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Craft Stick Sunburst Project

Craft Stick Sunburst Project

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I am lucky enough to have a craft room.  I converted my dining room, not long after we moved, into a space that I could call my own.  Having a dedicated craft room is amazing, I have space to work and create but I also have a lot of storage space.  This space, which is lovely, can easily hide years worth of craft supplies.  A dedicated craft room essentially allows me to be a craft hoarder, and I’m kind of ok with that.  Today I am joining a challenge to create a porject using all those hoarded craft supplies.  Just the motivation I need to sort through some items and make something beautiful.  I came up with this craft stick sunburst from supplies in the first bin I tackeled.  This means I need to tackel the next storage bin soon to create anothe project.  I love how this turned out and it didn’t cost a dime!

Craft Stick Sunburst Project 

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This craft stick sunburst was so easy to make, take a look at how I created it then use your favorite colors to create your own.

Craft Stick Sunburst Project step by step tutorial

I started with a collection of wide craft sticks and a hard plastic plate as my inspiration.  I grabbed a few of my favorite paint colors and began by painting the craft sticks.

I also used a small wood slice and painted it gold.  

When everything was dry I randomly glued the craft sticks to the plate to create a beautiful sunburst.  I added the gold wood slice to the center to finish it off.

Craft Stick Sunburst Project

This bright and cheery craft stick sunburst would be a nice compliment to a Sring mantle or a gallery wall.  However, my daughter has claimed it for her room so I’ll have to make another one.  

Feeling inspired?  Check out these other fabulous Craft Destash projects then head to your craft storage and create something beautiful.

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Show me what you’ve created using your hoarded craft supplies.  Drop a link in the comments or share something with me on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

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