DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 540

Visit 20+ NEW DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 540- Sweater succulent wreath, junk journal, salvaged owls, decoupaged tins, doily key chain, plus! Up-cycled projects link party. Join us!

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Well guys, I did it. I actually stopped all my DIY hammering this past week long enough to start some stories on what I’ve been up to!

Repairing a rustic garden shed with demo tips by Funky Junk Interiors

Repairing a rustic garden shed with demo tips by Funky Junk Interiors

And this round, I’m taking you on my journey of saving my beloved rustic shed. Come on over and see what it looks like NOW!

The shed was falling apart, and in order to salvaged the firewood inside, it was rip down the shed and rebuild a new one, or attempt to save what was already there.

I chose the latter, since at the very least, I’d learn a few things along the way, right?! BIG TIME RIGHT on steroids.

This post shares the demolition and beginner demo tips so you feel confident attempting a build yourself!

So while we wait for my shed to turn ‘prettier’ (heh), let’s check out some very pretty projects right NOW (thank-you, I needed this!) from last week’s party…

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Salvaged architecture junk owls by Junk Encores, featured on DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 540 on Funky Junk!

Salvaged architecture junk owls by Junk Encores on Facebook

Junk once again magically binds together under the creative direction of Kim, to create the cutest owls in the land! Aren’t they adorable? Be sure to follow Kim on Facebook to see her constant creations!

Decoupaged tin can vases by Doodle Buddies, featured on DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 540 on Funky Junk!

Decoupaged tin can vases by Doodle Buddies

Have you ever seen a plain tin can look so adorable? The candle votive idea is so cool! Click to learn how to create this enchanting look!

Vintage embroidered flour sack tea towels by The House On Silverado, featured on DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 540 on Funky Junk!

Vintage embroidered flour sack tea towels by The House On Silverado

When Niky unexpectedly came upon a windfall of decadent antique tea towels embroidered by her own family, she didn’t waste time putting them out for display. Visit this link for this delightful tour of many different styles and designs and how they were used. If this charming post doesn’t take you back in time, I don’t know what would…

Fan cover faux succulent wreath by Homeward Found, featured on DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 540 on Funky Junk!

Fan cover faux succulent wreath by Homeward Found

This post gives you several reasons to check it out… First, check out the wall gallery in this room and take in what it’s made from! Second, those succulents aren’t real… they’re made from sweaters! Third… learn how to make those succulents… they are DIVINE! Beautiful room, Deb!

Crochet doily keychain by Elsa R Blog, featured on DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 540 on Funky Junk!

Crochet doily keychain by Elsa R Blog

Start collecting those doilies now (or get busy making them)… because this delightful post shares how to turn one into a key chain. So cute!

Travelers' junk journal notebook by Fresh Vintage By Lisa S, featured on DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 540 on Funky Junk!

Travelers’ junk journal notebook by Fresh Vintage By Lisa S

If you love saving photos or journal, here’s a clever way to create a notebook in the theme of your choice! In this case, this link shares how to put together this creative travel journal. What theme would yours become? So cool! Love the wing nuts with the ruler binding!

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

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  1. Thank you Donna, for liking and featuring my decoupage cans. I look forward to Friday evenings to share my creations at DIY Salvaged parties.
    Much love
    Naush

  2. Donna,
    Your shed looks amazing! We have been cleaning and dismantling our chicken coops. I’m saving the corrugated galvanized roof for an unknown future project.

    Thank you so much for featuring my travel journal!

    I have a few more rulers and I may make a larger version.
    xo Lisa S

  3. thank you so much for including my funky wreath and faux succulents in your party feature, Miss Donna – i am so glad you liked it. i am honored to be up there along with so many great ideas. Kim’s owls are just darling, and the travel journal is so gorgeous i’d hang it on my wall as art!

    i can’t even tell you how jealous i am that you’ve been able to be outdoors working on projects. we’re in the midst of a heatwave here in So Cal that’s in the triple digits… and i’m hiding inside where it’s air conditioned! (the garage is 100 degrees and it’s hotter outside!) i can’t wait to see how terrific your shed looks when you are all finished – i mean, your fence was astounding so you’ve set the bar pret-ty high!

    ~ deb @ homewardFOUND decor

  4. I’m so glad you like my owls Donna. Thanks for the feature. They always make me smile, and sometimes giggle, while creating them!
    Oh my gosh, that fan cover wreath! Heading over to visit all the features!

  5. I love everything & adore those cute owls & kim!

    She’s amazing with what she creates & when we finally go to meet she gifted me one of her junk creations…our barn!