Learn how to make a wooden cross that can be used for so many things!
Hi Friends! I have done quite a few posts on my love for wood boxes. You can use them for so many things all year round. (Check out my post here on more ways to decorate with a wood box!)
Easter is coming up in a few weeks so I decided to use my wood box centerpiece to display the true meaning of Easter. If you learn how to make a wooden cross you can use them for so many things. This is an easy and inexpensive DIY Easter cross decoration that you could put anywhere!
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Make sure to check out my tutorial on how to build a DIY wooden box with burlap signs. I made burlap signs for every season and on the back side of one of them, I applied “He is Risen” with iron-on vinyl.
How to Make Wooden Crosses
Now, the only thing left to do is add the crosses. I found some sticks outside and tied them together with jute twine by wrapping it around where the sticks cross. So that the crosses stand up straight I put floral foam in the box first.
Add moss and some rocks on top of the floral foam.
That’s it on how to make a wooden cross decoration. Crazy easy, right?? These would make great Easter centerpieces or mantel decor. Where would you put it?
It goes perfectly with my rustic Easter napkin ring holders and table decor.
Add even more rustic Easter decor with this simple Easter twig tree found here!
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