New Upcycled Projects to Make 607
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How’s everyone’s Christmas prep coming along?
I think I’d chalk my own progress up as slow as molasses. LOL With 3 failing computers chatting at me constantly, I’m getting close to punking up my feet on a pile of stacked Christmas ornament boxes, flicking on a Hallmark movie and just embrace what-is. Dear Santa, boy do we need to chat. I’ll take that vacay first though…
Despite the hiccups, I do have a pretty cute project to share…
Ever wish you had some skis on hand to decorate with? Here’s how to make your own out a couple of wood planks! I honestly didn’t think they’d turn out as real looking as these did, so I’m quite pleasantly surprised! From a distance, you don’t even notice the wood isn’t curved at the tips! I’ll take it!
They are now hung up on my living room wall which will be part of my home tour… if my computers play nice.
And I also hope to share the cutest Christmas tree skirt that’s got a super quirky take… and a couple of new pillows I whipped up, all coming next week! If my luck holds out.
Back to you, let’s check out the super inspiring upcycled projects you brought over during last week’s party…
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Mini Christmas trees in vintage tin tree skirts
Oh how I wish I had a spare surface to play with. Because these Christmas trees tucked into vintage tins as tree skirts are EVERYTHING. What vintage charm a group of them create! Visit this charming post which shares how to get this look.
Woven yarn Christmas trees on baskets and grates
Ready for something completely different? How about some samples of some woven Christmas trees out of yarn on several different surfaces? Love this wire basket rendition! Love the frosty blue yarn, but be sure to check out the other samples in this post too! So clever!
Build a 3D wood Christmas tree for front porch decorating
If you’re still on the hunt for the perfect Christmas decorating by the front door, try building this 3D wood Christmas tree! Love the tall narrow shape which takes up more vertical than horizontal space. And the options to decorate it are limitless! What would you do to yours? Visit the post to learn how.
Transform a plain bread box into a pallet-look with wallpaper texture
If you too love weathered textures, this bread box covered in rice paper that resembles pallet planks sure is gorgeous! And it looks so real! What a way to beef up flat plain wood! Visit this tutorial to find out how.
Decorating winter sleds with Christmas stencils
Watch out for crafty mini sleds at the dollar stores or thrift. Because they too could become as adorable as this group of sled makeovers, creating the perfect winter vignette on a wall! I can’t even pick a favorite! Learn all the detail including the stencils used in this post.
Create a winter sweater wreath with a scarf bow
Not sure why I never think of all these wonderful sweater creations Deb seems to whip up in her sleep, but each one is completely new to me every. single. time! Adore the sweater wreath complete with a scarf as a winter-themed bow! SO charming! Learn how to put this together in this post.
Well that was fun! And now I’m inspired to make more things I may not be able to blog about! haha Ah well, just imagine my future hot rod computer I’ll eventually have after all is said and done! Best get that on order I guess. Right after my new snow tires. … yay…
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