5 unique ways to show off your sheds!

Large pile of shed deer antlers on a table. Antlers are close up and show different shades of brown.

In a recent survey by Fin & Field, over 80% of sportsmen reported that they enjoy shed hunting. In fact, almost 18% have even trained their dog to help out! Deer and elk shed hunting is an undeniably popular activity, and year over year people are seeking out these fallen antlers. In fact, if you are collecting sheds you may run into a problem of figuring out what to do with all those antlers.


Whether you are trying to figure out what to do with a special set of sheds or years worth of finds, here are some unique tips to get your antlers out of the garage and displayed proudly.


  1. Shelves – It is common to see a shelf adorned with antlers, this can be a good look especially when they are used to frame books, candles, heirlooms etc… But consider using the sheds to support the shelf itself!


  1. Frames – Use the antlers to make a picture frame or to frame a mirror. The options are endless, you can hang a mirror in your mudroom, frame your favorite hunt pictures, or adorn your man-cave wall with your favorite art.


  1. Chandelier – People pay top dollar for antler chandeliers. But how great to have one made from sheds you personally found.


  1. Lamps – Similar to a chandelier, your sheds can make a great table lamp. And building one yourself is a great way to practice for making a grand chandelier.


  1. Sculpture – Finally, with a little imagination the sky’s the limit. Your 3D shed sculpture can be functional or purely artistic. Check out these sculptures for a little inspiration.


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