Monday, December 16, 2019

Beadboard Christmas Tree

I love it when I can grab some scraps & make a project come together!
I've been hanging onto a piece of beadboard for awhile waiting for the perfect project to use it in. So when I found some antique roof tins at an antique store, and remembered that I had a bunch of rusty metal stars, I knew I had found a purpose for the beadboard.

I measured and drew off triangles on the back of the beadboard & cut them out to make Christmas trees.

 I painted the beadboard with the color, Fluff, from the Dixie Belle Paint Company.
 Than I added Dixie Belle's Van Dyke Glaze.

 I used E6000 to glue the beadboard tree onto the roof tin.
 Then I added a star to the top of the Christmas tree.

I'm thinking of making more with green trees. What do you think?

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  1. where did you find the star at and do you know what they used they used them for?

  2. Great use of recycled materials - I think green trees would be cute too!

  3. Love the rustic charm of your beadboard tree, Virginia! Wishing you a beautiful Christmas 🎄

  4. Wow, definitely a unique art piece! I pinned a few of your projects and plan to come back to look at more of your art pieces. I'm visiting from Friday Favorites Linky Party. I shared #59. Merry Christmas!

  5. Rustic, festive, elegant, love it! Featuring when my link party opens up tonight. Hope your Christmas was very merry!

  6. I love the white one with the glaze! (But I'm biased because I love Fluff!) What a great idea, I'll be pinning! Thanks for sharing with Vintage Charm. xo Kathleen


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