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  1. Janet
    Janet at · Reply

    I LOVE this idea! Very creative.

  2. the home tome
    the home tome at · Reply

    I just want to comment with a thousand exclamations!! I will stop myself at two. 🙂 This is beautiful, creative, funky, woodsy…etc. Really great idea and fab post. The frame is perfect, the stamps work so nicely. I am definitely filing this one away (little afraid of what might happen with me and saw…but I could be careful for once, right?)

  3. cheryl
    cheryl at · Reply

    Oh! What a great idea!! It looks fantastic and completely do-able. You are about 80% on the way of convincing me to get the metal stamp set… I love all that you do with it.

  4. Pillows A-La-Mode
    Pillows A-La-Mode at · Reply

    How beautiful! I just love everything about it.

  5. Victoria Elizabeth Barnes
    Victoria Elizabeth Barnes at · Reply

    Wow. I LOVE this. Pinning it to my “crafty sh*t I may want to attempt in my next life” board. I think you have more creative thoughts between when you wake up and have coffee, than I have in an entire month… I am genuinely like—how did that even occur to you??

    I love the colors. The dark bark… against the white. Makes the inside color of the branch very rich somehow. I guess because it’s so simple you really notice the detail… LOVE it!

  6. Stacey
    Stacey at · Reply

    Super cool Alex! It “leaves” me with so many ideas…. I could totally “branch” out with.

    You have come up with so many wonderful projects using that stamp tool. Totally worth whatever you paid for it because it has sparked so much creativity. And it looks so darn pretty… perfect little numbers and letters.

    It’s got a real nordic/natural/modern feel… and I know you love that. ME TOO! So pretty in the white frame. Any way you “slice” it… this one is a winner, lady! 🙂

  7. Dorin
    Dorin at · Reply

    They would make great coasters too! So is YOUR family tree going to expand??? (wink, wink!) Definitely a good PIN to add….

  8. Sue Schlabach 129twigandvine
    Sue Schlabach 129twigandvine at · Reply

    Somewhere I have a mitre box. AND stamp letters and numbers. AND a hammer. This is so creative and adaptable to many a project. Love it!!

  9. Aubrey
    Aubrey at · Reply

    Oh I love natural wood! The Etsy shop I’m working on building embraces my love for natural wood, simplicity and inspiration!

    I will admit, I have a mitre box (the yellow one you pictured) but found to be really cheap. But I also got it on sale because the saw was missing (which I didn’t want the saw anyway). I wanted a saw with a bit more grip so now I just use my foot, an old pallet and my saw. hehe It works but I couldn’t use it for smaller projects like this, or I don’t think it would turn out as well but I might try! One day I’d like to get an electric saw.

  10. thousandislandsmama
    thousandislandsmama at · Reply

    absolutely fabulous!! and you’re not alone in your love of all things nordic up here in Canada!

  11. easycraftsforchildren
    easycraftsforchildren at · Reply

    Hi,
    I have nominated you for an award- check out my blog!
    Regards
    Izabel

  12. Time With Thea
    Time With Thea at · Reply

    This is really a wonderful idea Alex. Well done! I pinned it on My Craft Board.

  13. Life By Lindsay
    Life By Lindsay at · Reply

    Oh I love it!!! I have a friend who is having a little boy and her baby shower theme is kind of Rustic – I think I will make something like this for her!!!
    Thanks so much for sharing the idea!

  14. bridgett
    bridgett at · Reply

    Alex your wood art is amazing! I have stamps that are collecting dust! Perfect way to display special dates! Would love for you to share at the party! xo bridgett

    http://www.osiemoats.com/2013/02/link-up-party-4.html

  15. Bridget
    Bridget at · Reply

    I LOVE this idea! re-pinning this post right now. Came from OsieMoats link-up party.
    I too love wood slices, and I really want one of those manual miter saws now haha. I made coasters out of my christmas tree this year: http://craftybridge.blogspot.com/2013/01/wood-slice-coasters.html

    Thanks for sharing!
    Bridget from craftybridge.blogspot.com

  16. Laura - Make Life Lovely
    Laura - Make Life Lovely at · Reply

    I love these little wood slices! I’m currently working on a couple wood slice projects, too! Love your idea, thanks for sharing!

  17. Abi
    Abi at · Reply

    This is a fabulous idea! I love the simple style but meaningful details to this project. Thank you for sharing!

  18. Chaney
    Chaney at · Reply

    This is awesome! I’ve got some old typography letters I want to do a project with, and this is the perfect inspiration! (I posted about the letters here: http://richerfullerbe.blogspot.com/2013/02/barn-sales-what-came-home-with-me.html)

  19. Danielle
    Danielle at · Reply

    Finnnnallllyyyy getting to read this. This is a really cool project and I didn’t want to skip it. I love all the things that you do with metal stamp set; it makes me want to get one. Such a crisp and clean way to capture your family and the wood is going to get better with age. Speaking of which… who has the April birthday? We’ll be celebrating (almost) together. 🙂

  20. Bobi Jensen
    Bobi Jensen at · Reply

    I love wood slice projects!

    I have a weekend Link party if you’d care to join:
    http://www.bobijensen.com

  21. Marianne @NordicBliss
    Marianne @NordicBliss at · Reply

    This is one of the best and easiest DIYs I’ve seen in a long time. I am definitely saving this! Such a great idea Alex!

  22. Lauren @ The Thinking Closet
    Lauren @ The Thinking Closet at · Reply

    Somehow I missed this post! But Mark and I are on a wood craze these days, so you get bet I’ll be pinning this and sharing this with him to say, “Please, oh pretty please, can we remember to do this when we have kids?!” It looks great in the white shadow box, too. Another project well done, my friend.

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  25. Kim Woodward
    Kim Woodward at · Reply

    This is TOO COOL! I love the stamped dates and I’m borderline obsessed with the card. Wish I had seen that last week, I attended a wedding Saturday.

    I actually have a bunch of slices of wood that would be perfect for this project. Thank you for the inspiration. Stopping over from Kelly at View Along the Way.

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