New Upcycled Projects to Make 623

Visit 20+ New Upcycled Projects to Make 623 - Pallet stool, carrot banner, tin can bunny and chick, golden eggs, plus with tutorials!

New Upcycled Projects to Make 623

 

Visit 20+ New Upcycled Projects to Make 623 – Pallet stool, carrot banner, tin can bunny and chick, golden eggs, plus with tutorials!

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Happy Easter weekend to you all!

May this weekend bring those you love closer together while you squeeze in all the Easter treat traditions that make this weekend extra special! My local deli sells a sweet bread called Paska that I have been enjoying all week! Why not, right?!

In other fun news, I got up Part 3 in my garage workshop makeover…

ladder storage in a garage workshop

Painting and hanging aluminum ladders in a garage workshop – Part 3

See all parts to-date HERE

By sharing how I arranged the ‘driver’s wall of the shop! With an unexpected tutorial on how to revamp aluminium ladders to look brand new again!

I mean, ya can’t hang a dirty ladder on a bright white clean wall, am I right?!

I’m soooo close to sharing the final reval, which will be next week! Along with an unexpected curbside lamp makeover that got better with mistakes that transpired! Love wrecking a project I say…

So here’s hoping you find some time to browse through these wonderful everyday and Easter repurposed projects from last week’s party, and pin a few for next year!

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spring carrot banner

Easter carrot banner

 

DIY spring garland with fabric carrots by LeCultivateur

These fabric carrots were such a lucky find! But strung up as a spring banner make the extra special! Especially on this jaw dropping gorgeous fireplace! Find out where the carrots are from and take in this gorgeous space in this tutorial!

pallet wood step stool

DIY stenciled pallet wood stool

 

DIY pallet style wood step stool by Homeroad

Love cute projects that are handy too? Then grab the scrap wood because this bench is a cinch to make, and it just gets cuter using a stencil with pallet stamps! Get all the details in this tutorial.

image transfers on wooden Easter eggs

Image transfer wood Easter eggs

 

Image transfer wooden Easter eggs by The House on Silverado

Wish Easter eggs lasted longer? Here’s a gorgeous idea that will not only last forever, they will bring the warmth and charm of wood into the mix as well! Visit this tutorial to find out how, along with making your own crinkled Easter grass!

recycled can Easter bunny and chick by Creatively Beth

Tin can bunny and chick Easter baskets

 

Recycled can Easter bunny and chick by Creatively Beth

If you have a couple of tin cans on hand, you can easily whip up these enchanting recycled can Easter bunny and chick that double up as Easter baskets! What a fun and creative way to dole out the Easter treats! This tutorial shares every step!

Easter basket with a decoupage peat pot

Rustic peat pot Easter nest

 

Decoupaged Easter basket from a peat pot by Artsy Va Va

You’ll be grabbing a few peat pots after checking out how beautiful these decoupage Easter basket peat pots turned out. Love the texture so much, and of course, they make the best Easter baskets! Find out how to get any image on to a plain peat pot in this tutorial.

faux kintsugi eggs

Faux Kintsugi golden Easter eggs

 

Faux painted kintsugi Easter Eggs by Homeward Found

I admit, I had to goole what kintsugi meant. It’s a form of repairing pottery with gold. COOL! But what really attracted me to these Easter eggs is that incredible golden glow inside the eggs once cracked open. This is one decadent tutorial!

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4 thoughts on “New Upcycled Projects to Make 623

  1. Thanks a BUNCH for featuring my Recycled Tin Can Bunny and Chick, Donna! I hope you have a great week and a Happy Easter! Creatively, Beth

  2. Thank you so much for featuring my peat pot nest. It was such a fun & easy project that I think I’ll be making some for every season & holiday. As always, thank you for hosting the party! Happy Easter.

  3. thank you so much for including my kintsugi painted eggs in your feature this week, Miss Donna! i think these are one of my most favorite recent projects – as much for the meaning in them as for the easy technique and elegant look. (i don’t do elegant very often!) and thank you for providing this place for sharing & applauding so many wonderful projects from so many creative people.

    wishing you a joyous Easter, my friend <3

  4. Hey, Paska is an traditional Eastern Orthodox Christian tradition! We are all baking it this week, because the Orthodox Easter (we call it Pascha) is actually the 24th. Today is our Palm Sunday! It was fun seeing you mention our bread. We have a lot of amazing traditions and fun food for Pascha. Be sure to check out our Pascha Cheese, the Pascha basket, and the Holy Fire in Jerusalem.

    I think I’m going to try your ladder painting. It never occurred to me before, but I’m going to love a bright turquoise ladder and another orange one on our wall. 😀

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