Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 433
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Where is the post?! That’s the first thing I asked when I checked this fine AM. The scheduler did not take so not sure what happened! Well, I’m glad I checked because now it is. My apologies for the false alarm… perhaps the scheduler is on vacation as well…
I am currently enjoying some downtime in what I consider my Maui home! And am equally grateful I can still be a part of my online world from anywhere in the world! Boy did I pick the right job… 🙂
I have not yet created a blog post on my adventures here thus far except for my one post sharing that I’m Going Home. I’m still unwinding and visiting my favorite places to eat, however I do have plans to make it to the Maui Swap Meet on Saturday though, so be sure to check in on Instagram through the stories HERE
HERE is a post on the ‘junk’ I found one time I went… what a fun and fab place to visit! From fresh, local produce, to the guy that hacks open fresh coconuts on call, to this antiques guy that is a must-visit, you never know what you will find.
I sure have one fabulous lineup to share with you today from last week’s party…
This table is striking and clean! And a perfect fill-in for an empty tiny spot. Plans included with this post.
An old headboard finds its way into a Farmhouse inspired flower bed. ADORE the milk cans that chime in so well with this one!
Stencil details are inside this post.
This clever project will make an unused book much more useful! Click through this post to see what this book looks like inside…
This would be so great for so many uses. This round, it’s about collecting garden seeds and notes and such. What would you use this idea for?
If you aren’t sure what to do with those vintage lanterns you collect (heh…) here’s a wonderful idea with the addition of a super cool antique pulley!
This project will positively mesmerize you. There’s a little elbow grease involved, however look at this outcome! Enchanting.
You see spool tables being used all over, however this post showcases a clever way to incorporate the spools to other bases. While the table in this post is a stunner, check out the patio table in this post also! Now that’s creative…
It all started with a window. From there, a little cart shaped base was hand built to incorporate this mix into a productive and cool coffee table. What a great edge!
What have you made this past week? Link up below!
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