DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 526

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 526 - Screen flowers, junk sign, ladder planter, level hooks, plus more up-cycled projects! Up-cycled projects and a link party on Funky Junk. Join in!

Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 526

Every Friday, 7 PM through Wednesday 11 PM Pacific

Hello everyone!

We have officially been graced with the most beautiful weather this weekend, and I couldn’t be happier! With so many outdoor projects I’ve been wanting to create, this works for me!

One is to repaint the trim on my house, which is in the works. But then I did a surprise project that I’ve been wanting to do over the last few years… and that was to repaint my front door in the same colour…

Repainting a front door black-ish brown by Funky Junk Interiors

Repainting a front door black-ish brown by Funky Junk Interiors

So I did! I wanted to create a rustic wooden door screen for in front of it (currently in the works) and having the trim the same as the door colour was the first step to my current vision. I am personally loving the neutral deep chocolate tone, which really helps neutralize my home more-so! Come on over for a visit for the full tour and a little peek at how my front flowerbeds are exploding!

In other news, I’ve been currently focusing on learning new things. It takes more brain power for sure, and a whole lotta humble pie eating, but I already know it’s so key in growth. Gotta make the mistakes to get to the good stuff. So crossing my fingers my new screen door vision pans out because real woodworking is a whole new ballgame for this hack junk builder!

And working on my puzzle each evening over the news. I really love how that calms down my busy overthinking mind of late. Are you into puzzles too?

What’s been your focus lately? How are you moving on?

So moving on, my jaw dropped over your creativity once again. Here I am throwing splintered pine wood into the burn pile (LOL) while you crank out these gorgeous projects… thanks for providing pretty productivity in my own world and others! You help keep me moving ahead.

Here’s some outstanding features from last week’s party…

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 526 features:

 

Window screen and vintage spool flowers by Wisconsin Magpie, featured on DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 526 on Funky Junk!

Window screen and vintage spool flowers by Wisconsin Magpie

Oh my goodness… these flowers SO scream vintage-industrial… everything I’ve ever wanted in life. These are incredible, with a tutorial that matches! Click the link to learn how.

Vintage silverware wind chimes by Fresh Vintage By Lisa S, featured on DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 526 on Funky Junk!

Vintage silverware wind chimes by Fresh Vintage By Lisa S

I can only imagine how lovely a blustery day sounds in Lisa’s yard, thanks to these sweet silverware wind chimes. I’d love to make a couple for my outdoor patio! Click the link for all the details.

Antique construction level herb hooks by Adirondack Girl At Heart, featured on DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 526 on Funky Junk!

Antique construction level herb hooks by Adirondack Girl At Heart

Desire some hooks, vintage-style? Grab that old level and a few wooden spools because this is such a great look AND productive all-in-one! Click the link to learn how.

Wooden ladder plant stand by Lora B, featured on DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 526 on Funky Junk!

Wooden ladder plant stand by Lora B

I’ve always said to go up if you can’t spread out, so this ladder planter is a top-notch idea if you lack space. So pretty, and will continue to get even moreso as those flowers start to spill over the edges of the bucket planters! Click the link to learn all the details.

Scrap metal up-cycle sign by A Crafty Mix, featured on DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 526 on Funky Junk!

Scrap metal up-cycle sign by A Crafty Mix

WHERE ARE MY HORSESHOES? Because now I really need them. What an epic use along with some other rusty junk to create a word of choice! And BOOM… what a gorgeous pop of colour against that rust! Visit the post link for all the details.

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What did you up-cycle this past week? Link up your newest for DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 524 below!

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1. UpcycledDIY home decor projects only please. Items for sale must be in tutorial form. NO FOOD NOR NEW CRAFTS please.

2. Linkups must be your own work, not another’s.

3. Only projects new to this link party please, to keep things fresh.

4. By linking up here, you’re cool with me featuring you on my blog,  Pinterest, Twitter, FJI Facebook with a link back to you, or its own new LINK WIDGET with no additional permission required.

5. No need to link back to the party. I would love it if you shared the first gallery picture instead. Thank-you!

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  1. Donna
    I absolutely LOVE your front door. Oh the color mix is perfection.
    Well thank you for another awesome party…I’m so glad I have the time to visit more of the links now.
    I appreciate you sharing my wind chimes! You are a sweetie-
    xo Lisa S

    • Thanks Lisa! It’ll look even better with the new screen door I have planned. Let’s hope it turns out. LOL

      And my pleasure on the feature! I appreciate your creativity so much!

  2. Thanks for featuring my upcycled garden ladder display, Donna! Just reminded me I’ve got to run out & cover them; freeze warning tonight:( Thanks for hosting! Love the black door!!

  3. Oh my gosh! I really love them all, but the Upcycle sign and level projects are my fav. Wow!

  4. Love your front door, Donna! Mine’s a similar shade (kind of charcoal black) and I’ve started painting the inside doors too–love it! A little project that has a big impact.

    Thanks so much for featuring my level herb rack this week!

  5. Hi Donna. I am way behind. I was just now reading all the info on this party. I’m so excited. The screen flowers are amazing. Thank you for hosting and a big thankyou to all the creative minds that submitted and shared.