Americana acrylic paint – Snow Whiteor spray paint if you prefer
Twigs from the backyard
Tools: Sponge applicatorwhite craft glue, hot glue gun
After choosing my twigs and breaking off any stray pieces, I used my sponge applicator to apply the paint. You could certainly use spray paint instead!
To create the fence line up two craft sticks, end to end. Next run some white craft glue along the full length of a third craft stick, and pressed it onto the other two, lining it up in the center of the two.
Basically, that third craft stick holds the first two together. All in all, each fence rail has 6 craft sticks in front, end to end, and 5 craft sticks in the back, holding them all together.
Now add some glue to where each of the craft sticks meet. Press a craft stick in place for each section creating the fence posts. Set that aside to dry.
For the trees, cut off the rounded ends off of 7 crafts sticks (for 7 trees).
Hot glue the squared off craft sticks to the twigs, creating a trunk.
Paint the trunks and the fence.
You decide where you want your trees, then hot glue them to the back of the fence.
Hang it directly on a colored wall using wall putty or 3M wall hanging strips.
It would also look great attached to a dark background, like a piece of distressed painted plywood or a solid painted canvas.
This project for Stick Tree Silhouette was printed from CraftsbyAmanda.com - https://craftsbyamanda.com/stick-tree-silhouette/ and can only be printed for education or personal use.