Wood "cookies" - or cross-cut sections of wood - are increasingly popular for weddings and home decor, achieving a simple, rustic look for cake platters, coasters, table decor, wall decor, and name place settings.
The only problem: freshly cut wood can crack and split when it dries, ruining your beautiful creations. If you decide to make your own wood cookie projects, use Pentacryl (and follow the steps here) to keep your wood "cookies" from cracking!
In the meantime, you can be inspired by all these wood slice projects that we’ve been finding on Pinterest. From buttons to garden paths, tabletop decor to coasters, wedding decor to Christmas ornaments made from your own tree, it's easy to see why these wood slices – or “wood cookies” – are so popular for crafting right now.
They add a touch of the outdoors to your table, some country rustic decor to your home or patio, and transform your holiday decor with natural, creative projects.
A few of our Pinterest favorites are shown below… we’re not sure how these folks made their Wood Slices, but we use our Green Wood Stabilizer, Pentacryl, to keep wood slices from cracking and lasting for years to come!