Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 423
Every Friday, 7 PM through Wednesday 11 PM Pacific
Well! This past week I finally got my junk on, and took off on a little hunt and picked up…
Grain Sack Striped tote used 3 ways by Funky Junk Interiors
this cutie pie! It’s apparently a vintage berry basket! And probably the most versatile piece ever. I styled it 3 different ways in this post. Which one is your fav or what would you use it for?
Also in the post is a fun announcement for vintage grain sack stripe lovers… x 6! Yep, 6 new grain sack stripe stencils at your service!
I’m also happy to report, I’ve also been thrift store shopping so I have some fun revamps coming up!
In other exciting news, let’s check out what fun you brought over from last week’s party…
Farmhouse buffalo checked toolbox and chair by Organized Clutter
I think it’s high time Carlene started selling an entire furniture and home decor line with this look. Because it’s so kitchen farmhouse flat out awesome! Love how the silhouette pops off that buffalo check pattern!
Stencil info inside post.
Faux clocks in a picture frame by Sadie Seasongoods
It’s not what you think! This was a thrift store picture frame that was morphed into pretend clocks! I kid you not. See how easy it is to do!
Lampshade coffee side table by Homeward Found
Oh Deb, this industrial-vintage spin for a table is so working for me! Very cool idea that would add function without weight in a room.
Repurposed jeans indoor hanging herb garden by Pillar Box Blue
How is this even possible?! Once you see what’s holding the plants inside the denim pockets, it’ll all make sense! Brilliant idea and something everyone (most likely) has!
Headboard flower box planter by Knick of Time
Need a little elevation for interest in the garden? A headboard flower box planter is a perfect fix! Even room to add a house number too!
Penny kitchen island countertop by Make The Best Of Things
If originality is your thing, check out this fabulous tutorial on this penny counter. The copper adds so much warmth with a very cool industrial edge!
What have you made this past week? Link up below!
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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.
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7 thoughts on “DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 423”
Thanks Donna for sharing the great repurposed pieces you saw while you were out looking around – and Happy Birthday.
Thank you too for your 423rd DIY Salvaged Junk Projects.
Hi Donna, I love how your office tote organizer turned out. I also think the end table made from a lampshade by Homeward Found shows just how creative we ladies can be! Thanks for hosting this party; it’s always fun and full of even more ideas to take up time I don’t have:-) Cheryl
Miss Donna, thank you SO much for your kind compliments on my lampshade table and for including my ‘accidental’ project in your feature! i swear i had no IDEA that my klutziness could actually be useful!!! LOL
Thank you so much for featuring my denim herb planter. I hope you have a lovely weekend.
I LOVE the new grainsack stencils, Donna! I’ve got some projects that are calling out for them…think I need them in my life! Thanks for faithfully hosting each week!
Thanks for hosting and featuring my rooster buff check projects! Can’t wait to try the grain sack stripes!
Thanks for featuring my headboard planter this week. I adore your little tote!