You guuuuuuuyyyyyssssss. I cannot wait to show you the magazine when it comes out. Like SERIOUSLY. The team that’s here is incredible and amazing and awesome and they wrote the book on how to make a pumpkin look like a supermodel.
There are apples and leaves and things that sparkle and ideas and DIY’s and creative projects and wood slices. I am so full of joy and creative inspiration right now I think my heart could sing in three-part harmony.
I can’t spill the coffee beans yet on the projects to go into the magazine, so I thought I would tide us all over with some fun wood slice projects.
Chalkboard wood slice wreath.
Perfect for fall and when you’re done you could switch out the wreaths and you’d be ready for Christmas.
Wood slice pumpkins.
Cutest pumpkins ever who are just happy to be at the party?
Here’s a wood slice turned into a cutting board.
It’s theme song would be “It Cuts Like a Knife.”
(I’m so sorry….I couldn’t help it) 🙂
Same song, second verse on the wreath.
I love this one because it’s tiny wood slices.
Wood slice centerpiece.
If you have five decorating minutes, you can make this for Thanksgiving.
Wood slice Thanksgiving name tags.
Personalize your Thanksgiving and then let your guests take them home and hang them on their tree.
Here’s a little monogram with your wood slice.
It’s the second version of our first wreath idea.
Merry early wood slice Christmas.
I made this DIY from the wood slices at the Christmas tree farm.
I hope you enjoyed the wood slice hall of fame.
I love them each and every one.
I have to go. It’s time to start decorating for Christmas. 🙂
And now here are some more decorating ideas from some of my favorite friends.
On Sutton Place