How to Make a Simple DIY Wood Slice Wall Hook
Wood slice everything is so trendy right now. I have a simple DIY to help you add it to your decor!
Like a lot of people, I am loving wood slice everything right now. So, I wanted to figure out how to add it to my home decor. Luckily, I came up with a couple of ways to add this cute trend to my home. Today, I’m sharing how to make a simple DIY wood slice wall hook with you. And it turned out so pretty, right?!
I love the way this wood slice wall hook just pops off my kitchen wall and draws your eye to those fun aprons. Wood is just such a great warming, cozy element to decorate with right now. It just grounds a room and gives it such appeal. At least, I think so. How about you?
A couple of weeks ago, I made this super cute and easy DIY Red Truck Christmas Centerpiece with a wood slice. That DIY has been pretty popular. I hope you’ll check it out too.
Getting the supplies ready.
First, I applied 2 coats of Minwax Polycrylic to just the front of the wall hook. I left the bark edge alone.
Next, I am using 2 hooks. So, I marked 2 spots before drilling. Use a straight-edge ruler to make them level and evenly spaced from the edge.
I pre-drilled the screw holes to prevent any cracking in the wood.
Optional: With the type of hook that hangs from a screw, I use a light dab of Elmer's School Glue to hold it in place. If I skip this step, my little guys will shake items on the hook until they loosen up and fall off.
I use this type of glue because it's strong enough to hold it in place, but I can still pop it off later when I want to change things.
I just used a normal sawtooth hanger to hang this on the wall.
Another optional tip: I used a 3M Velcro strip to hold this flat against the wall too. Same reason as above...my little guys like to try to shake things down from wall hooks. :)
I love those birds and the wood slice together. So cute!
I have some suggestions for cute wall hooks on my site, if you need help finding some.
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