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When I came across these birch bark beads from BirchBarkBeads on Etsy, I just had to share them. I love their organic roughness, their varied colorations, their just plain natural prettiness. They …
Barbara Martineau saved to crafts
All across the circumpolar regions, indigenous people utilized thin strips of bark to weave all sorts of things from baskets, pouches, sheaths, and...
Nikki Elizabeth saved to vävning av björkbark
Until retirement, Lisa Winter never planned on becoming an artist. Born and raised in Thunder Bay, Winter spent the first 33 years of her professional life working for the provincial public service before pursuing her late-in-life dream of becoming an artist. “I really had no interest in art for most...
Dee Robinson saved to paint
Harvesting Birch Bark: Birch bark is a lovely material that can be woven, folded, and lashed into a great variety of projects. If done mindfully, birch bark can be sustainably harvested without permanently damaging trees. The images in this Instructable were ta…
Melanie Lindsey saved to medieval housekeeping
I’m back again with some of my favourite tree themed creations as inspiration for September’s theme challenge. If you missed it, this mo...
Aspen Silverotter saved to Textures
Birch bark is used for a variety of purposes, from making jewelry to building canoes. Many people enjoy working with this type of wood due to its versatility, water resistance and rot resistance. However, birch bark needs softening to make working with it easier.
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7 · How to Make Birch Bark Flour & Shortbread Cookies Recipe ~ Wild Foraged Flour
Baking & Spices
- • 1/4 cup Birch bark flour
- • 3/4 cup Flour, white
- • 1 pinch Sea salt
- • 1/4 cup Sugar
- • 1/2 cup Butter
Wholesome Yum saved to All Around Pinterest
Jewelry can take many forms and can be created using a wide variety of materials. For example, you can make a pendant or a ring from precious metals such as silver or gold, or you can make similar pieces of jewelry using the bark of a Birch tree.
Amy Hughes saved to Crafts
as our next introduction, BAM VT, because art matters vermont, would like to present mark catman, a resident of pawlet, vt. he lives in “the brightest colored house” in town. right be…
Judith Somers saved to Baskets