How fun are these? Create as many “starfish” as you’d like from pieces of driftwood. String them together with twine for a beachy garland!
Transform that boring oval mirror in your hallway in to this beauty. Get the turtorial from Thrifty & Pretty.
Use an inflatable beach ball and small pieces of driftwood to fashion this DIY driftwood orb. Serious props if you decide to tackle this project! Check out the tutorial from Creative in Chicago.
Another fantastic idea from Creative in Chicago! Pieces of driftwood make wonderful wall art! Don’t be afraid to think outside the box! You could create a starfish or a lobster instead!
Combine pieces of driftwood and seaglass in a frame to design an incredible Christmas decoration! The Space Between has the super simple do-it-yourself tutorial!
The Space Between Blog has the easiest do-it-yourself tutorial for the best wall decor! Use different shapes of driftwood nailed to an old palette for this adorable coastal project.
They say you can hear the ocean if you stand close enough to this homemade wind chime from Garden Therapy. Whether you use it inside or out, this chime would look beautiful in any space.
Have a family photo on the beach that needs an equally as beautiful picture frame? Check out this driftwood frame from Etsy!
Combine a few seashells with driftwood to create this cross. You can make it yourself, or purchase one from Coastal Decor Original.
Use a length of cotton fabric, and a few pieces of driftwood to design these beautiful sail boats. Use hot glue to attach the pieces together!
A driftwood candle holder screams ocean vibes. In a simple tutorial from VivaTerra, use a hammer and nails to fashion pieces of driftwood into a great candle holder.
Instead of using a classic Christmas tree this holiday season, try making one out of driftwood! This is a great way to decorate for the holidays, while keeping the coastal feel of your home intact. Check out the tutorial from Kara Roselund!
Similar to a previously pictured idea, this do-it-yourself driftwood candle holder is a bit smaller! Use this tutorial from Kim Power Style to design a gorgeous centerpiece for your mantle.
Tie your room together with this garland from Coastal Home. Use a drill to drill holes in the center of your driftwood, and then string the pieces on a length of nautical rope. Put your rope tying skills to good use by tying a sailor knot at the ends of the rope.
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