Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 413
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No DIY here yet in Funky Junk land. I’m still busy being on the mend. However I did start sharing my current story in THIS post.
I’m just so happy to see so many others in full out creative mode! Here’s some beautiful features from last week’s party …
How to make new books look old by Homeward Found Decor
Who doesn’t love a stack of tone-on-tone vintage books?! This post showcases a method on how to age any books to look just like they’ve been found in some farmhouse attic long ago, using simple ingredients you already have at home.
How to build a DIY Teepee by Cherished Bliss
Hello gorgeous room! There’s so much originality to appreciate here… however that canvas-look DIY tent sent me into a tailspin. Now I want a quilt and pillows to look just like that!
Faux flowering branches, part of a spring farmhouse tour by 1915 House
Isn’t this pretty and so perfect for spring? But don’t worry, you don’t need the perfect pink flowering tree to achieve this… you can make this.
This lovely image is only one of many incredible shots of a farmhouse spring tour. I honestly had trouble selecting which photo to feature here… wait till you see the washtub!
Pine tree drawn candle votives by Stow and Tell U
Being a bike lovin’ trail rider, this design stole my outdoorsy heart. Find out how easy it is to get this look on anything you desire!
Bag tied Valentines, part of a gorgeous Valentine’s Day Table setting by So Much Better With Age
And we’re going to end the features with one more big WOW. This tablescape must be seen. It’s surreal I mean, what’s hung on the chairs?! And what’s on the table looks like it was designed by Heaven itself.
With the perfect little bag holding Valentines for each place setting…
What have you made 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. Repeats are welcome in secondary themed linkups only.
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! : )
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8 thoughts on “DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 413”
Thanks for the party, Donna!
Thanks for another great party, especially with all you are going through!!
Hi Donna. Hope you jaw is not as painful this week and that your foot is healing well and beginning to be more comfortable.
Thanks for your 413th DIY Salvage Junk Projects this week. I used an piece of old board, made myself a Hygge stencil and then went around taking photos of what I have that makes me feel cozy, comfortable, have feelings of well-being and gives me contentment. Coffee (latte) was on my list.
oh my goodness!!! thank you SO much for featuring my sneaky little book trick, Miss Donna! i’ve been having fun with that one for…. oh, decades now… so it makes me feel silly that i never thought to share the ‘how-to’ on my blog before. better late than never, huh?! i’m thrilled that everyone likes it and am very honored that you have included it in your feature. much love back at you!
~ deb @ homewardFOUND
Thank you for hosting the party.
everything looks pretty…I have so many books that I love the idea of making a few look vintage!
I have not been creating…house projects…changing out the closet door in our master bath.
one thing off the list…
Hope you feel better…take care of you
Whew, made it and loving the inspiration. Hope your feeling better, Donna and wishing you healing week!
Thanks for including my pine jar candles in with the features this week. My son is living in Tacoma now. We went to visit him in August and I have been on a pine tree craze ever since. It’s so beautiful up that way which I know isn’t too far from you. What a blessing to be able to enjoy scenery like that all the time!