New Upcycled Projects to Make 604
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Well friends, just when I was getting on a really good roll with Christmas project ideas, priorities changed in the blink of an eye.
Last weekend we were hit with quite a rain event that led to extreme flooding. But as the water receded, other issues came into play.
Water started coming in from other river sources due to breached dyke systems elsewhere, eventually flooding nearby farmland and all our major highways. Which led to food shortages, no gas and my own community needing to be evacuated.
I left for a couple of days until they changed the status back to alert again. But I am currently living with boxes still piled to the ceilings on every surface possible because this issue isn’t yet solved and we have another major rainstorm next week. Oh boy.
So please pray I can stay warm and dry, unlike many others that are not so lucky that live just down the road from me.
I’ll share more in a post about everything that’s been going on, but if you’d like to see some glimpses, catch my stories under Flooding on Instagram HERE or through FB stories on Funky Junk Interiors FB HERE.
Anyway, it feels nice to tap some keys again, giving me a sense of normality which I’ve missed.
Back to you, let’s now enjoy some of these inspiring highlights through last week’s party… because they are EPIC.
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Vintage Sled toolbox winter vignette
If you’ve never yet thought about combining a tote with a wood sleigh, this adorable winter vignette is one to remember! Don’t you love the sweater look on the sleigh along with the striking black tote? Visit this tutorial for all the details!
Pallet Christmas pouch for hanging wall decor
Who knew a little pallet wood along with some fabric could turn into the cutest Christmas pouch you can hang on a wall for Christmas decor? Love the added green branches at the base of the stenciled Christmas trees! Check out the tutorial to learn how.
Crafted mini Christmas scroll ornaments
These little mini Christmas scrolls make the most adorable Christmas ornaments! Shown in this tutorial are several different ways to make them, along with a helpful printable so you can give them a go! Visit the post tutorial to see how adorable they also look rolled up as a gift tag!
How to recycle old coasters with Christmas designs
If you have or come across a few outdated beverage coasters, here’s how to repurpose them into beautiful winter or Christmas themed coasters instead! What a clever tutorial, which shares how to get this perfectly coordinated look with different designs.
Creative clay star Christmas ornaments
If you too love unique Christmas ornament ideas to make, this clay star is one to try! The star ornaments give off such a unique rustic texture which are very simple to make.
Refurbished wood leaf bowls for fall decorating
Aren’t these little wooden leaf bowls pretty? But the coolest part is how autumn-toned gold leaf was incorporated to make them shimmer! This tutorial sure looks easy to accomplish leading to stunning results!
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