Generally, when I make driftwood wreaths, I accumulate left over "stumps" - which is my term for a piece of wood that has two cut ends. I don't throw them away - it is my feeling that everything which springs from our beautiful island has a purpose and can be our resource - in my workshop, nothing goes to waste. In fact many times I am inspired by the challenge of creating something beautiful out of my "leftovers."
This 24 Driftwood Stump Wreath is built on a 20 inch (1/8 inch thick) circular ring. It hangs by a strong (4mm thick) cotton cord. The hanger will not be seen when the wreath is hanging up. I would suggest using a mount such as an angled picture hanger for easiest and most secure hanging.
Two layers of driftwood are secured with three types of industrial adhesive. (I do not use nails or screws. I find that this better maintains the integrity of the wood.) And of course, the most unique and eye catching detail of this piece - the beautiful rainbow painted in acrylic within the inside ring.
This piece is filled with joy. It is a beautiful reminder of the power of a second chance. No rain, no rainbows.