A Scrap Wood Star with Star Power

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I created a star with wood scraps...

scrap wood lighted star www.homeroad.net

then added some star power...


The bling is rusty hardware from the shop.

Hinges, bolts, lighting pieces, even an old rusty file.

scrap wood lighted star www.homeroad.net

Then to make it even more sparkling
I brought it in the house and wrapped the star in lights!

scrap wood lighted star www.homeroad.net

I sat it in front of the mirror on my painted entry bench.

scrap wood lighted star www.homeroad.net

The twinkling lights are multiplied in the reflection 
of the mirror.

The beautiful star lights up the whole room at night.

scrap wood lighted star www.homeroad.net

The perfect place for this star!

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4 comments

  1. Susan,
    I love your star! What a clever way to make something beautiful out of things most of us have hanging around in the barn or garage. You are so talented! Merry Christmas to you and your family!
    Cheryl

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  2. You're so very creative Susan. Love the star with the rustiness on it. :)

    Merry Christmas!
    gail

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  3. Looks awesome, with all that bling and all ! I'll be digging around my wood scrap pile to see what I can come up with. Merry Christmas!

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