DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 356
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It’s been a super quiet this past week here. Have you noticed?
I’ve started a few things, written a few things, but having been out of town a fair bit, it’s a little like my life of late has been a freshly baked Christmas cookie with super good intentions, only it got half iced along the way.
Hey, even my metaphors are Christmas themed… I do what I can…
It’s like, as soon as I started writing, something changed to change that story anyway. Couldn’t keep up.
So I had to forgive myself, and leave the icing jar on the counter, (praying it wouldn’t harden up completely) and just eat the cookies that were done.
Just take one day at a time.
I guess it’s yet another lesson. Sometimes our time isn’t gifted to us… it needs to go elsewhere.
Thankfully, your gorgeous junk projects greatly pick up the slack once again. Thank you!
Don’t let your eyes fool you on this one. You MUST visit this post to see what this incredible creation was made from. Or around. Seriously genius! What would you make out of one?
Flannel shirt door draft stopper, by Sadie Seasongoods
Chilly? Instead of wearing that flannel shirt to keep warm, maybe we should be jamming it against that drafty door or window instead! LOVE this look!
Teacup Christmas trees, by Thrifty Rebel Vintage
I love the look of adorable bottle brush trees, but I love the tea cup stands even more! Seriously sweet.
DIY jute webbing garland on a farmhouse Christmas tree in a crate, by My Creative Days
Put away the ornaments this round. This pretty webbing styled garland really brings out the rustic, neutral charm in this farmhouse styled Christmas tree. And the crate really makes this sing, don’t you think? Elegance and rustic all in one.
Illuminated LED lit Christmas deer head wall art, by Pillar Box Blue
With illumination being HOT for Christmas, this deer head art work is so perfect! Chimes in so well with the season, but really can be left up year around as well.
Doesn’t it fondly remind you of Lite Brite?
Folded magazine Christmas tree, by A Vintage Green
Joy has more patience than I have had lately, but I’m glad she took the time to fold all those magazine pages. Just a reminder that Christmas ornaments do not need to come from glittery packages. Pick up that magazine, flip on Netflix, and start folding!
Window screen coffee sign, by Organized Clutter
Carlene is up to her genius sign making ways of late again. She combined 3 different stencils on to this double window screen for a seriously cool, coffee themed message.
Add a row of hooks for mugs on the sides, and it’s seriously coffee time!
Cutest rustic wreath you say? Wait till you see what’s holding it together! So clever.
This post also showcases a few different wreath ideas using the same theme. Time to visit an office supply place pronto…
I LOVE when a typical thrift store find becomes a NEED. This advent calendar idea is the coolest idea EVER.
I also love how the truck ornament was created, piece by piece. That in itself is a seriously cool project!
So, what did you make this past week? Link up below!
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