Drifting Toward Christmas

Feature 11410216 | © living4media / Algermissen, Astrid | 20 images

DIY driftwood tree offers an exciting alternative to the traditional fir tree

No Tinsel, no smell of pine and no needles to sweep up -- this elegant little creation is the perfect DIY project for the coming holiday season. All you need is a piece of driftwood, some old book pages and our easy-to-follow instructions.

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Feature No.: 11410216
Number of images: 20
Text: Text written upon request (300-700 words, English)
Photographer: © living4media / Algermissen, Astrid
Topic: Do it yourself
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All images of this feature (20)

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Keywords

Christmas Color cone Country Country house style craft Craft Decor Decorating decoration Decoration decorative Decorative Driftwood Feature Fir Handicraft Holiday feature Homemade Home-made idea Indoor Inside Material Natural No one Nobody Occasion Ornamental Paper pine Rural Rustic Scandinavian Style Wood Xmas Yuletide

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