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18 Great Ways to Upcycle Tree Stumps

Thanks for stopping by.  We have been on vacation for two and a half weeks, and as it turns out, it’s hard for me to finish home decor projects while traveling.  So I decided to share this little round-up I did.  Now I find myself looking at tree stumps everywhere.

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You can click the image and it’ll take you to my Hometalk Board with the complete roundup and links to all the projects.  But here are a couple of my favorites that I’ll be doing for sure!

18 Great Ways to Upcycle Tree Stumps

How cute is this?  I love this idea.  Chalkboards from tree stumps!  Plus, depending on how big your stump is, you could do a bunch of them for a wall feature, in a kids play area, or a menu board for the kitchen!  A different board for each day of the week?  I’m really thinking of doing that when we redo the kitchen.

18 Great Ways to Upcycle Tree Stumps - UncookieCookie for Hometalk

I love this centerpiece idea.  The birch tree is the perfect size for this, and I’m hoping to have my dining room table finished by fall, which would be the perfect time for this tablescape.

18 Great Ways to Upcycle Tree Stumps - UncookieCutter for Hometalk

This is adorable and I think I especially love this because my son is so into tic-tac-toe right now.  The looks easy peasy and you could even use a stump still in the ground.  You could make the “X’s and O’s” out of anything, but those little bugs are especially cute.

And there is a ton of ways to turn stumps into tables.  Accent table, table bases, end or coffee tables.  It’s wide open!  Here is my table that I mentioned earlier (original post HERE).

18 Great Ways to Upcycle Tree Stumps - UncookieCutter for Hometalk

 

Happy stump hunting and thanks for stopping by!!

April

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William G. Roberts

Tuesday 6th of December 2016

Hey, very nice post !!

It’s marvellous how much insight we can attain when we explore nature and apply those notions to our lives! These ideas are really creative and fascinating, I would like to try these in future.

Thanks and Keep sharing... :)

Brian

Monday 24th of October 2016

These are some really cute ideas! Removing a stump can be a pain, but if you can find a way to re-purpose it, that is much preferred. Thanks for sharing!

April

Monday 24th of October 2016

Thanks Brian!

Abélia

Thursday 4th of August 2016

I absolutely love the picture you posted of a tree stump as a little end table. It adds such character to the room. Thanks for providing ideas on ways to use tree stumps. I think I'll try and make the chalkboard out of a stump, like you explained.

April

Thursday 4th of August 2016

Thanks :)

Danielle @ Backyard Zest

Friday 17th of June 2016

These are some great ideas. I love the picture frame with all of the geometrically painted tree slices. I think this would look great in a nursery or living room. I may have to try that one :)

April

Friday 17th of June 2016

Thanks Danielle!

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Tuesday 24th of May 2016

wow that a brilliant idea

April

Tuesday 24th of May 2016

Thank you!

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