DIY salvaged Junk Projects 345
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Don’t you love the start of a Friday? I love how my phone stops ringing compared to the rest of the week. It’s as if the weekend promises downtime, so you can play moreso at your own leisure, rather than beating deadlines or the clock.
And I can’t wait to fill you in on what I’m going to do with this weekend… more after it transpires!
Which day of the week is your fav, and why?
This past week, I was relatively productive. I told you about my new bidding hobby that is helping loosen up the load around here, as well as harvested a hydrangea bush that landed on my fireplace mantel. Whoop! Finally some fall decor!
Other things are slowly transpiring, although it’s slow moving. 3 new ‘all season’ stencil releases are coming soon, so that means, a few more projects are transpiring in the house. Yes!
We also have a new coffee shop in town that’s all about reclaimed decorating. Coffee AND junk! What mix could possibly be better? I’ll try and snag some shots of it at some point to show you.
I’ve also done some weeding, and flowerbed enhancing. Now where are those pictures again…
Lots of fun to come! Until then, thanks again for coming by with your own junk!
Here’s a few fab highlights from last week..
If you love pumpkins, but don’t care for the slimy carving part, perhaps this adorable reclaimed version is more for you! Aren’t these gorgeous? Love the branch stems and varying heights.
This rustic coffee table is not one of those high priced rail way cart coffee tables. This is made from a DOLLY! Coolest base idea ever! Great instructions on how to build this entire thing from scratch.
The first thing that came to mind when I scrolled through this fall home tour is simplicity with normal, gorgeous things. It doesn’t scream FALL DECOR, but yet with the warmth of the woods and antiques, you certainly ‘feel’ it. The simplicity also allows your attention to draw towards the main focuses, in this case the shutters.
Take your time through this scroll and focus on the star of the show in each picture. Delightful!
Less truly is more.
If you love rustic, wooden signs, don’t overlook the lowly cutting board. I’ve started collecting them myself. They don’t take much room, and the surface is well loved. As in this perfect case, for an instant coffee mug older sign.
If you are an industrial farmhouse lover, this super cool metal pumpkin DIY is for you!
Shed turned whimsical playhouse, on Lolly Jane
If you have an outdoor shed that’s just sitting there storing junk you no longer need, you may want to consider turning it into a little getaway instead. In this case, a kid’s playroom. This one’s a must peek!
This round, I allowed a newly harvested hydrangea bush to dictate my fall colours. And here’s what transpired after the ENTIRE BUSH landed on my mantel…
So, what did you make this past week? Link up below!
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1. Upcycled, DIY home projects only please. Items for sale must be in tutorial form on your blog.
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3. Only projects new to this link party please. The themed linkup (if applicable) is an exception.
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