One of my favorite posts of all time is this ‘Kilim’ / Native American wooden artwork we did last year. I’ll admit it was tedious, but so so worth it. And I went to great lengths to make the tutorial easy for y’all to understand. You’re welcome!
I don’t usually do round-up posts, but I’ve been stumbling upon so many awesome pieces of wooden artwork by some of my bloggy friends, I can’t help but gather them up in one place for some serious eye candy!
If you’re like Nick and I, you keep every little wood scrap because WHAT IF WE NEED IT SOMEDAY? We need to put those scraps to use more often with awesome wooden artwork! And if you don’t have wood scraps laying around, you can also use wood shims that you can purchase for super cheap at your home improvement store! If you want to pin any of these images (and WHY wouldn’t you?!), please click on the source and pin it from their website! Thanks!
By My Altered State
Are these so gorgeous and inspiring? And if you check out the tutorials, they’re much easier than they look!
At the very least, go check out each of these bloggers! They’re so incredibly talented!
Go forth and be creative this weekend!
Thanks for pinning, buddies!
Josh Harvey says
Your ideas are simply amazing. I want some unicorn spit!! I love it.
DeWayne Martain says
Check out my stuff as well Deweyism on IG I do a lot of these geometric patterns as well.
My Altered State says
This is a great collection of wood art. It’s also an awesome example of the endless possibilities that are out there, if you give some scrap a second chance. A forgotten board here, a leftover scrap there… it is amazing how the seemingly random can turn out to be part of something greater.
Thank you for including my piece in your post. 🙂
Jo stone says
Wow, what great projects!! Such an interesting way to express yourself. Artwork made from any kind of wood, with any kind of stain, paint, or the natural look. Endless options.