christmas tree made from recycled wood

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Today I’m loving … this Christmas tree made from recycled wood by Wood & Wool Stool.

(image by Ingrid Jansen Wood & Wool Stool)

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10 Responses to christmas tree made from recycled wood

  1. Love, love, LOVE this idea! I always see so much scrap wood in the alleys by our house, and now I know what I’m going to do with it! Thanks for posting!

  2. This year I feel like finding Xmas decorations that are a bit different… so this idea goes directly into the inspiration folder! Thanks!

  3. This idea seems so much more appropriate for an Aussie christmas in Melbourne. Great idea!!!
    Also practical with a 3 year old jumping around.

  4. this is the coolest christmas tree i’ve seen so far! :)

  5. She is one talented woman! This is fabulous. You might like my driftwood Christmas tree. Perfect for an Australian Christmas!
    http://flotsamfriends.blogspot.com/2010/11/my-creative-space_11.html
    Pruxxx

  6. Amazing! Recycled Christmas here I come…

  7. Lol! As soon as I saw it I thought exactly what Beth S. said: Love, love love this tree!! I’m going to suggest my niece make this with my dad next summer (they made a treehouse together last year…). Thanks so much for sharing! :) L

  8. That’s so cute!!

    LOVE BO,
    PurePreciousPerfection.com

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