Very cool DIY faux driftwood deer antlers…

HI everyone! Today I have Jen from City Farmhouse here with a really creative project for you!

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Hi There!

I hope you are all enjoying fall in your neck of the woods:).

I am happy to be back here from my blog, City Farmhouse.

Deer & Antler décor seems to be a hot accessory these days, especially now that it is fall & the holidays are ahead.

I love the natural tones & texture of real antlers but thought instead I’d share and easy & creative alternative……

DIY Faux Driftwood Deer Antlers-Easy Holiday Project-City Farmhouse

DIY Faux Driftwood Deer Antlers-City Farmhouse

1. Your Materials-

wood mount, Styrofoam egg, 2 branches or driftwood pieces, a small square of fabric{drop cloth}, tacky spray,

hot glue gun, foam brush and watered down dark paint{Texas Leather}.

2. Slice egg in half.

3. Stain wood mount.

4. Spray Styrofoam with tacky spray and cover with fabric{twice}.

5. Mark & poke hole at top on either side for antlers.

Push them in & secure with hot glue.

6. Using hot glue attach to wood mount.

Easy right:)?

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Comments

  1. Wow! These turned out great! Very creative and beautifully done!

  2. great project – very cute!!

  3. Love it! Would never have thought to use driftwood as antlers. So Creative.

  4. LOVE IT!!

  5. faux phun!! ;}

    m ^..^

  6. So clever!

  7. Love it! Could you tell me where you purchased the wood shield plaque?

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