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I sooo adore stars, especially if you can make them easily and quickly!
Here’s a fabulous collection of easy salvaged junk stars you could probably make with remnants at home right now!
Leave it to Becky to pile on random boards, creating a star worthy (had to) work of ART.
If you have a chunk of tin, you can have this star. Just cut one out! Tin snips would work if you didn’t have fancy tools. Thank Laurel’s husband for this cute thing! Love the dual rust/metal patina!
Julia is one lucky lady. Her husband whipped up some pallet wood creations for her, with one of them being this cool, rustic star. Don’t you love the deep tones?
Beth is another lucky gal. Her husband whipped up this star with plywood and reclaimed wood pieces. It stands a whoppin’ 42″! Isn’t it amazing? Excellent tutorial attached.
If you want a quick and easy star in 5 minutes, raid your firewood kindling pile, hot glue the pieces on the ends and you’re done! Click the tutorial for a quick fix if the wood doesn’t meet up at the end.
Have you created any salvaged junk Christmas stars?
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