. All because these make me smile. Especially my little Peter Pan look-alike.
No framing necessary, just a pop tab, small screw, and a piece of felt pad to help it hang evenly.
I’m still curating the collection and hoping to add more color soon. Now, I’m going to the tv to see what episodes of New Girl I need to catch up on.
7 thoughts on “Mini Me Tree Gall-ery”
Those silhouettes are gorg! I can’t wait to try them. I’m always looking for round wall display items.
Thanks so much! These were simple and you can use wooden rounds from the craft store to prevent cracking.
Oooh, nice tip! I’m going to look for them the next time I go to the craft store.
These are just so precious! I liked the other silhouettes you’ve done but I really love the texture of the wood on these! So cute! And the pop tab as a hanger is genius! I’m totally copying you!
Aww, thanks! I totally agree about the texture of the wood. Both the rings and the bark. Please do copy it! And share pics if you remember. 🙂
These are sweet! I might have to do this for my daughter’s room…ohh or maybe my living room! Love that it’s on a log piece.
Thanks! I think it makes a simple silhouette less cutesy and more artsy. 🙂 If you make one, please send pictures over. 🙂