DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 368
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Happy Friday and weekend, friends!
Where did the week go? I don’t know.
I’ve been in lockdown mode working on (yet another) a closet project, cleaning like crazy (still), and doing lots of behind the scenes stuff for an upcoming launch. I did make something cool yesterday, but I’m trying to be more diligent with my bedtime schedule (yay me!), so it may have to wait for next week to be posted. Oh well! Just one of those weeks where I didn’t really ‘finish’ anything.
But I did showcase a proud moment when a project landed in a magazine… whoop!
Hopefully I’ll finalize more by the weekend so I can post more next week!
Thank goodness you’ve been creating though. Sometimes (no, I KNOW) you single handedly save my blog some weeks!
Wait till you see these features from last weekend’s party…
Repurposed ceiling fan windmill blades, by Sadie Seasongoods
I’ve totally changed my mind about not liking ceiling fans. Because they can now turn into THIS! Oh how I adore this project…
Eucalyptus on a branch wall art, by The Honeycomb Home
If your home needs a spring boost, it can be as simple as a few branches. Simply lovely!
Wooden dowel arrows on pallet wood, by Design, Dining and Diapers
Time to get out your crafting paper, because these arrows are too gorgeous not to attempt!
Toolbox craft storage on a wall, by My Creative Days
I always knew a good, sturdy toolbox was destined for much more than carting around tools. Love all the washi tape hung from a removable wooden dowel!
Dresser makeover with shutters, by Savvy Apron
Way to turn a family keepsake into a stunning new piece you WANT to show off! No more garage/ treadmill days for this beauty… now what will you look at, Sherry? 🙂
Book page chandelier, by Make The Best Of Things
This ceiling light has changed outfits many times over. But this last one is a total keeper, thanks to a water stained dictionary. So cool!
DIY waterproof paper bag planters, by Grillo Designs
Waterproof bags?! Well, I read the post so it’s true! Super cool! I could see making burlap waterproof now too! Hmm….
Repurposed cutting board Gather shelf, by Organized Clutter
Adoring the new shelf life of this thrift store found cutting board! Perfect for doubling up space on your kitchen counter.
This post also showcases some other adorable finds turned into gather signs!
What did you make this past week? Link up below!
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11 thoughts on “DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 368”
Been a few weeks since I’ve been here – good to be back! Thanks as always for hosting! Pinned the image. 🙂
Thanks for the party, Donna, and congrats on the magazine coverage!!
Hi Donna, today I added a hint of next week’s post at then end of my post, lots of good junk pieces made useful again. Thanks always for DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 368. Your potting area addition to your shed was so magazine ready – congratulations on having it published.
Thank so much for the feature! I seriously enjoy your link party and look forward to it every week 🙂
Congrats on the shed spread. Too cute!
I feel the same way about your link party-boosts the stats every week! I love that it’s not huge and the contributors are quality! You attract a great crowd! Thanks for hosting each week!
Thanks for coming by each weekend, Lora! I like the size of the party too, I think it really helps emphasize who IS there! And you are so right about quality! Inspires me right outta this chair!
great party for my Saturday afternoon with coffee! lovin those bags
Thanks Donna for the feature on my cutting board shelf. You’re the best!
Lots of great features, as always Donna – thanks for hosting!
Thank you for sharing my Dresser Makeover with Shutters along with these other great projects!