Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 452
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Well… I have had quite a week.
I received a call from my brother that we had to act fast. The big barn came down at my childhood farm and we had 2 days to salvage what we desired. I’m sharing our bittersweet finds in a post and video.
Aside from that, I’ve been busy designing Christmas stencils (coming soon!) and got my hair done. But I also had a few new brainstorms for Christmas so I’m hoping to make my way to a thrift store AND hardware store to find what I’m after. Crossing fingers my quirky idea works out!
Have you started Christmas decorating yet? What running theme are you going with this year?
And here’s what you’ve been up to lately with last weekend’s link party highlights…
DIY rust on new tin cans by Knick of Time
These tin cans had me at rust. However, would you believe these tin cans started out as new?! This post successfully shows you how to rust anything!
Vintage kitchenware turkey-bot assemblage by Wisconsin Magpie
Time to round up that vintage kitchenware and make use of all those fabulous quirky shapes, because this turkey-bot is adorable! Wonder if I could come up with a deer head for Christmas! Those feet could be antlers…
Branch Christmas Gnomes by Pillar Box Blue
In 10 minutes, you could have a little family of adorable gnomes. Or mini Santas. Start with branches… and the post shows you how with the rest!
Oversized acorns from nut bowls by Sadie Seasongoods
How to turn an acorn bowl into an acorn? This is what they should be made for in the first place, don’t you think? So genius…
Industrial lampshade Christmas tree by Pillar Box Blue
I was just dreaming up super quirky Christmas tree ideas when my eyes landed on this beauty. Oh my goodness YES! Click to the post to see how it was all decked out… I love the plain too ways! Which is your fav?
P.S. And now we know what to do with those Christmas tins.
Plaid fabric Christmas trees by Organized Clutter
At first glance, I needed in on this paint treatment, but that’s not what it is!
What a clever way to use a stencil! Visit the post for full stencil and tutorial instructions.
Holiday mirror chalkboards by The Interior Frugalista
What were once two mirrors are now chalkboard holiday signs. Adorable! Love the use of chalk instead of paint for a nice change. And aren’t those frames so perfect for this?
Vintage red wagon Christmas Tree skirt by Penny’s Vintage Home
Stacked vintage wagons in a white kitchen for a Christmas tree skirt? COUNT ME IN! This tour has so many quaint Christmas ideas. Which part is your fav?
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, to keep things fresh. Repeats may be deleted.
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 to the party! Would love it if you pinned the first gallery picture instead. Thank-you!
Tags: Saturday Nite Special link parties
6 thoughts on “DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 452”
Thank you so much Donna for featuring both my Christmas Gnomes and tree. I use love upcycling things into Christmasdecorations this time of year. Have a fabulous weekend.
What a nice surprise to see my kitchen Christmas tree included in your features this week, thank you! This week I shared how I repurposed a big mail box to hold a simple Christmas tree and used a vintage chicken feeder to create a Christmas vignette on the kitchen counter. Enjoy your week end!
Thanks for hosting the party. I can’t wait to see what you do with what you gathered from your family barn. I know it will be fabulous!
Thanks Donna for featuring my framed stencil template crafts. I can’t wait to get my hands on your new Christmas stencils!
Oh, to see that barn in a heap just makes me cry:( Just don’t want these beauties disappearing! Glad you could salvage some pieces; I’m sure that was kind of overwhelming, because you only have room for so much! I still have the barn doors from my bro-in-law’s barn from years ago. They’re pretty shot, but make for good photo backdrops. Have a great weekend, Donna!
That must have been bittersweet salvaging wood from your childhood barn. Sad to see it go but loads of project potential with sentimental value. Thank you so much Donna, for including my holiday chalkboards with your features this week – much appreciated!