Simple cut stumps on casters create an interesting and natural display surface or seating area on this front porch. While you may need access to a chainsaw (and safety gear!) for such a large chunk of wood, the results are well worth it. Make sure to sand down the top of the wood so you don't get splinters.
All you need for this easy 10-minute project is slices of birch logs and a drill press or drill bit. Although they make a beautiful holiday accent, these classic birch tea-light holders are versatile enough to be displayed year-round. See the full tutorial at Nina Hendrick Blog.
A quick project with wood slices and transfer paper results in this sweet and colorful bird-theme wall display. This project would also be perfect for botanical prints!
These adorable little wine charms ensure that glasses won't get mixed up at your event. Write names or numbers on the little disks, as shown here. Get the full tutorial at The Happy Housie.
This idea reminds us of a fairy garden. It's not hard to imagine how these whimsical and inexpensive garden steps were inspired by a fallen tree. Get the tutorial from Better Homes & Gardens.
This humble and simple craft is elevated to trendy and glam when the logs are dipped in glimmering metallic paints. Get the full tutorial at Design, Dining and Diapers.