DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 334
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If you signed in early for the party, you’ll have noted that I was a little delayed with last week’s features this weekend. Sorry about that! Time got away from me. But they are up, loud and proud now!
I also had visions of putting the link party on hiatus over the summer. Thing is, we are planning to go away.
But I have a confession…
After I started featuring last week’s projects tonight, I just fell in love with your work all over again!
I’m so very honoured you’d bring your beautiful creations my way. I just love showcasing you here. You bring such high calibre work, it just floors me. I mean, check out that round up above. Isn’t it so gorgeously bright and vibrant?!
So… I’m going to back down from my total summer hiatus idea. The party may not transpire every weekend through the summer, but I will do my best. And if the odd weekend is missed, we’ll have extra goodness the following week, yes?
So please continue to tune in as always to see what’s up! And I’ll be filling you in on our new adventure next week.
Here are some drop dead gorgeous junk projects from last weekend…
Farmhouse style ticking photo frame, by Knick of Time
I just love how Angie layered the timeless fabric behind this beautifully distressed wooden frame. And check out those tiny clothespins… this is beautiful!
It was only a matter of time before genius garden junker Carlene came up with a new way to showcase her green thumb. I want a swing!
Screen window garden sign, by Organized Clutter
And one more, because she’s just that good. This bright green screened window screams summer, thanks to those hooks for holding gear or plants, and of course, that decadent stencilling job!
Stencil info and full deets are in the post.
Grapevine wreath and pallet patriotic flag, by Jennifer Allwood of The Magic Brush
At first I thought that round stuff was barbed wire. Turns out it’s a grapevine! I just adore this look! This post leads to a few other pallet flag variations as well, a must peek! Love the patina you’ve achieved, Jennifer!
Want to be completely smitten? Click the above link. This colourful, vibrant, fun boys room is to DIE for!
Pottery barn inspired buoys by Scavenger Chic
Yes please, Joan. I’ll take several! All the wonderful things a scrap piece of wood can become in her hands…
Junk styled potting shed garden sign, by Garden Up Green
Carole is out of old sign control in the very best of ways. Isn’t this junk assemblage Potting Shed sign just so pretty? VERY cool frame. I love how the potted flowers appear to be sitting on a ledge, and am loving the added falling leaves.
Stencil info and tutorial is in this post.
Thanks to a broken flower crate, my little rustic shed is wearing a new update! A super easy no build potting bench, with an old sign hard at work organizing the tools.
But it became a tad more than that… come on over and take a peek!
So, what did you make this past week?
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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 this link party please. The themed linkup (if applicable) is an exception.
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