Welcome to Party Junk 226 – New things that look old
Every Friday, 7PM through Sunday 11 PM Pacific
Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of Party Junk!
First off, I have a confession. I really miss the link parties starting later on Fridays. The later time offers me more time to blog about other things before the all weekend link party fires up. Being that Saturday and Sunday days are available for viewing, I hope you understand! So going forward, we will be returning back to Friday 7pm Pacific, which may alter from time to time to help work around certain events.
New Things That Look Old
This weekend is a little special. I’ve recently been challenged to create projects with brand new crafts.
Most will know, this isn’t my typical ‘thing’. I love a good repurposed project and the older looking the better. So I took on the challenge to see how I could possibly make my own antiques.
Here’s what I came up with…
This little crate may look like it’s seen better days to some, but to me, it’s flawless just the way it is today. 🙂
Here’s how I antiqued brand new mason jar lids to look old and galvanized. They are nearly dead ringers for an old lid I had laying around. Did they convince you?
Pairing a vintage ironing board and old door to a few new crafts displayed repurposed style, this little message centre is loaded with organizing ideas any junker would love! Click the link to take it all in.
The reason I did these crafts was for a very special event transpiring this weekend. 100 bloggers will be visiting 100 Michaels craft stores for the Michaels Hometalk Pinterest Party Event! We’ve been busy creating all week long. So here are a few others that had a repurposed feel to them…
I LOVE how these new bottles have an ‘old wine bottle’ feel to them. Add some chalkboard labels, a super cool crate and vanilla sugar, and you have something super gorgeous to display or give away as a gift. Adore!
Laurel’s new take to old aqua mason jars got me. Adding some stencils and chalkboard labels just made them all that much endearing. Wouldn’t these look amazing illuminating a sunny window sill?
Just like antiques, sometimes you can just stack old looking things and have them done without crafting a thing. The little chalkboard banner just sweetened the deal. Nicely done, Melissa!
When I first laid eyes on Kim’s chalkboard clipboards, I wanted them immediately! So charming framed out with that old window.
Susan’s charming little chalkboards hung banner style chime in perfectly with her surrounding antiques! I also adore how the string was treated… scrapalicious!
These are only a few of the amazing projects that were belted out this week. The rest deserved some limelight as well. If you are one that dabbles with brand new crafts, you will LOVE these! Check them out below!
Have you made your own ‘antiques’ (newtiques?) out of new supplies?
Link them up in this weekend’s themed linkup below!
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~ Party Junk blah blah linkup rules ~
1. Upcycled, DIY home projects only please. Items for sale must be in tutorial form on your blog.
2. Linkups must be your own work, not another’s.
3. Only projects new to Party Junk please. The themed linkup is an exception.
4. By linking up here, you’re cool with me featuring you on my blog, Pinterest, Twitter, FJI Facebook and I Love That Junk with no additional permission required and add your link to like minded themed linkups.
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Below is a collection of all the other crafts that were created for the Michaels Hometalk Pinterest Event. Check the listing HERE to see if a blogger will be in your local Michaels store!