Thursday, November 22, 2018

Driftwood Santa

Recently, my daughter, Carrie was the maid of honor at her best friend, Callie's wedding. The wedding was at the beach and I offered to help with the centerpieces. Callie wanted driftwood and burlap and to keep it simple. Here's what I came up with...
I had lots of driftwood leftover and brought it home knowing I could do something with it.

When I looked at this piece, I saw Santa...
So, I started painting...



I think he turned out pretty cute!
He'll soon be flying off to be with Callie and her groom.



Now, what to do with the other pieces of driftwood!



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13 comments:

  1. I love the way you think, Virigina! Only you would see an adorable Santa on that piece of driftwood. The bride & groom are sure to love their Santa.

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  3. love your idea, and finish product. I find that drift wood is very attractive and I like it dressed up as well
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  4. I am trying this on palm tree husks

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    1. I hope you'll share pictures. I'd love to see what you do.

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  5. I made a small one like this a few years ago and wore it as a pin. Your painting is amazing!

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  6. He is darling! I love rustic Santas.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  7. Very good information. Lucky me I found your blog by chance (stumbleupon).
    I've saved it for later!

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  8. Your really have a great eye! He's adorable. I'm sure the lucky couple will love it. xo Kathleen

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