Inspired by a recent project at work using driftwood, I decided to do my very own driftwood craft. I live on a small peninsula nestled between the Chesapeake Bay and Patuxent River, so driftwood is plentiful and easy to find.
Project: Driftwood Frame
You will need some driftwood. If you do not live near the water you can usually buy it at your local craft store or online.
Play around with your driftwood before painting to see how you will want to attach it at the end.
You’ll need some paint. I just used some Basic acrylic paint.
If you want to do a sparkle accent, you will need some Mod Podge and your choice of glitter. You will also need a thin easy to handle wire to attach your driftwood together.
You can use tape to create straight crisp lines. Or be lazy like me and free hand it.
Paint patterns all over your driftwood for a fun summer affect!
When your driftwood is dry arrange the sticks in the shape of a frame.
Use your wire to wrap your frame in place.
I did a last minute hot pink feather addition to complete my Driftwood Frame!