THE ART OF WOOD STACKING

Got a pile of firewood or logs too huge for a firewood holder/rack? Then you might have simply stacked them in one corner of your yard. But there’s a lot more you can do with a heap of wood!

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You can create several kinds of artwork with a mountain of wood to decorate your backyard.

Some require a certain level of artistic skill such as making a portrait. It involves painting more than stacking, and are usually made as a permanent kind of wood stacking art. If you have the talent (and lots and lots of wood at your disposal) and you do want a permanent feature in your backyard, why not?

But what you see in our albums below are wood stacking art that anybody can definitely make themselves! More importantly, wood pieces in these examples are easy to take out should you need to use them for the fireplace… OK, we admit – some may be hard to utilize, but only because they are too beautiful to ‘destroy’! 😉

So while your stack of wood are out there to dry, why not decorate and bring your backyard to life by creating art with them, too!

Think you have enough pieces to create one of these wood stacking art?

 

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Owl by Gary Tallman

Fallen Trees

Tiny Houses

Interesting Structures

Wood Stacking with Practical Uses

Wall with Flowers

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