Geometric Animal Art from Scrap Wood // DIY // Wall Art // How-to

This is the perfect project for using up those little bits of scrap wood you have been holding on to for waaaay too long! This years Christmas gifts were animal themed all around. Luke has always been our “moose” and Ella Loves foxes so I found some cool patterns and made them geometric wall art animals out of scrap wood.

I will be making more of these to sell on my online store soon. Check the link here to see what is available:

From this build:
Eagle-Clip Z Clips
Spray Polyurethane
FastCap Glu-Bot
SuperMax 19-38 Drum Sander
Festool 125 Rotex Sander

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joelnert says:

Im a scrapwood hoarder too and I hardly even do much woodworking. I guess maybe I just need to admit I’m a hoarder.

Jonathan Ransom says:

Those are awesome!

CiannaitTrozel says:

Oh my gosh Ryan!! They are so cute! Very well done friend!

Casual DIY says:

Great video love it they came out awsome

joelnert says:

These turned out absolutely incredible. This is the kind of art people really love to see, but the fact that you made it yourself makes it so much more valuable for your lucky kids.

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Ben's Worx says:

The kids reactions were priceless! Great job Ryan

Barry Roberts says:

Welcome back, as for those pictures well what can you say except BRILLIANT, i love them very Arty and oooooo Geometric Shapes, i’ll have to have a try myself, i have plenty of scraps knocking around the shed in boxes. Happy New Year to you and your Family.
Barry (ENG)

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