Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 535
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I’m pretty proud of myself. This past week, I did a long overdue project that I didn’t even know I could do… but thanks to my screen door project previously… this happened…
I had one of these impossible two-handled windows and with all other failed attempts to get it outfitted with a screen, I came up with a door-style instead! And made it for FREE!
So if you have a problematic window, maybe this easy idea will work for you!
Not so junky this round! But hacking at home repair projects has been a big focus this summer which will continue.
I’ve also been further updating my garage and will hopefully share a pretty cool shelving idea from there next week… if I stay off the bike trails long enough to gitter done that is…
Speaking of, a new trail extension has been completed so I can now do this amazing FULL trail loop with no repeat runs. I took beautiful pics during one run so I hope to share that with you soon too!
I’m also teaming up with my neighbour to complete something pretty special in between both our houses… and hired a painter to get some work done that’s taken over 5 years to complete… so as you can see, it’s full-out productive mode here these days!
So how are you doing? Feeling super productive or trying to find some vacay downtime close to home?
I know some of you are cranking out creativity and here’s proof! Through some amazing features from last week’s party…
DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 535 features:
Isn’t taxidermy or specimen art cool? Here’s a 3-D idea mixing denim and moths! Is your jaw still open like mine too? It may close as you read this AMAZING tutorial…
Love the map look for projects too? This post shares 3 ways to up-cycle them doing other cool things! I just love this ‘home’ theme so much! Click the link to view the other 2!
I don’t know about you, but seeing all of Kim’s junky wood creations each week has me wanting to try a few myself, thanks to a summery fish this round!
This whimsical mobile has a secret… it’s suspended from something that offers air movement, making it even MORE magical! Deb explains it best… click the link to learn how it was made and how it performs!
A batch of baskets of all kinds just got a refresh at Susan’s place, with the help of some cute little Vintage Crock styled numbers! This post also shares other samples including the cutest little galvanized container and toolbox! Click the link to see them all, along with the stencil info.
This post is actually all about decorating a birthday party in all pinks and pastels… but when these flowers filled my screen, WOW! Aren’t they beautiful? Click the link for the rest of the party ideas as well!
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What did you up-cycle this past week? Link up your newest for DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 534 below!
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1. Upcycled, DIY 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.
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