Easy (and Cheap) Driftwood and Acorn Wall Art

1 Hour
I absolutely love wall art and hangings but until I learn to macrame or weave, I'm keeping it simple. This easy and super cute wall hanging uses items found in nature, some scrap yarn and beads, and hot glue and can be made in under an hour.
I used a piece of driftwood and some spray-painted acorns I had left over from another project and just picked out yarn from my stash in pretty white to coral to gray ombre shades. This project is a great way to use up that yarn stash!
You can customize yours for whatever color yarn you want, whatever shape you want to make, whatever type of branch you want, and whatever size acorn/other object you'd like to use. I've made this with seashells too and it looks great in our coastal/beach home!
For more instructions, photos, and a full supply list please see the blog post!

Emily @ Table & Hearth
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