This great idea for a unique take on the traditional family tree was submitted to
Popytalk by Erika, the daughter of one of their readers. When it comes to the overall look of the project, beyond being impressed that the shapes for such a convincing and large tree were cut out freehand using cork shelf liner, I love how the mismatched frames make the whole thing feel timeless and inviting. Though the design itself looks very neat and professional, it’s actually a simple and inexpensive project that can be put together over a weekend!

Haley Pierson-Cox

Haley Pierson-Cox

Brooklyn-based DIY from a Gal in Granny Glasses

  • Amanda Denton

    This is amazing!! I want to know what kind of paper or fabric was used to make the tree?

  • Kim W

    I’ve done a tree like this in my daughters jungle nursery. Hooks instead
    Of pictures with monkeys and gorillas hanging from them. It’s super cute

  • Sherrie

    How did you attach the cork to the wall?

  • http://www.thezenofmaking.com Haley Pierson-Cox

    I’m not sure, but if you follow the link to the original post and ask there, they might be able to help!