New Upcycled Projects to Make 587

New Upcycled Projects to Make 587 - Rope planter, buoy doorstop, basketball planter, beach shadowbox, plus! Visit all new repurposed projects with complete tutorials in this post!

 

New Upcycled Projects to Make 587

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Happy weekend!

I did it! I’ve finally finessed the art of doing nothing at home! haha

Honestly, I was due to visit a lovely cottage on a lake 4 hours away in Sicamous next week. However now that our wildfire season in BC is in high gear, that little getaway has been put on hold. We are so lucky to not yet have any smoke in our area so I’m counting my blessings!

Take the tour of this vintage cottage stay!

Take the tour of this vintage cottage stay!

Visit this cottage getaway series HERE

I’ve stayed in a cottage owned by Karen before. Karen collects from thrift stores to create absolute magic in her spaces. HERE is my last cottage stay which is a must-peek! And blew me away so much that I flipped the stay into a series.

Click HERE to view the cottage itself. It’s to DIE for! But the entire story leading up to it is pretty magical.

Whenever this next cottage stay becomes a reality, I know we are ALL in for a treat! It’s in a 100 year old home with a lake front view! When can I move in?!

So next week I may play around with getting my new inflatable hot tub up (I delayed it wondering if I should keep it or send it back) but I think I wanna give it a go. If I’m gonna stay home, may as well do it up right, right?! Who knows.. it may turn into a blog post…

So whether you are taking a small summertime break like I am just learning how ‘to be’, or are in full-out creative mode, I know you will be hugely inspired by this week’s highlights from last week’s party

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Pallet Garden Tools hanger sign by Organized Clutter, featured on New Upcycled Projects to Make 587!

Pallet Garden Tools hanger sign by Organized Clutter

I love a rustic garden sign, but what makes this one so special is that it’s art and productive all in one! Visit the link to learn how easy it is to recreate this image with a stencil!

Basketball planter by Birdz of a Feather, featured on New Upcycled Projects to Make 587!

Basketball planter by Birdz of a Feather

Not using your basketball net any longer? Try making a basketball planter, outdoor style! How fun is this?!

Buoy nautical doorstop by Little Vintage Cottage, featured on New Upcycled Projects to Make 587!

Buoy nautical doorstop by Little Vintage Cottage

If you too love beach decorating for this time of year, here’s how to whip up a buoy-styled door stop! This is adorable for even having it for decor! Visit the DIY to learn how!

Embroidery felt hoops by Creatively Beth, featured on New Upcycled Projects to Make 587! Visit to read all the repurposed tutorials!

Embroidery felt hoops by Creatively Beth

Taking any road trips this summer? Here’s a creative activity to take along! These wonderful embroidery felt hoops are adorable and the designs limitless! This tutorial shares a wonderful tutorial on how to create the rainbow design! Visit to read how!

Rope wrapped planters by Elsa R Blog, featured on New Upcycled Projects to Make 587!

Rope wrapped planters by Elsa R Blog

Adore unique planters too? This rope wrapped planter has such a cool texture! Perfect if you’re wrapping a planter that’s seen better days. Visit the link to find out how!

Beach shadowbox by Homeward Found, featured on New Upcycled Projects to Make 587!

Beach shadowboxes by Homeward Found

Be on the lookout for a special photo this beachy shadowbox scene would work with! Love the added sand, shells and umbrella for that special 3D touch! Visit the post to learn all the details!

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14 thoughts on “New Upcycled Projects to Make 587

  1. i applaud your achievement, my friend!!! i think learning how to relax and kick back is as vital a skill as knowing how to work hard, especially in the summertime, and i hope you keep enjoying your ‘stay-cation’!

    thank you so much for including my quirky little ‘beach in a box’ project in your feature, Miss Donna… i hope you like my newest original sweater creation that i’ve linked up this week, too! (tho i don’t think it comes close to that basketball planter – brilliant!!!)

  2. Hi Donna, thank you so much for the inspiration. Every project is beautiful. A good weekend or a good vacation. I still don’t have vacations only in August. This one. xoxo

  3. Oh dear, sorry to hear your cottage break was put on hold, Donna. I’m holding thumbs the wildfires don’t get out of hand with the crazy weather you guys have been having. Either way, enjoy your time out and I hope you’ve recovered.

  4. Glad to hear you’ve mastered the art of chilling at home and especially that the smoke hasn’t reached you Donna; I hope it stays that way. I’m so curious to see your inflatable hot tub; I didn’t even know those existed :).

    Thanks so much for featuring our basketball planter project!

  5. Oooh that cottage looks lovely! I’d want to move into it too! We had one day so far that the smoke made it to Michigan. The moon at night looked like the inside of a blood orange. Unusual, eerie and beautiful all at the same time…..

  6. Pssst, guess why you have no smoke? Because it headed west to stay with us for a week! We have it from BC and Saskatchewan and I’ve been hiding indoors with closed windows all week. I hope you still get to stay in that fabulous farmhouse sometime this summer. I LOVE Sicamous! We so enjoy spending time on the outdoor patio at Moose Mulligans. Have you been?

  7. Thanks a bunch for featuring my Boho Rainbow Travel Embroidery project, Donna! Always LOVE visiting your website and getting inspired! Have a great week!

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