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  1. Step 1 | Gathering Your Supplies | How-To: Make a Woodland Candle Holder

    How To: Make a Woodland Candle Holder Step 1: Gather Your Supplies by: Leah Kerkman | Log Home Design     Step 1: Gather Your Supplies What You’ll Need: —An assortment of botanicals. Small leaves, ferns and pressed flowers all work great. (free) —Scissors. — Assorted tissue paper. Light colors work best. ($1.99 for a […]

  2. Step-by-Step: How to Make a Woodland Candle Holder | Do-It-Yourself Decor

    How To: Make a Woodland Candle Holder Printable Version: Do-It-Yourself Decor Ideas by: Leah Kerkman | Log Home Design     Step 1: Gather Your Supplies What You’ll Need: —An assortment of botanicals. Small leaves, ferns and pressed flowers all work great. (free) —Scissors. — Assorted tissue paper. Light colors work best. ($1.99 for a […]

  3. Photos of Wood Sculptures | James Andison | Artist Profile

    Photos of Art: James Andison Sculptor James Andison creates pieces infused with religious and cultural influences, while conveying his love of nature—and especially, wood. by: Katherine Schuster | Log Home Living Return to "Artist Profile – James Andison" main page  "Goddess of the Changing Seasons totem pole" "Buddha totem pole"  "Baldassi full wooden table"  "Behr […]

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    Artist Profile | James Andison | Artist & Sculptor | “Divine Intervention”

    Artist Profile: James Andison Sculptor James Andison creates pieces infused with religious and cultural influences, while conveying his love of nature—and especially, wood. by: Katherine Schuster | Log Home Living Humble Beginnings Though you’d never know it by looking at his intricate designs, it’s completely accidental that James Andison began sculpting wood. He always had […]

  5. Faux Bois Mug | Clare’s Wares | Rustic Table Decor

    Faux Bois Mug | Cabin Decor Clare’s Wares | April 2008 | Log Home Living by: Clare Martin Wooded Bliss When it comes to decor, there’s nothing worse than going overboard—a little bit of a theme goes a long way. Case in point: These faux bois mugs from Room Service Home, which showcase detailed wood-like […]

  6. Pinecone Salt & Pepper Shakers | Clare’s Wares | Rustic Table Decor

    Salt & Pepper Shakers | Cabin Decor Clare’s Wares | April 2008 | Log Home Living by: Clare Martin Pining Away Salt and pepper shakers might be a small detail on your dining table, but a pair of whimsical ones possesses the power to take your tablescape from dud to delight. That’s one reason I […]

  7. Rustic Copper Chargers | Clare’s Wares | Rustic Table Decor

    Copper Chargers | Cabin Decor Clare’s Wares | April 2008 | Log Home Living by: Clare Martin Taking Charge Reclaimed copper gives Arhaus’ chargers a weathered, variegated patina that would look as at home in a Western lodge as it would in an Adirondack camp. In other words, no matter what tableware you choose to […]

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    Rustic Table Decor | Clare’s Wares | Cabin Decor Ideas

    This month’s theme: Table Talk Once all of your big purchases (dining table, sofa, antler chandelier) are out of the way, it’s time to start concentrating on the nitty gritty—like tableware, for instance. The last thing you want to do is ruin the rustic aesthetic you’ve worked so hard to create by setting the table […]

  9. Images of Art | Reclaimed Timber Sculptures | Dan Schuster

    Artist Profile: Craft Sculptor Dan Schuster View Dan Schuster’s reclaimed lumber sculptures here. by: Katherine Schuster | Log Home Living Return to "Artist Profile – Dan Schuster" main page  "It was old and Outdated, But Where They Were Time Stood Still" "Snickers the Dog Remembrance Box"  "Wanted to Be A Carpenter But Lacked Opposable Thumbs" […]

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    Artist Profile | Dan Schuster | Reclaimed Wood Sculptor & Artist

    Artist Profile: Craft Sculptor Dan Schuster Crafting sculptures out of shipping pallets and other vintage lumber, this Iowa native puts a new spin on folk art. by: Katherine Schuster | Log Home Living Humble Beginnings Dan Schuster isn’t just an artist; he’s also an art director, graphic designer, advertiser and father. When he first began […]

  11. Hanging Tin Lights | Clare’s Wares | Decor Made From Tin

    Hanging Tin Lights | Cabin Decor Clare’s Wares | March 2008 | Log Home Living by: Clare Martin Made in the Shade Bright track lights may be functional in certain parts of the house, but a low-wattage glow is much better for recalling the cozy interiors of pioneer cabins. You don’t have to eschew electricity […]

  12. Salvaged Tin Stars | Clare’s Wares | Decor Made From Tin

    Salvaged Tin Stars | Cabin Decor Clare’s Wares | March 2008 | Log Home Living by: Clare Martin Star Quality Tin barn stars (first used as a calling card by Amish barn builders in the 19th century) have enjoyed quite a resurgence in recent years—it’s almost impossible to visit an antique store or flip through […]

  13. Punched Tin Panel | Clare’s Wares | Decor Made From Tin

    Punched Tin Panel | Cabin Decor Clare’s Wares | March 2008 | Log Home Living by: Clare Martin Expert Panel Who can resist the old-fashioned allure of a simple pie safe with a punched-tin door? I certainly can’t—but I also don’t have much spare cash lying around to purchase an authentic version of my own. […]

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    Decor Made From Tin | Clare’s Wares | Tin Decor for Log Homes

    This month’s theme: Perfect Tin Nothing evokes the feeling of the old frontier quite like sturdy tin. Cut and punched into decorative shapes and patterns, this malleable metal was one of the hallmarks of decor among early American settlers. Here are a few of my favorite picks for adding a dash of pioneer spirit to […]

  15. Thanksgiving Resources | Happy Thanksgiving | From LogHome.com

    LogHome.com is pleased to wish you a safe, healthy and happy Thanksgiving holiday. After you’ve finished up with your traditions—whatever they may be—please enjoy these Thanksgiving resources we’ve found for you. Leftover Turkey Recipes (and more!) Put your leftovers to good use with one of these Thanksgiving recipes—favorites include turkey soups, turkey casseroles, turkey chili, […]

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    How To: Make a Holiday Wreath | Do-It-Yourself Cabin Decor Ideas

    How To: Make a Holiday Wreath Leah’s Ideas | Homemade Decor by: Leah Kerkman | Log Home Design      How to Make a Holiday Wreath: Follow these step-by-step instructions to create a beautiful holiday wreath. What You’ll Need Prepping the Wreath Determining Design Finishing Touches Printable Version: Making a Holiday Wreath Leah’s Ideas Archives: […]

  17. Step 4 | Apply Finishing Touches | How To Make a Holiday Wreath

    Step 4: Put on the Finishing Touches How To: Make a Holiday Wreath by: Leah Kerkman | Log Home Design     Step 4: Putting on the Finishing Touches You’ll still probably have some gaps between your three rings of cones. This is where your smaller pinecones come in. Use them to fill in the […]

  18. Step 3 | Plan, Design and Assemble | How To Make a Holiday Wreath

    Step 3: Plan, Design and Assemble the Wreath How To: Make a Holiday Wreath by: Leah Kerkman | Log Home Design     Step 3: Plan, Design and Assemble the Wreath First, if the wreath you purchased doesn’t yet have a loop to use as a hanger, create one now before you start gluing on […]

  19. Step 2 | Prep the Wreath | How To Make a Holiday Wreath

    Step 2: Prep the Wreath How To: Make a Holiday Wreath by: Leah Kerkman | Log Home Design     Step 2: Prep the Wreath In a ventilated area (outside works best), spray adhesive to cover the front of your straw wreath. Working quickly, cover the tacky surface with an even layer of Spanish moss, […]

  20. Step 1 | Gather Your Supplies | How To Make a Holiday Wreath

    Step 1: Gather Your Supplies How To: Make a Holiday Wreath by: Leah Kerkman | Log Home Design     Step 1: Gather Your Supplies What You’ll Need: —An assortment of pinecones in different sizes. You can purchase these at a craft store if you don’t have pinecones available to you. (free) —Straw wreath ($1.99) […]


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