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2) Drill holes into a bat and attach painted pegs to hang a collection of hats or use as a coat hanger.
3) Turn four bats upside down, and using screws, attach a piece of plywood cut into a small circle to use as a table top. Paint the wood circle white and add painted "stitching" to resemble a baseball.
4) Decopauge color copies of baseball cards onto a lamp shades; the fronts of dresser drawers; or even a wood cornice.
5) Stencil the names of famous baseball fields around the top of the room for a border, or above the chair rail, i.e. Wrigley Stadium - New York City, etc.
6) Stencil the names of famous players - Babe Ruth, Mark Macgwire, etc.
7) Sew pillows using baseball team penants. Use the original pointed shapes for whimsey. Outgrown baseball jerseys can also be made into fun pillows. Simply sew the neck and sleeves closed, stuff, and hand stitch the bottom closed.
8) Frame your child's (or if you're lucky)- your child's father's - baseball jerseys.
9) Remember how your parents used to save your baby shoes by having them plated with gold - well, working with that idea, have your child's baseball cleats or baseball glove hardened to preserve, but ask that they stay in their original form and color.
2)Bent twig furniture pieces will echo the tree theme. Make soft, cozy cushions for comfort.
3)To add a bit of 3-D whimsey, mount some small birdhouses on the wall. Paint 1x4's cut at varying heights using the same paints as you used for the tree trunk. Mount the birdhouses at the top of the "poles." (You may need to cut the birdhouse in half.) Paint vines and wildflowers growing up and around the pole. Add two or three different birdhouses at varying heigths.
4)Make a headboard from small limbs by making a frame and adding a few cross bars. Secure directly to the wall using metal screws, and butt the matress right under to look as if your "headboard" is actually attached to the bed. Add some silk foilage and wisps of moss for realism.