Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 378
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Welcome to rain drenched BC! But the good news? My renewed passport arrived today. All that really means is I don’t feel like I HAVE to stay home now. Toughest 2 weeks of my life! 🙂
This past week, I also did a little corner cleaning outdoors, and even a little within…
I also visited a gorgeous tulip field in our area. The photos looked positively photoshopped! As did the mud covered bright blue booties worn by girls in gorgeous dresses… it was a fun afternoon!
The theme of this party is JUNK
And just for a little additional housecleaning, I’d just like to emphasize that this party is all about repurposed projects made from something else. I’m sorry to say, it does not include brand new crafts. So if you see your posts disappear, that’s because they don’t fit this theme. Thank you in advance for help keeping this junk party extra junky special! 🙂
Now on with you!
Here’s some suuuper creative highlights from last week’s party…
Picture frames 3 tiered stand, by Confessions of a Serial DIYer
As if that colour wasn’t enough to WOW you alone, check out what a couple of picture frames CAN become! Isn’t that the coolest thing?
Old lamp earring display by Homeroad
This lamp shade earring stand was made for this.This one should be mass produced, by YOU Susan!
Pet portrait map art, by Pillar Box Blue
While our pets are busy melting our hearts, I’m all over this map pet art! Sooooo creative! I can see now how to use fabric, book pages, anything you wish after this amazing tutorial!
Woven metal bread basket, by Sadie Seasongoods
This clever idea is modern farmhouse ALL the way. Beautiful revamp to all. the. bread. baskets. in. the. world.
Card file styled antique cabinet, by Sharon M for the Home
Most of us repaint stuff. But this revamp just needed a sander… and a little clever hardware and lettering placement. What a beauty!
DIY Reclaimed Wood Sliding TV Cover by Simplicity in the South
This pretty reclaimed wood wall art does SO much more. You must click over to see the surprise inside!
Table top farmhouse clock, by Adirondack Girl At Heart
An old table top goes all Paris Watch on us… it does not look like a repurpose!
What did you make this past week? Link up below!
~ Blah blah linkup rules ~
1. Upcycled, DIY home decor projects only please. Items for sale must be in tutorial form on your blog. NO FOOD NOR NEW CRAFTS please.
2. Linkups must be your own work, not another’s.
3. Only projects new to this link party please. The themed linkup (if applicable) is an exception.
4. By linking up here, you’re cool with me featuring you on my blog, Pinterest, Twitter, FJI Facebook with a link back to you, or its own new LINK WIDGET with no additional permission required.
5. No need to link back! Pinning the first image instead would be very appreciated. Thank you! 🙂
11 thoughts on “DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 378”
Listening to what you need as opposed to what you have been used to doing, that is not an easy change but it is important. Being Kinder to Me – maybe that will be a new sign – Kinder to Me – thank you for writing that post.
Thanks Donna for your DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 378. I used a piece of raw edge salvaged wood to make a garden sign to go with the work I have been doing getting my yard in a somewhat better shape this week, just happy to have 3 days of no rain and some sun while weeding and cleaning and planting.
Thanks so much for the feature Donna! I wish I could mass produce this one, it would be a hit I think! This one was a lot of fun to create! 🙂
Donna. My wife and I are going to Maui. What are a couple places you liked, besides the obvious. Did you drive to Hana? Stay in Hana?Took the road around the back side from Hana?
I have never done the full Hana tour on my own except when my parents drove me WAY back. 🙂 I drove up until Twin Falls and wished I had gone further, it was getting incredibly beautiful.
A couple of hot spots would be the junk decorated Plantation for dinner (it’s so good and incredibly beautiful!) Iao Valley (like a mini Hana), and the tiny private beaches to the right of Charley Young Beach.
You can read all of my adventures under: https://www.funkyjunkinteriors.net/tag/maui
In fact, I need to create a special way to find all the maui stuff at this point! Thanks for the kick in the right direction!
Thanks for hosting, and for sharing a little bit of your heart this week! I know that as a DIY blogger it’s a challenge to be a little bit more transparent about deep things…I’m working on that myself! Sorry you had rainy days to contend with this week! Luckily we’ve hit a stretch of beautiful days in a row, so I’ve been working my hands off on outdoor projects like my patio chairs and teaking and staining everything in sight-whew! Looking forward to having marshmallows by a campfire by the time it’s dark out tonight!
Thanks for including my cupcake stand, Donna!! Happy Mother’s Day!!
Please look after yourself Donna and thank you so much for hosting the Salvaged Junk party.
I don’t have anything to link up this week but I still love to come and visit as you seem to have the best projects. I just love to see what everyone has done with their junk. Thank you so much for featuring my map portrait tutorial.
From rain drenched Quebec to rain drenched BC-thanks for feature! While reading your article about “cleaning up” it reminds me of the road I’ve been traveling for a couple of years. I’m a hard core workaholic and a the hardest thing for Sharon is taking care of Sharon. Thanks for sharing and reminding me how important it is!
Thanks so much for featuring my reclaimed wood TV cover! I have to credit you for starting my love for reusing pallet wood many years ago. Hope you have a wonderful mother’s day!
Thanks so much for the party, Donna and for the wonderful feature 🙂 Happy Mother’s Day to you!!