DIY salvaged junk projects 337

DIY sea glass from old bottles, by Sadie Seasongoods, featured on Funky Junk Interiors 

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 337

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Hi all!

You may see a slight shift in my focus of late, being near the beach and all lately. It’s taking everything out of me to NOT run to the lumber yard and make my own faux surf board at this rate…

But no tools nor paint on hand is keeping me at the condo right where I should be…

Or so I thought. When I look at your features, I want to run out and just make stuff! I have a few easy ideas thanks to a local thrift store run, so perhaps by next weekend I’ll have something to show too!

Until then, just you are the star of the show this round, and here are some BEAUTIFUL features from last weekend’s party…

DIY sea glass from old bottles, by Sadie Seasongoods, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

DIY sea glass from old bottles, by Sadie Seasongoods

Grab the ugliest bottles you have! Because in just a few minutes, you can make them into this! Oh my goodness…

Faux coastal table effect, by Patina Paradise, featured on Funky Junk Interiors
Faux coastal table effect, by Patina Paradise

This table makes me want to have my own beach house. NOW. Yes. It’s getting that bad. This treatment is so cool and really easy to do!

Scrap wood lettered candle holders, by Cheltenham Road, featured on Funky Junk Interiors
Scrap wood lettered candle holders, by Cheltenham Road

Oh my. As if I need yet another excuse to grab some reclaimed wood and stencils. This round, the lettering is done differently though! What a cool trick!

Stenciled scrap wood coasters, by Repurposing Junkie, featured on Funky Junk Interiors
Stenciled scrap wood coasters, by Repurposing Junkie

There’s that scrap wood thing again. But they sure don’t look like it here, do they? These coasters look like they’re from a high end boutique!

Farm House and Bloom old signs, by Garden Up Green, featured on Funky Junk Interiors
Farm House and Bloom old signs, by Garden Up Green

I love this post. It’s a great read. But I also am completely smitten over these signs! Aren’t all the different pieces of wood interlocked so interesting?!

But what really caught my eye was Farm House. It’s a highly requested stencil design, yet Carole managed to make them out of two existing stencils (Farmers’ Market and Getaway Collection) found HERE.

Maui Swap Meet - antique floats from Japan | funkyjunkinteriors.net
Taking in The Maui Swap Meet, by Funky Junk Interiors

Ok, I just had to include this post. Last weekend I visited the Maui Swap Meet, and here’s what caught my eye… AND what I brought back with me! 

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So, what did you make this past week?

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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. So many fabulous salvaged junk projects! What a fun swap meet…I could eat for a week just on the food you photographed. Thanks for the party, Donna.

  2. I think I need to move to the coast somewhere after seeing your vacation photos and I can’t get the beach out of my brain or stop painting furniture with a coastal vibe! ;o) Thanks so much for featuring my Coastal Table. It is an honour to be included in your features! Enjoy your time in Hawaii!

  3. This is my first time checking out this blog (thanks to bloglovin). I am now inspired to go create something myself. I just thrifted an art piece that needs some major love. I need to work on it and get it up so I can share it!

  4. Ack! I’m behind on all fronts and just realized I hadn’t said thank you for the feature. Thanks so much!
    Off to explore the links this week. I’m digging that pig cutting board.
    David