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DIY Wooden Sticks Wall Sculpture

Happy Monday folks!

Today I have a quick and easy DIY project for you. I have dubbed it “Wooden Sticks Wall Sculpture”


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I spotted this picture on Instagram via “Inspired By Charm” not too long ago and had to have a few of these wall hangings for myself


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I took to the internet to find out where I could get my hands on these wall sculptures. I didn’t really find a wall sculpture, but found this table top object at Dwellstudio.com


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Image via Dwell Studio


The only problem, it was $375 and it wasn’t a wall sculpture.

So, guess what I did? I made my own. I have made only one so far for my son’s bedroom makeover for the One Room Challenge but I plan to make another one with the left over supplies

Interested in making your own?

Here’s what you will need………


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  1.  Wooden dowels – These I got at Michael’s

  2. Hot glue gun

Notice that the picture contains floral wire, which I didn’t end up using. All that was needed to hold the dowels together is the hot glue.

The Process

Using the picture above as reference, I laid out the base of the sculpture using the wooden dowels.


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Here I started with the floral wire and quickly realized it was making the process a bit more tedious than it needed to be. Plus I didn’t like the thought of the wire being visible with the finished product.

I continued to layer the wooden dowels until I was happy with the general layout, then I started to glue the dowels together.

This is what I ended up with after gluing all the pieces together. Close enough 🙂


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The next step is to remove the glue residue and then spray paint. Of course I chose gold, but it could also be painted silver or any other color you like.

Here is the finished product hung in my son’s bedroom.


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It adds a nice texture to the room, and a great piece for this small wall.


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Here’s a closer look


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This project cost about $20.00 and took about 45 minutes to complete.

Thanks for stopping by today!

Wishing You Beauty and Inspiration!


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