DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 409 – everyday and organizing!

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 409 - Cow printable tin cans, winter candles, raised print signs, kitchen windchime, plus! Features and NEW junk projects on funkyjunkinteriors.net

Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 409

Every Friday, 7 PM through Wednesday 11 PM Pacific

Hello everyone! And a happy new organizing-to-come year to you!

So, a little surprise today. Remember way back when this party hosted 2 linkups? One regular and one themed? Let’s try that again! So you’ll see one link up with our new projects AND I’d love for you to also share your fav junk organizing posts from the past!

I know we are all in the midst of cleaning up Christmas and wondering where on earth to put it all once again…. so here’s hoping this idea helps cheer you on in the right direction!

Much to my own surprise, my own cleaning efforts seemed to inspire lately…

Reshuffling and repainting of a photo studio | funkyjunkinteriors.net

Reshuffling and painting the photo studio

Over Christmas through New Years I was literally stuck at home with an ice storm. So I wandered to this messy room and just started… but the key to it working was finding a reasonable place to stop…

Need a little push? This post may help!

And now, here are some cool highlights from last weekend’s party

Easy paper covered tin can storage by 1915 House, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Easy paper covered tin can storage by 1915 House

The bark got me too, but don’t let it fool you… this is a beautifully clever tin can hide that has limitless options!

Rustic winter or Christmas candle and branch centrepiece by Cedar Hill Farmhouse , featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Rustic winter or Christmas candle and branch centrepiece by Cedar Hill Farmhouse

If you’re struggling with bare spaces after Christmas, consider some simple tweaks to make it work. This candle centrepiece is so fitting for the wintery months! The flames promise warmth, while walking through the cool and crisp forest bound trail… what a great story.

Farmhouse cow themed tin can planters and storage by Knick of Time, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Farmhouse cow themed tin can planters and storage by Knick of Time

Now, these tin cans share a different secret. Inspired by some actual cow labels, this post showcases some cow label printables so you can make your own. Farmhouse decadent or what!

 

Kitchen utensil wind chime by Junk 4 Joy, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Kitchen utensil wind chime by Junk 4 Joy

Anything old and gritty gets my attention. And this kitchen themed wind chime does just that. Makes me want to start collecting the red and white handled pieces once again…

Pantry crates and bins by Cherished Bliss, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Pantry crates and bins by Cherished Bliss

What does YOUR pantry look like? I can attest, mine looks nothing like this. The secret’s all about the bigger labeled bins and crates! Pretty to look at open storage fix too.

Drywall compound textured signs by A Vintage Green, part of best of 2017, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Drywall compound textured signs by A Vintage Green, part of best of 2017

Joy has been one busy sign maker this past year. One of her features showcases how to achieve a textured image through drywall compound! This post showcases many other best of 2017 features.

A special thank-you for doing such justice to my stencils Joy, and for commenting on every party post! You are my hero. And my Canadian neighbour too! 

Toolbox hot cocoa station by Salvaged Sister and Mister, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Toolbox hot cocoa station by Salvaged Sister and Mister

Kinda makes you say, “Why didn’t I think of that?” out loud, doesn’t it? Beautiful red toolboxes that offer stackable space have a new place in my own heart!

What have you made this past week? Link up in the 1st!

Got a fav past organizing project or 3? Link up in the 2nd!

Party Highlights on Pinterest from Party Junk.53 PM

~ Blah blah linkup rules ~

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. Repeats are welcome in secondary themed linkups only.

4. By linking up here, you’re cool with me featuring you on my blog,  Pinterest, Twitter, FJI Facebook with a link back to you, or its own new LINK WIDGET with no additional permission required.

5. No need to link back! Pinning the first image instead would be very appreciated. Thank you! : )

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  1. Thanks Donna for including my sign/year end post in your features this week. That was a fun sign to play around with.

    Thanks for your 409th DIY Salvaged Junk Projects. Mostly my post was about using up pieces of wood and stuff to make ‘somewhere’ to keep ‘some things’.

    Sort of organization but mostly making somewhere where organization could happen.

    Your frozen truck was beautiful – and frozen!

    Then I went back to your white room post – it is wonderful – a place that is ready to be used for photo shoots. LOVE it. Its a dream of a space.

    Happy 2018 New Year.

    Joy

  2. Donna,
    I love when you do themed parties! But I also love that you’re still doing the weekly party, too, since our current projects don’t always coincide with the theme:) Thanks for always having new ideas and constantly improving your game! You are a great example for us all!

  3. I’m over here tryina’ get organized and look at what you did!!! yippie! thanks for this theme, Miss Donna… I’m sure to get some great ideas from everyone who shares!

    I shared two of my most popular homewardFOUND past organization projects: my design studio, created from salvaged + thrifted goodies along with what i already had; and the ‘i can’t stand this mess anymore’ pantry project i did after we moved into this house – a bunch of unused baking pans and forgotten baskets were CHEAP and worked perfectly! now i can find the chocolate 😉 ~deb