Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 393
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Happy weekend to ya!
This week was a real mixed bag. And boy do I have new stories to share soon.
I had to make a rush decision on something big which resulted in a major power packed ending in the course of 2 very short exhausting days. Then I did something totally drastic last night to tweak my mixed up meandering mind set that I couldn’t shake all summer long.
Let’s just say, my clearing out stuff mantra teamed up with a computer monitor hooked up to a credit card can lead a dangerously exciting life…
Some days I flat out don’t recognize myself. Maybe I should listen to my gut more often?
In other news, I painted my upstairs walls white-white, and restructured some crate shelving in my kitchen. Goodness, it feels good to make AND execute a decision! I should (ahem) try it more often…
Back to you, here’s some fab highlights from last weekend’s junk party…
I am in LOVE with this clay and wood plant wall shelf! So woodsy, rustic, and a blast of nature that won’t get in your way! Those straps are such a cool unexpected touch.
Now to pick up some good quality faux plants so mine can look this good…
If you too have bugs that love your outdoor space as much as you do, how clever is this mason jar citronella oil lamp? What a BEAUTIFUL solution!
I’ve always said nature does it best. Looks like this pretty fall wreath totally agrees! Love the rustic woodsy effect.
What?! SERIOUSLY. This post is a must peek. Wait until you see how easy this idea is to make. Not only is this old clock turned lantern perfection for power outages, it would make a super cool nightlight too!
Really. Go see the inside. Mind blown idea.
Love how the tall skinny shape allows you to focus on one pretty plate at a time. This is one perfect repurpose!
I never got around to making some lake infused buoys yet. But this cute lamp idea has pushed me one step closer to those paints! Useful and very cabin-inspired indeed.
How to make the world’s easiest 2 tiered stand? You’ll be screeching into the closest thrift store looking for these, guaranteed! I know I will be! What would you use them for?
If you love the look of tiles, here’s how to create the look on small projects!
Don’t these colours just make you feel happy? What a beauty!
What did you make this past week? Link up below!
*New Up-cycled projects only please! Repeats from the past and new crafts will be deleted. *
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