Scrap Wood Sailboat Ornaments

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Diy sailboats from wooden scraps


Recently I made a direction sign for a client and I saved the leftover triangles after cutting the arrows.


I knew they'd be good for something, someday.

Today was the day...

I cut a boat shape from various pieces of scrap wood then glued the triangles and the boat together.

I made a bunch using all different sizes and shapes 
for the boat.



I added a screw eye to the top, a length of jute to hang, 
and a ribbon for the flag.


We live near the water and
I think they'll make great Christmas ornaments  
for my next craft fair.

Check out my newer version of sailboat ornaments HERE.



                                      

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3 comments

  1. I think you're absolutely right! I collect ornaments and we love the beach so I think these are great! I buy or make each of my three kids a new ornament each Christmas and they each have at least one boat. Love the soothing color, too.
    xoKathleen

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  2. These are so sweet. They remind me of a little boy's nursery!

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  3. How cute are these! Love the colours you choose too!

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