Artwork of Blacksmith Michael Leggett | Log Home Living

Blacksmith & Artist Michael LeggettView Blacksmith Michael Leggett’s work here.

by: Katherine Schuster | Log Home Living

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 Blacksmith Michael Leggett at Work

Wagon Wheel 

 Wrought-Iron Design

 Fish Sculpture

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Artist Profile | Blacksmith Michael Leggett | Log Home Living

Artist Profile:
Blacksmith Michael Leggett
With heredity by his side, Alabama native Michael Leggett discovers a hidden talent — and new career — as a blacksmith.
by: Katherine Schuster | Log Home Living

Humble Beginnings Michael Leggett is a blacksmith prodigy. Self-taught in many areas of the craft, it’s sort of a fluke he became involved with it […]

Step 4 | Applying Finishing Touches | How-To: Make a Woodland Candle Holder

How To:
Make a Woodland Candle Holder
Step 4: Finishing Touches
by: Leah Kerkman | Log Home Design

Step 4: Applying the Tissue Paper Layer

Once the first layer of glue is dry, you’re ready to apply the layer of tissue paper over the botanicals.Rip the tissue paper into small pieces, about one inch wide or tall. Ripping is preferred […]

Step 3 | Gluing the Botanicals | How-To: Make a Woodland Candle Holder

How To:
Make a Woodland Candle Holder
Step 3: Gluing the Botanicals
by: Leah Kerkman | Log Home Design

Step 3: Gluing on Your Botanicals

Using the foam brush, apply a thin layer of the decoupaging glue to the glass container. Place your botanical on the glass, then carefully brush another thin layer of glue over the leaf, fern, flower, […]

Step 2 | Designing Your Candle Holder | How-To: Make a Woodland Candle Holder

How To:
Make a Woodland Candle Holder
Step 2: Designing Your Candle Holders
by: Leah Kerkman | Log Home Design

Step 2: Designing Your Candleholders

Map out your design. The first layer will be your botanicals, which will then be covered by a layer of glue and tissue paper. Place the botanicals you want to work with on the glass […]

How To: Make a Woodland Candle Holder | Do-It-Yourself Craft Projects | Homemade Decor

How To: Make a Woodland Candle Holder
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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 package)—

Decoupaging glue. We used Mod Podge. ($2.89 for 8 […]

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 package) — Decoupaging glue. We used Mod Podge. ($2.89 […]

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

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 “Goddess of the Changing Seasons totem pole”

“Buddha totem pole”

 “Baldassi full wooden table”

 “Behr Tung oil finish”

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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 an interest […]