PJ 319 – BEST DIY salvaged junk projects
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Happy junk weekend, friends! Welcome back, and thanks for your visit, or popping in to link up your junky best this weekend!
This is the place where I generally throw a little update on myself from the past week. Instead, I’d like to ask you a question.
I realize if you don’t care to read these posts, you may never see this question. But I hope by the title, you will tune in regardless, and offer up your 2 cents.
Whether you are a linker upper, or just a reader, or both, do you continue to find value in these weekend link party styled posts? In what way?
Would you rather see a personal post by me on the weekends, or enjoy seeing what others around the net create for a change?
Is a weekly party link party too much? Would once a month be better? Leave it as is? Or none at all?
You won’t hurt me. 🙂 Please tell me like it is.
Things and needs change over time, so every year I like asking your input on this one.
Please don’t hold back… lemme know how you feel about this one. These posts are a lot of work to put together, and I wish to use my time wisely to give the majority of my readers what they’re after.
Thanks for chiming in on why YOU are here today! I’m listening.
I may do a survey on all posting on Funky Junk as well at some point, but I’d love to hear how important this one is for the partiers, as typically, the partiers don’t chime into the overall survey.
So… let’s junk!
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I’ve always felt that a reproduction looks more realistic if authentic materials are used. And such is the case with this gorgeous tray made with my stencils. Doesn’t this look like it was freshly ripped off a coffee crate?!
All details including the stencil details are in the link above.
The last time I thought of a mousetrap was back at the farm growing up. Sarah’s use of them for this magnetic memo board brought back some pretty cool memories! But I much prefer this kinda memory moving forward… 🙂 So creative!
Rustic pallet wood storage shelves, by Creatively Living
I simply adore how these rustic shelves made from pallet wood are supported. It’s the details that count!
DIY rustic pipe shelves and bathroom sign, by Cherished Bliss
This entire wall shelf vignette has great style! But I just love the metal influences through the pipe supports and the letters. Metal and wood… can there be a better combo?
Pallet wood wall art from vintage drawings, by Scavenger Chic
Art takes on a whole new level backed by pallet boards. I adore how these old prints are displayed! Imagine the possibilities with this one… anything in print can become a work of wall art!
Old signs for an office on a wall, by Funky Junk Interiors
So, what did you make this past week?
Bloggers, Link up your newest and coolest upcycles below… can’t wait to see what you’ve been up to!
Non bloggers, feel free to share your own junk projects on my Facebook page HERE! You may even find yourself featured there… 🙂
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(not mandatory by the way…) Right click the button above, save to desktop, upload into your blog post like a photo, apply a no-follow attribute, and attach this post’s url as a link to the picture.
~ 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 (if applicable) 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 a link back to you, or it’s own new LINK WIDGET with no additional permission required.