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How’s your Christmas preparation coming along? Or are you hanging tough until December?
I started working on some smaller projects that I’ll eventually incorporate into my Christmas home tour… and two of them went up on the blog this past week!
Some wood scraps inspired me to create this year’s scrap wood tree idea! And it was so simple, I may make more!
What I love most about this kind of project is that ANY wood scrap will work! And how cool that these new stencils were the perfect fit!
Every Christmas I come up with a new Hot Cocoa station idea, and since my kitchen is small, this new sign teamed up with a new compact design will be the PERFECT fit! On reclaimed wood, it resembles being made out of a crate end! Click the post to see it as a Christmas tray as well!
And now I’m about to repaint my livingroom and kitchen before get everything out of storage… I do this every year so don’t mind me as I do the polar opposite of the rest of the world here… haha
Let’s head over your way now to see what you’ve been up to from last week’s party…
DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 553 features:
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Oh deer…not just one but THREE versions of adorable reclaimed wood deer heads happily reside on Kim’s FB page. Click over and follow Kim to check them all out and see what creative thing she comes up with next! A. Dor. A. Ble.
This adorable snowglobe styled clock really makes me want to strip out a vintage clock I have in my stash… so sweet! And what a picture perfect backdrop! Click the link to learn how!
Denim strips + felted wool = my goodness these are amazing Christmas tree ornaments! Click over to the post to learn all the unique details!
These cute Buff Check ornaments aren’t made from ‘just’ fabric… in fact, you may have one of these in your home right now! I know I do… love how the white designs pop! Visit the link to see how to make these.
Don’t these butterflies look real?! Framed in something pretty much everyone has on hand! And imagine all the frame possibilities! Visit for all the details.
It was like this basket was always meant to be a pumpkin! And topped with just the right finishing touches, as well as storing stuff makes this project a BIG win! Click to learn how.
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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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