driftwood flower sculptures

Are you a beach walker?  I am fortunate to live near the beach and enjoy spending many summer afternoons strolling along the shore, and my favorite part of walking on the beach is hunting for little treasures like beach glass and bits of driftwood.  But once you’ve collected these tidbits…  then what?  Alisa Burke used some small pieces of driftwood to make these whimsical flower sculptures, which would make a great addition to your spring decor!  They’d also make nice gifts for Easter or Mother’s Day, or even just to brighten someone’s day.  [how to make driftwood flower sculptures]

Project estimate:

  • Driftwood, on hand
  • Scrap wood, on hand
  • Dowels. on hand or $1
  • Paint, on hand or $1 and up

Total:  Free and up!