PJ 309 features DIY Christmas Signs!
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Hello, and welcome back to another weekend full of great junk!
Being that everyone’s currently in high Christmas gear, this weekend’s linkup is special!
Who doesn’t love a Christmas sign? I just fired up a new Christmas Signs board on Pinterest HERE and each pin goes WILD!
So… here’s where you come in.
Have you been making Christmas signs? There’s a special themed linkup for you at the bottom of this post! So link up for a chance to land in that pretty board! 🙂
First up, I’d love to showcase some gorgeous work by bloggers that have been busy creating with my own stencil line…
The reason I came up with this line is so others could easily output their own signs with well designed sharp, clean lines, easily done, pro looking all the way. Not to mention sooo quick to make for resale.
And the great news is, most report the signs sell out of their shops. What a testimony! What’s your own experience with the stencils? Chime in comments, I’d love to hear! And feel free to ask questions, suggest others, anything you wish.
So… here’s some stunning results… and if I’ve missed you, please link up!
Hot chocolate station gift, by Homeroad
Susan found an instant way to create a hostess gift… this portable Hot Cocoa station would fit in the smallest of spaces and be so handy after Christmas too!
Love great looking chalkboard messages but not a great hand letterer? Me neither. But Laurel figured out a way to get a crisp pro look with no chalk in sight! My mind is going crazy with all that’s possible at this rate!
Carole came up with a super unique way to incorporate a dash of nature with her own Christmas Hot Cocoa sign… she had me at branches…
Hot cocoa OPEN sign by My Salvaged Treasures
Betsy’s wicked ways with whimsical take divided this once squarish stencil design into a horizontal format, plus added a tiny chalkboard open sign for good measure… to a chunk of drawer. Isn’t this gorgeous?
Christmas blend hot cocoa sign, by Homeroad
Beef up an old sign with added apparatus… I love how Susan mounted this hot coca Christmas sign to chime in with a ready made mug holder! Clever!
Laurel took advantage of a tree stencil, and created an entire coat hook area around it, utilizing thrift store found wooden trees. I just died.
And you can bet I’m kicking myself for giving my tall wooden trees to a thrift store… Laurel! Where were you then?! Guess I’ll just make some now… 🙂
Coffee tote with Christmas coasters / Funky Junk Interiors
Know a coffee lover? You could send me a reclaimed toolbox filled with coffee anytime you like! Don’t forget the cheap and easy scrap wood coasters…
Sleigh Rides Christmas card holder / Funky Junk Interiors
A sleigh rides sign gets all themed up and does something special for Christmas…
rustic hot cocoa station / Funky Junk Interiors
Hot cocoa goes rustic, with this old crate and wood station…
Ski lodge entry sign / Funky Junk Interiors
You don’t have to ski to pretend your on the hills…
Theme up an entry way instantly with a Christmas sign… just add… rusty S hooks?
If you love the grain sack look, make your own pillows in minutes, with this stencil AND sand bags from the hardware store!
Hot Cocoa tray on a trunk / Funky Junk Interiors
A little reclaimed wood can make an instant tray, sweetened up with a Christmas sign, of course!
You can make any of these signs easy with stencils, found HERE.
Bloggers, Link up your newest and coolest upcycles below… can’t wait to see what you’ve been up to!
Non bloggers, feel free to share your own junk projects on my Facebook page HERE! You may even find yourself featured there… 🙂
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~ Party Junk blah blah linkup rules ~
1. Upcycled, DIY home projects only please. Items for sale must be in tutorial form on your blog.
2. Linkups must be your own work, not another’s.
3. Only projects new to Party Junk please. The themed linkup (if applicable) is an exception.
4. By linking up here, you’re cool with me featuring you on my blog, Pinterest, Twitter, FJI Facebook and I Love That Junk or it’s own new LINK WIDGET with no additional permission required.