DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 545

Visit 20+ NEW DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 545 - Junk pumpkins stone tree art, rustic pedestals, paint chip pumpkin art, plus! Learn how to make these up-cycled projects and join the link party! Click to full tutorials.

Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 545

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Every Friday, 7 PM through Wednesday 11 PM Pacific

Happy weekend, friends!

This past week, it’s been all about continuing to share the launch of 4 new fall stencils and unique projects made with them. And this week I shared two!

Learn how to stencil and build these easy wood fall directional arrow signs using stencils! By Funky Junk Interiors

Easy wood fall directional arrow signs By Funky Junk Interiors

When I recently sold some fall signs I made last year, I decided why not make some signs to intentionally sell? This is something I don’t normally do.

Which led to a new way to make arrow tips for these directional signs. This arrow tip design is my most favorite one to date, it’s sturdy and super easy to do!

Also… consider this a sneak peek on my shed update I have not yet blogged about… coming soon!

Rustic homemade fruit pie sign with choices! By Funky Junk Interiors

Rustic homemade fruit pie sign with choices by Funky Junk Interiors

I had intentions to make a cute Homemade Pumpkin Pie sign… but then choice came into play. What if I made a pie sign of choice? BOOM. Now it’s in season all year around… plus you can change out the flavours upon desire…

I still have another to share next week too! And aside from that, I took some time to get my hair done (yay!) and doing some bike riding when it’s safe to do so. The US forest fire smoke has really spread into western Canada so we are wishing safety and health for all affected. Crossing fingers the next couple of rainy days help!

So let’s now catch up with you! Here are some fab highlights from last week’s party

 

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 545 features:

 

Please visit each original project link below before pinning.

Junk-styled fall pumpkins by Junky Encores, featured on DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 545 on Funky Junk!

Junk-styled fall pumpkins by Junky Encores on Facebook

My, what enchanting pumpkins you have there Kim… even the cloche is themed! Isn’t this the sweetest vignette?! Visit on Facebook to follow more creative ideas!

Fall pumpkin pedestals by Postcards from the Ridge, featured on DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 545 on Funky Junk!

Fall pumpkin pedestals by Postcards from the Ridge

Pedestals just make everything feel even more special, and that is also especially true with these gorgeous fall vignettes! Love the rustic vibe! Click to learn how!

Stone and twig tree art by Crafty Gardener, featured on DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 545 on Funky Junk!

Stone and twig tree art by Crafty Gardener

Nature turns into art with this creative stone tree! I need one in my life! Click to find out how! But we aren’t quite done with this yet…

Stone and twig tree art on gate by Crafty Gardener, featured on DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 545 on Funky Junk!

Stone and twig tree art on gate by Crafty Gardener

… because here’s the big GATE version1 How epic is this?! Gate art indeed! Click the link for all the details!

Paint chip fall pumpkin art by Homeward Found Decor, featured on DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 545 on Funky Junk!

Paint chip fall pumpkin art by Homeward Found Decor

Deb could really stand to write a book on paper art because here’s yet another epic take, paint chip style! Love how the paint chip look brings together all those gorgeous tones! Click the link to learn how and see other paint chip pumpkins too!

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

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  1. Donna, i LOVE your new signs with their pointy arrow tips – you are the queen of woodworking tips & hacks, girl! (can’t wait to see more of your new shed, too 😉 )

    thank you so much for including my paper paint chip pumpkin art in your feature, and for your supportive suggestion about a book. i hadn’t thought of that idea, but now that you mention it…. LOL!!!

  2. This party is one of my favorites. I always walk away so inspired by the creative ways junk finds are repurposed and this week’s features did not disappoint. How cool is that rock tree, now I want to go rock collecting along the river.

  3. Your pie sign is awesome, Donna! I love the flexibility of choosing what kind of pie you want to make (yea, right;) Isn’t it great when you get in the creative groove? I’m still waiting for it…

    • Thanks Lora! I got out of my slump by pushing myself into ‘new’ directions, mostly things I haven’t done before. It’s been a pretty invigorating summer, but certainly not for the faint of heart! Maybe it’s your season to just be…

  4. I’m so jealous you got your hair done. Let’s just say, I know what my true colour is now, lol. Thank you for the feature Donna. 🙂
    Love all these creative ideas. I always try and pick one favorite though, and this round, I think it would have to be the gate/tree art.
    I love trees 🙂

  5. I really enjoyed a lot of these posts. I have an upcycle frame of mind and I think the isolation of the pandemic is helping me to use my imagination. Kudos to all these bloggers! Thanx for hosting.