You can use forest faces on any tree. For the smoothest effect, mount a forest face on a tree with bark that matches the color of the forest face product.
Forest faces are decorative ornaments for trees. They usually consist of eyes, a nose and a mouth that you attach to a tree to give it a face. Forest faces are typically made from weather-resistant materials like garden stone or resin. You can mount most kinds of forest face using steel nails and hooks. Hammer nails into the tree for each part of the face, then use the hooks to attach them.
Garden.com offers forest faces with a variety of expressions and personalities. Some of these whimsical designs include beards and glasses. Sports fans may enjoy sports-themed forest faces that are decorated with different team logos. TrulyMadlyGarden.com sells forest faces for large and small trees. One model includes a wider mouth with enough space to serve as a bird feeder.
Stolloween.com offers instructions on how to make your own forest face using cardboard, a scroll saw, plywood and papier mache. The first step is to create a face template and transfer it to the plywood. Cut the shapes out of the plywood with the scroll saw. Sculpt the face's features onto the wooden shapes with papier mache clay. Add a layer of black latex paint and a layer of oak stain when the clay is dry.