It’s so easy to forget about the nature when we’re busy living our modern lives, engrossed into our phones all day long, devoted to a 9-5 job and parenting around the clock! Look around your home and see how many natural elements and decorations you can spot. If you feel called to add more of them to your living space, these 13 twig crafts are a great place to start!
1. Twig Christmas Tree Ornament
You know those miniature Christmas tree ornaments that are being sold in every single store during December? Funky Junk decided to put a rustic spin on them! Here’s a tiny Christmas tree re-imagined, made from twigs! It’s a great element to have in your house, especially during the holiday season!
2. Twig Ball
Tiny decorative elements totally make the living space! If there is a surface in your home that is desperately lonely and very much in the need of some organic decor, we can’t think of a better way to fill it than with a unique decorative twig ball! You can find the tutorial at DIY Queen.
3. Twig Heart
Love is all you need – but a little decor here and there doesn’t hurt! Bring the two together by creating a big twig heart for your bedroom or the living room. You’ll get extra points if you make this as a surprise for your significant other! So Much Better With Age shares the how-to!
4. Twig Rudolph
Just like the annual decor for Halloween can’t be missing a pumpkin, the annual decor for Christmas cannot be missing a reindeer. They are such a crucial part of December’s biggest holiday, you have to display at least one DIY reindeer. Pretty Ditty made one from twigs!
5. Twig Christmas Tree Luminaries
December is all about Christmas trees. The main one for your living room, maybe some smaller ones for a bedroom or the kid’s room, but definitely countless miniature ones that can be used as a centerpiece for your festive table. Invite nature to dinner this year with these charming twig Christmas tree luminaries by Stow and Tell U!
6. Twig Frame
The photographs that we choose to display in our home often carry our dearest memories, which is exactly why it’s so important to choose the right frame for them. You want a frame that does justice to the memories! How about this beautiful twig frame we found at eHow?
7. Twig Monogram
Monograms are the one thing we’ll never get tired of (along with chalkboard projects and mason jars!). They are so much fun to make and have a really personal undertone. Whether you’ll be making one for yourself or for someone you love, we recommend you give The Happy Housie‘s twig monogram a try!
8. Twig Christmas Ornaments
Is there any room left on your Christmas tree for some extra decorations? The classic shiny decorations are all nice and fun, but you can also add some natural ones to the mix to balance the scale! Simple as That can show you how to make these lovely twig ornaments!
9. Twig Stars
When rustic meets modern, magic happens. Take a look at these twig stars by North Story and join us in admiring how their rustic look dances with their modern monochrome decorations. This is a perfect piece for a modern home that wants to bring a little nature indoors!
10. Twig Arrows
Arrows are always a popular motive, especially among the young homeowners. They represent power, inspiration and shooting forward. Follow the tutorial at Yellow Bliss Road to create mini twig arrows with the most innovative and colorful decorations!
11. Twig Candles
Winter is the season when we retreat indoors to enjoy in comfy sweaters, hot beverages and a cozy ambiance by the fireplace. If you want to make this atmosphere even more magical or romantic, make these twig candles by Town and Country Living!
12. Twig Dreamcatchers
As the end of the year approaches, we find ourselves dreaming of everything the new year might bring us. New love? New career opportunities? Who knows! Capture your biggest dreams with these chic and modern triangle twig dreamcatchers by Eskaa!
13. Twig Winter Wreath
It’s hard to choose the right winter wreath for your home when there are so many options to choose from, but we can assure you that you can never go wrong if you opt for natural materials. Take this stunning twig winter wreath by Confessions of a Serial DIY-er as an example!