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Or, it sure was in my area this past week. We got hit with several snow storms which was completely cool, challenging, and distracting all in one! It was as if every window I walked by was a new TV screen and I had to keep peeking out to see what was going on every 30 seconds. Never mind keeping the driveway clear and my truck unfrozen… but hey, if food’s in the house, and I don’t have to drive AND the power stays on, bring it! But only for a little while…
I don’t know how snow country folks do this lots. I’m done being indoors and it’s only been storming for 1 week. How do you survive?!
I caught some fun captures of local traffic down my street on Instagram… check it out HERE
But I did get some closet purging done today thanks to THIS challenge…
Scrap wood Tic Tac Toe game tray by Funky Junk Interiors
… and I even made something fun! This Tic Tac Toe game was one of a few new Valentine’s Day themed stencils that were launched this past week, and I just HAD to make this game idea come to life!
Speaking of fun things, wait till you see the features from last week’s party… so unique!
This week’s features – DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 510
Barn quilt door by The DIY Dreamer
Christine had me at ‘old door’ but goodness gracious… this barn quilt design tips the awesome scales WAY over! Isn’t this incredible? Visit post link for exceptional instructions! Now I know!
Galvanized farmhouse tray wall shelf by Homeroad
Susan does it again, with another super cool farmhouse wall shelf from a tray this round! LOVE this clean look! Click the link for the full tutorial.
Antique sewing machine TV table by My Repurposed Life
Wow… WOW! I love a great antique but this sewing machine revamp is the coolest AND productive antique-infused piece! Now that is a wonderful looking big TV screen stand is it not?! Click the link for full instructions.
Wicker basket and trivet boho wall decor by Sadie Seasongoods
My goodness. Never did I ever think to suggest to my mom to hang her trivets… she had oodles of these! Teamed up with baskets, what a beautiful colourful boho vibe this wall now is! So wonderfully staged. Click the link for the amazing instructions.
Painted dresser with flower transfers by Create With Cynthia
Wow. This beautiful dresser shape is so beautiful with all its curves! But how Cynthia added these floral touches to it turns it into spectacular! The design suits the piece so well! Visit the post link for the full instructions.
Walnut wreath by Create With Cynthia
This outstanding walnut wreath is rustic, organic, woodsy, whitewashed, and everything in between. What a beautiful piece that feels like winter and spring wrapped all in one. Click the link for the exceptional tutorial.
What did you up-cycle this past week? Link it up below!
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3. Only projects new to this link party please, to keep things fresh.
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7 thoughts on “DIY Salvaged Junk Project 510”
I am so honored to be featured on your page. Sweet Friend, I have been following you and loving your stuff for sooooo many years. You are my inspiration. Thanks again.
I’ve been watching your nasty weather on the news this week. Us western Canadian provinces have been hit hard this week too. I can’t believe here in Alberta we were the coldest place on earth on Wednesday morning! They got hit hard with cold weather in Kelowna too where my sister lives. I hear you re: cabin fever. Stay warm!
I’m so excited you got to enjoy some beautiful snow this week, Donna! It is definitely God’s artistry:) And lucky you, you don’t have it as long as we do! Thanks for hosting each week!
Brrrrrrrrrr, I would go bonkers stuck inside like that but you know you can always escape to Africa if you manage to de-snow your driveway. Our little house by the sea is all yours and the sunshine is guaranteed 😉
Hello Donna, another week with beautiful ideas ☻
Great features this week!
ohhh Donna! You made my week featuring my t.v. stand made from the old sewing machine base.
thanks so much!