Here are 50 ideas, create stools for your dining room table. Make a coat rack with a branch. Use branches and twigs to create a curtain rod and supports. Make rolling side tables out of tree stumps.
Don't throw those thin, dry twigs in the trash. Tie beautiful black ribbons on their branches and make them highlight the beauty of your interiors. One of the least time-consuming DIY tree branch projects without a doubt. You can divide a real tree branch into a photo frame and create an eccentric wall art.
To make this wall art, you'll need a tree branch, wooden frames and glue. You can buy the frames or create your own with fine pieces of wood. Large trunks can be hollowed out to create pots for flowers or vegetables. Sticks and twigs can be woven into fences to protect garden beds from rabbits and other small animals.
Smaller diameter branches are good trellises for growing vines. If you have a large number of branches to dispose of, rent a wood shredder for a day. Pour the wood onto a tarp and then spread the wood chips around the perennials as moisture-saving mulch. Use only a 1-inch thick layer of chips as mulch and sprinkle the mulch with a handful of fertilizer to recover the nitrogen that the chips can use as they decompose.
Check with the city council or county government office to find out whether or not your community operates a wood shredder for citizens and whether or not you can donate branches to be chipped to plant properties in the city or county. We'll let you know if your tree can be recovered with professional care or if it's time to have it removed. So you live among trees and don't know what to do with falling branches and felled trees. Maybe you just want to grab a few sticks to grill marshmallows or like snowman arms before the rest of the wood is removed from the tree felling.
Or you can offer the tree to someone else; there are many carpenters and furniture makers who will be happy to remove a tree from your hands.