Wood Slice Wall Hanging
Here's a great idea for a mid-century modern wall hanging piece. There's a lot you can do with a log.
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- backing board
- picture hanger back
- wood glue
- spray polyurethane
Fasten a hanger on the back of the baseboard for your wall hanging. Be sure to center the hanger horizontally on the back of the baseboard a few inches from the top.
Cut Branch Into Slices
Cut up the branch(es) into roughly 1/2" cylindrical sections. The thickness of each piece can vary giving the overall piece a topographic texture.
Sand down the edges until they are uniform, and the top surfaces to your preference. There will probably be some rough edges from the sawing, sanding these down will ensure that they sit flush on the baseboard.
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