DIY Faux Driftwood Deer Antlers

Hi friends!

My holiday decorating is a little more rustic this year,

I am having so much fun adding unexpected elements & I can’t wait to show all of you my house tour,

Dec 5th!

I will be a part of Jennifer Rizzo’s Holiday Housewalk again this year & I am so excited!

There will be over 30 AMAZING homes this year, it will be an incredible event,

it begins December 2, so mark it on your calendar:)!

Deer & Antler décor seems to be a hot accessory these days, especially now that the holidays are here{almost}.

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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    1. THank you Julia! You know you have something in your head & you hope it turns out how you think, so many thanks:)!

  1. Suzanne of Simply Suzannes at Home

    What a great idea . . . and simple tutorial! Thank you for sharing.
    Your family room is quite beautiful. The soft and light hues make for a peaceful setting.
    I’m hosting Thanksgiving dinner again this year, so I’m still in the Fall mode . . . but feeling ever so excited in my heart for the Christmas season.
    Have a beautiful day,

  2. Wow you really picked up some great branches/antlers. They look pretty authentic at first glance especially. Great idea how you mounted them. The color on the wood is perfect for antlers, did you paint them at all? Great post

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