20 Amazing DIY Decoration With Wood slice


16.Painted Coasters

16.Painted Coasters



My neighbors decided to cut down some trees in their backyard because they wanted to build a store house. I was having a cup of coffee outside while writing an article when I saw them gathering the logs and packing them in the truck. For a moment I thought what if they are going to throw these logs? Didn’t I need them? Of course I did. Without second thoughts, I rushed out and asked if I could take few. They were happy and ready to give me all rather than throwing them in the woods which was what they wanted to do. Who does that? Anyway, I’m thankful to them because most of the projects here came out of their backyard trees. I hope you love them.




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1 – Flowered covered Arch

Flowers make everything pretty,  add an unpainted wood frame as your gate and it will seem as though you are entering an enchanted world.

2- antique gate

A plain arched white gate gives any garden an antiquy feel.

3 –Little red door

Is your favorite color red? Want to paint your garden red but don’t want to overdo it? Paint your gate red with this fancy DIY look.

4 – peek-a-boo accent

Want to show off your garden but not too much? Use this wood frame with an iron window for a lovely flowery touch.

5–Barred Archway

Wood painted white in gardens always adds a magical feel, add bars and its wonderland.

6 –pointed doorway

This is a simple yet classy way of letting everyone know you take your gardening very serious.

7 – Celtic knots

Celtic knots always adds an air or mystery to whatever they are attached to. This gate will have everyone wondering what is going on in your garden.

8 –Moongate

Separate your garden into two parts with this simple yet effective Zen like moongate.

9 – Garden tool gate

Have some old tools lying around? Use them to make a gate.

10- Marble details

If you love marbles and are tired of your plain wooden gate, drill holes into your gate and put in the marbles. The sparkles will be a have a colorful effect on your garden when the sun is out.

11 – vintage accents

If you are not into over the top things, this is just for you. Simple, easy to make and it blends right into your garden.