DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 371

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 371 - Clay pot resurrection garden, tart tin coasters, antique sifter shelf, plus! Upcycled projects on funkyjunkinteriors.net
DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 371

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Hey!! Happy weekend!

It’s been a DIY kinda week around these parts. I finally implemented my own take on a rustic clock totally decked out in junk, AND ended revamping my indoor tool station, thanks to little squishy mason jars. Feeling accomplished!

In other exciting news… hmm. I don’t have any. 🙂 I’m currently trying to focus on what to work on next. Guess I’d better start cleaning again to get inspired! I’m still working on the ‘finish the house’ and ‘clean like you’re a vacation rental’ mantras, so my list is still very, very long. Currently trying to unload some junk to sell to lighten the load. Purging never stops for a collector, does it?

6 secrets to successful junk shopping from a past hoarder, by Funky Junk Interiors for eBay
Speaking of (over) collecting, I wrote a new post for eBay not published on my blog, on 6 Secrets To Successful Shopping From A Past Hoarder. (thank you if you click over! The visit helps support Funky Junk!)

Now to keep that non hoarding up… 🙂

So! Here are some gorgeous highlights from last week’s party…

Antique soil sifter shelf, by Life on Kaydeross Creek, featured on Funky Junk Interiors
Antique soil sifter shelf, by Life on Kaydeross Creek

If you are desiring a shelf with instant character, this genius soil sifter idea is it!

I have two! I think I’ll rethink how I”m currently using them after this beautiful project!

Image transferred food-themed farmhouse tray, by Homeroad, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Image transferred food-themed farmhouse tray, by Homeroad

This lovely tray design becomes effortless to recreate, thanks to a printable! Love this super clean subway styled look!

DIY baking tin cake stand, by Refresh Restyle, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

DIY baking tin cake stand, by Refresh Restyle

I am currently on the lookout for the perfect baking pan, thanks to this genius take on a farmhouse styled cake stand. LOVE how to like minded components can work so well together!

And then there’s that cake…

Repurposed window coffee table, by Marty's Musings, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Repurposed window coffee table, by Marty’s Musings

A classic old window is the perfect excuse to execute a new coffee table. Love the see through display case this design hosts!

Spring decorating in a farmhouse guest room, by Knick of Time, featured on Funky Junk Interiors
Spring decorating in a farmhouse guest room, by Knick of Time

One gaze through this charming guest room, which is actually a separate cottage, will have you looking through Air BNB listings wishing for availability! It’s like a super glam She-Shed!

Tin tart coasters, by Grillo Designs, featured on Funky Junk Interiors
Tin tart coasters, by Grillo Designs

So after you make that awesome cake stand, it’s time to serve coffee with these adorable coasters. Gah!! I love how striking the black and white graphics are against the tin.

Live Resurrection Garden. by Walking on Sunshine, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Live Resurrection Garden. by Walking on Sunshine

Get an indoor plant AND beautiful, heartfelt decor piece all-in-one with this lovely rendition of a resurrection garden using clay pots!

Oval frame Easter eggs, by Sadie Seasongoods, featured on Funky Junk Interiors
Oval frame Easter eggs, by Sadie Seasongoods

Yes, they DO look like Easter eggs! What a fabulous excuse to bring out the bright, vivid paint colours! Would make fun mini trays for easter as well!

Farmhouse sign and reclaimed wood clock with Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils
Farmhouse sign and reclaimed wood clock by Funky Junk Interiors

Because rustic clocks are such a thing right now, I had to, HAD TO implement my own twist to one. Now to find a real clock kit…

Table top indoor mini tool station, by funkyjunkinteriors.net
Table top turned indoor mini tool station, by Funky Junk Interiors

Squishy mason jars inspired a revamp of this table top turned mini tool station. Now I want one upstairs too!

What did you make this past week? Link up below!

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1. UpcycledDIY home decor projects only please. Items for sale must be in tutorial form on your blog. NO FOOD NOR NEW CRAFTS please.

2. Linkups must be your own work, not another’s.

3. Only projects new to this link party please. The themed linkup (if applicable) is an exception.

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  1. Thanks Donna for DIV 371. This week I limped in with a great little frame with an added graphic from Graphics Fairy, it has been a week of ‘getting stuff done’. Love all the storage areas you are creating, really great junk and useful too.
    Joy

  2. The link to the “6 Secrets To Successful Shopping From A Past Hoarder” article seems to go somewhere else – an equally interesting article that I am glad I got to see.

    Did I miss a step? I’d still like to read that article about shopping.

    • Hi Carol! You will need to be able to link to an online source. You could try a Facebook Biz Page, but a personal profile won’t work unless you’ve made it public for all to see. Basically, you just need an online place to link to that everyone can have access to. I’d love for you to join!

  3. Happy weekend & thanks for featuring my spring guest house, Donna! You must have read my mind, because I’ve seriously started thinking about renting it out, but probably just to hunters, since we are in a prime hunting area. I doubt they’ll appreciate my decor, but as long as they don’t drag mud in my guest room, I don’t care. 🙂