DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 472

Learn how to make these easy up-cycled DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 472 - Door planter, moss wreath, clay labels, denim vase, farmhouse plate and vase, plus!

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With improving weather outdoors, I admit it’s been challenging to stay indoors. So I weeded the flower beds in preparation for pressure washing everything in sight which is next. Yay me!

Make this Ikea trestle sewing table desk

The new trestle sewing table in the guest room project

But I did get a major component done in the guest bedroom project and that was assembling my new sewing table! The base was stained to more resemble up-cycled saw horses and all kinds of antiques are used to hide and house the sewing gear.

Guess there’s no more excuses not to sew, huh? Yikes…

I also shared THEE journal list I start with each morning. This list is so much more than a simple to-do. This one helps you dig deeper and start working on those dream things that you’ve been holding back on. This one isn’t for the faint of heart… but here’s hoping if you take the plunge, you’ll soon be seen living your days and future life in a way you USE to dream about.

I can tell you too have spring and new beginnings on your mind through this creative highlights from last week’s party…

Farmhouse cabinet door wall planter by Organized Clutter, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Farmhouse cabinet door wall planter by Organized Clutter

It’s hard to make out there’s a cabinet door hidden in this beautiful farmhouse wall planter because it’s just so well done! Note to self: look for more wood cabinet doors!

Creative tutorial and full stencil details are inside this post.

Denim mason vase by Pillar Box Blue, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Denim mason vase by Pillar Box Blue

What you see at first glance is NOT what it really is! The cute denim cover is hiding a mason jar secret and the flowers are totally DIY all the way…

Click to learn all the hidden hacks in this one.

Farmhouse plate hanger and vase by Organized Clutter, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Farmhouse plate hanger and vase by Organized Clutter

One stencil helped turn a plate super productive and a vase farmhouse perfect! Adoring the tones used in these projects, neutral with gorgeous contrast.

Tutorials and full stencils details are inside this beautiful post.

Ikea hack antique paper dispenser by Fresh Vintage by Lisa S, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Ikea hack antique paper dispenser by Fresh Vintage by Lisa S

As much as I really appreciate Ikea stuff, when I see a project like this, I can’t help but think they’d do well to have a section where something plain was considerably ramped up to have a real personality! This amazing Ikea hack paper dispenser turned antique is the perfect example.

Check out the finer details in this post and you’ll see exactly what I mean.

Spring moss wreath by Lora B, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Spring moss wreath by Lora B

Nothing says spring like moss, and this beautiful wreath will not only chime in with the season, you won’t have to try and keep it alive!

Click to learn all the details.

Clay herb / plant labels by Artsy VaVa, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Clay herb / plant labels by Artsy VaVa

This is the perfect time of year to check out these plant label ideas… and here’s one. Clay meets beads to become this sweet herb label! How fun!

Click through to see the other creative takes!

Potting Shed Tours Until Dusk stencilled sign by A Vintage Green, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Potting Shed Tours Until Dusk stencilled sign by A Vintage Green

This bright and happy garden-themed sign is ready to beautify any space! Hung as-is, added hooks, there’s no end to what this full-colour beauty can do.

Full stencil details are in this post.

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  1. Thank you for featuring my plant markers. I have my seeds ready to plant so I need to get busy making more. Luckily they’re easy to make! Thanks, too, for hosting the party. Have a great weekend.

  2. Love every single one of your features this week, especially Lora’s Spring moss wreath! Thanks for hosting and have a great weekend 🙂

  3. The power washer…such a wonderful way to get everything clean quickly; now you’ve got me excited! Have fun with that;) Can’t wait to see some sewing projects on the horizon! The wood crate over the top is genius (thumbs up emogi). Oh, to have a room to sew in rather than my dining room table:( Thanks for featuring my Mixed Moss Grapevine Wreath! Have a great weekend, Donna!

  4. it seems like more ideas spring up this time of year than flowers in the garden! WOW, what a great lineup of fun projects to welcome spring… we’re all gonna’ be busy as bees 😉 (i’ve been working on so many yard decor projects that i had to create a new Pinterest board to hold them all) thanks for hosting such a terrific party, Miss Donna. and Happy Spring!

    ~ deb