Creatief met boomschors

Er bestaan verschillende soorten boomschors. Er is bijv. Frans boomschors van de Franse pijnboom en dennenboomschors. Het kan gebruikt worden in de tuin en het is een mooie, decoratieve en praktische bodembedekker. Maar daar ga ik het nu niet over hebben! :) 

Deze keer wil ik alleen maar een leuk, snel  en klein knutseltje laten zien. Van boomschors. Een super eenvoudige herfstknutsel, die mijn schoonzus gister heeft gemaakt met haar kleindochter. Meteen verliefd was ik, op dit kleine wijze uiltje met zijn grote ogen.  En wat vind jij van dit herfstuiltje?  


Het is gemaakt van een stukje boomschors, lijm, 2 hoedjes van eikels, 2 wiebeloogjes en 'n stukje oranje vilt voor het snaveltje. That's it! Superleuk, toch? 

Heb jij nou ook zo'n leuk knutseltje of werkstukje gemaakt, of iets heel anders creatiefs met boomschors? Stuur de foto dan naar als we het hier mogen delen!


Bekijk deze leuke uil op de pagina van Fireflies and Mudpies, klik HIER


Of maak er leuke vogelhangers van! Bekijk de complete werkwijze op de website van Salt in my coffee, klik HIER


Een bootje maken voor een mooie tafeldecoratie is ook een leuk idee, bijv. als aankleding bij een bruiloft. Idee gezien bij


Foto gezien op marktplaats, maar eigenaar helaas niet meer te achterhalen.


Foto: Majoh H

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