DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 342
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We are in the midst of HOT weather, as in heat wave-ish. I’m secretly glad…I just wasn’t ready to be ‘cold’ yet upon our return back home. And boy did I get what I wished for. Are you still deep in summer mode your way too?
Regardless of the heat, it’s been full speed ahead with my ‘finish the house’ mantra, tackling my newly painted and arranged patio with a new toy for good measure.
I also had a nice surprise in my mail. Not one, but THREE projects landed in one of the prettiest magazines out there.
So, you might say it’s been a good week!
And after peeking at the things you made last week, I can see you’ve had a good one too!
Here’s a few fab highlights from last week…
Galvanized farmhouse bathroom shelf, by Knick of Time
Ever go into a feed store and stall as you gaze upon all the galvanized metal goodness? I do it all the time, wishing I could bring one of everything home. And I’m glad to see I’m in good company, with Angie’s genius tub shelf hanging on her bathroom wall as I type! That means I can give in, and get some now, yes?
Easy pallet wood postcard display, by Scavenger Chic
Joan had me at pallet wood. But this simple yet productive idea for postcards is just junk smart chic! While this one showcases post cards, you could do this with mail, photos, kid art, or dare I say it… bills…
Baking pan tiered farmhouse stand, by Adirondack Girl at Heart
Nothing spells farmhouse style than stacking two cake pans to make one awesome tiered stand!
I’d love to see home baked cookies in mine though. Peanut butter, to be exact. But baked by another… any takers?
Automotive themed boy’s bedroom, by The Cozy Old Farmhouse
Industrial lovers will appreciate the cool decor in this boy’s bedroom. This is one fun must tour!
All I know is, those numbered hooks are most certainly calling my name…
Repurposed junk owl wind chime, by Thrifty Rebel Vintage
Upon first glance, you may think this belongs to a cook. But I’ll take cooking utensils into the garden instead any day! Isn’t this the sweetest thing?
House numbers hanging flower stand, by Knick of Time
Ever notice how hard some house numbers are hard to read? Angie came up with a creative AND smart idea, with this beautiful number! (s)
DIY mini patio mini farm table with patio update, by Funky Junk Interiors
Planning to only paint the rails of the patio, this project became so much more… does’t it always? It even comes with a new, easy farmhouse styled DIY…
So, what did you make this past week?
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8 thoughts on “DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 342”
Thanks, Donna!!! Have a GREAT weekend!
Thanks so much for featuring my owl wind chime Donna! Hope you have a lovely weekend.
Ha ha–if you lived nearby, I’d bake you some PB cookies, Donna 🙂 Thanks for the lovely feature–have a great week-end!
Your refreshed deck looks great and the desk/table was a quick and very useful redo too. Thanks Donna for DIY Salvage PJ 342, love seeing what others are doing.
Thanks for the double feature, Donna! I’m jealous of your patio – it looks so comfy and inviting! Making a new patio was on my to-do list this summer, but it just didn’t happen.
Thanks so much for the party this weekend. Always a “treasure”. 😀
Thanks for hosting Donna, yep we are still in some warm weather here!
great features…inspired to do a project or clean something up. Your porch looks great and I’m lovin the mini farm table! Still hot in NC