PJ 229 – branches and twigs

 Branches and twigs and their many salvaged ways to use them via FunkyJunkInteriors.net

 Welcome to Party Junk 228 – Branches and twigs

Every Friday, 7PM through Sunday 11 PM Pacific

If you are a lover of decorating with nature, these creations made from branches and twigs will have you running for the back yard this weekend! I personally adore branches for their woodsy appeal. They are reclaimed wood in the most natural of ways.

Here are a few projects that inspired me…

DIY twig lampshade by Shabby Creek Cottage
DIY twig lampshade – Shabby Creek Cottage

Add lots of rustic, woodsy appeal to your lighting with a twig lampshade… so pretty!

Branch jewellery holder by FunkyJunkInteriors.net

 Branch jewelry holder in a salvaged farmhouse bathroom makeover / Funky Junk Interiors

Don’t bypass a freshly pruned branch… bring it inside and put it to work for you in unique ways! This branch jewellery holder was the perfect touch beside the bathroom sink.

Rustic log wreath by Duke & Duchesses

 A log (or branch) wreath / Duke & Duchesses

This beautifully rustic branch wreath is perfection. So easy to make too!

Branch handled toolboxes by FunkyJunkInteriors.net

Branch handled toolboxes  / Funky Junk Interiors

Branches make wonderful toolbox handles… cut to size and you’re done! 

27 clever ways to use branches and twigs via Hometalk, featured on FunkyJunkInteriors.net

Visit this wonderful collection of 27 uses of Branches and Sticks on one clipboard on Hometalk HERE!

Using twigs and branches in a unique way?
Link them up in this weekend’s themed linkup below!


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15 thoughts on “PJ 229 – branches and twigs

  1. Hi Donna, loved your newsletter on Monday (and what a happy surprise to see my funky junky tool box there too). Thanks for diy projects using branches and twigs, great ideas.

  2. Hi Donna, I linked up in both sections this week {hope that’s okay!} I’m LOVING all the branch/twig projects. I can’t wait until it’s warmed up enough here to get out and collect some more branches for something fun over here!
    Thanks so much for the party!


  3. I love using nature’s bounty to create cool things, and we have a lot of nature here. I’ve pinned this post because there are so many awesome ideas linked up here! I’m going to have fun when the snow melts gathering twigs & branches for the projects I’d love to try. Thanks!
    Debbie 🙂

  4. Hi Donna!!

    I love bringing nature indoors, and I cannot think of a better idea thing that twigs and branches, brilliant! Thanks for hosting, have a wonderful weekend – xo

  5. You inspired the headboard I linked up this week. Pulling junk together to help make something awesome. I hope you check out the architectural salvage I used. Thanks for inspiring me in all that you do and for hosting this awesome party.

    Shannon ~ bohemianjunktion.com

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