Sometimes, there are wood projects that I do that are too simple for a full tutorial or a post of their own. Instead of trying to stretch each of these projects to their own post, I am just going to lump them all together!
A wooden stick necklace
I took one of the left over pieces from the picture frame I made and screwed an eye screw into it and put it on a chain. It's now my "Colorado" necklace.
The napkin ring
I picked up these wooden napkin rings from Ben Franklin, my local craft store, and I painted them teal. They kinda reminded me of the PVC napkin rings I made last year. The best part is, you can paint them any color you want to fit any occasion.
The Race Board
I made this out of an old wooden cutting board that I found at the thrift store for $1. I painted it teal, then sprayed it with a red glitter spray from Krylon. Then I put the quote on with vinyl. I screwed in two little hooks and then hole punched my racing bibs. Now I have a daily reminder that I "CAN DO THIS!" Also, I thought it to be a little ironic that I hate running and I hate glitter and this board has both of that.