It’s unavoidable! A tree has to be removed and what’s left behind can be unattractive. But tree stumps don’t have to leave a bad mark in your yard. With a little ingenuity, repurpose tree stumps can become a functional or artistic focal point of any space or room.
Tree Stump Ideas
Looking for a fun weekend wood project that everyone can enjoy? Make some ornaments, vases, chalkboards, coasters, and magnets from a re-purposed tree stump. If you discover that you’re still stumped on what to do with that old tree stump in your yard, a Rochester tree specialist can help.
DIY Table Lamp
For this table lamp project, you’ll need a nice-looking tree stump, an electric drill, a lampshade, and a cord set.
Useful and simple, all you have to do is bury a little in the ground to prevent them from tipping up, and you have a comfortable play area.
Stump Stepping Stones
If you’ve just removed a tree, you have lots of wood left behind. A stump stepping stone pathway is the perfect way to repurpose the stump while bringing functionality and personality to your garden.
A tree stump is an incredible material to work with. It doesn’t need a lot of change to get a polished look. A stump can be converted to a nightstand or coffee table. You might have to sand it and spray paint on it to give it some color, but that’s it. Choose your DIY and get going!
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