Driftwood Lily Stump Stool

driftwood stump stook lily design

This beautifully embellished piece of driftwood caught my eye today.   The piece was created by Bellawillow, in collaboration with Elwood Designs  and was made from a piece of driftwood collected after the nearby Ohio River flooded.

Wood burning, used creatively to make patterns and gorgeous designs in unexpected places seems quite trendy lately don’t you think?

image from Bellawillow


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