New Upcycled Projects to Make 606
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Well I have some good news to report today. Our biggest flood threat is officially no longer! I haven’t unpacked my house yet, but I felt so relieved I ran out and got a Christmas tree today! I may look like I’m moving with Christmas remnants still up but by golly, I’m just grateful to have a dry house and that’s really all that matters!
But I did manage to share 1 project this week that I think turned out pretty cute…
I decorate with vintage sleds every Christmas but never thought to turn one into a sign… until now! Thanks to Carlene from Organized Clutter, she suggested I come up with this stencil idea, so I made two! One for small sleds and one for tall toboggans!
See what Carlene did with this same design HERE using a toolbox! Isn’t it adorable?!
So over the weekend we are calling for snow! Hopefully that will motivate me even more to get going on the decor while I slowly put the house away again.
Now let’s check out the inspiring upcycled projects you brought over during last week’s party… goodness they are good!
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Dried orange slice Christmas garland
Guess what I’m doing tomorrow? I’ve always wanted to make orange sliced ornaments and thanks to this helpful tutorial, I now know how! Check it out to see how easy this is! And just love how the orange slice garland with cranberries turned out… just adorable!
Make cozy sweater Santa hats!
Seriously?! Deb, what can’t a sweater become in your creative hands?! These sweater Santa hats are precious! And I just love that Deb used her own color scheme. Now imagine all the cozy sweaters destined to become the cutest hats! This tutorial shares how.
Christmas advent calendar with origami shirts
I’m personally mesmerized by the art of origami, but even more so when these were turned into a Christmas advent calendar! How creative is this? This in depth tutorial will teach you every step of the way including an easy way to achieve those numbers!
Christmas snowball ornaments
Grab an ornament. Any one will do! Because after you see the tutorial on how to flip them into snowball Christmas ornaments, you’ll want a few for yourself! Love the added personalization to these too!
Mini Christmas gnomes made with gloves
Can you even imagine a Christmas table with these adorable mini sock Christmas Gnomes? Well, they truly are so easy to put together which is all in this tutorial. Adore the woodland bases and Narnia styled signs. How dreamy are these?!
Stenciled Christmas riser from a cutting board
Have a cutting board handy? This clever tutorial shares how to turn it into a Christmas riser, perfect for Christmas vignettes, or to use for serving! So adorable and easy to copy, thanks to a Christmas stencil designed around rustic crates!
Yarn ball Christmas or everyday garland
After you take in this adorable yarn ball garland, you’ll never walk by a bag of yarn at the thrift store ever again without thinking of all the potentials on what yours can become! Imagine all white on a Christmas tree… wouldn’t they resemble snowballs? Limitless options! Learn how here.
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