Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 475
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Happy weekend everyone!
Pizza Friday is upon me once again and that’s one good reason to stay happy! haha Anyone else have a special day reserved for something you love?
This past week I seemed to spend a LOT of time on behind the scenes stuff. Some weeks are just like that.
From listing new garden-themed stencils (yay!!), and ramping up my Hawaiian travel section HERE which took a LONG time. But now at least you can get there how the info is organized!
But one long standing series I’ve been meaning to post about I finally did. I’ve shared loads of my bike trail adventures with you, but never got into a productive series on it… so I started with Part 1 on how I got addicted to my accidental bike habit.
Part 2 will be about my bike and fav gear, and Part 3, how I service it. It’s a helpful series that will hopefully entice you to move, despite your heath or (heh) age… 😉
Today I’ll back in my photo studio working with the new stencils. You can sneak peek what I’m working on from Instagram Stories HERE
Hopefully I’ll be more vocal on the blog next week!
So as I build up content, let’s take a peek at some of the amazing highlights from last weekend’s party…
Songibrd tin can wind chime by Picture Box Blue
The colours alone make me feel happy! I can only imagine how charming this must sound… isn’t this the cutest theme?
Repurposed farm tools wall hooks by Knick of Time
Give me a few rusty tools, and just like Angie, I’m in farmhouse heaven! Love how productive these hooks are, and perfectly themed for spring and summer no less.
Spring / Easter clay pot place holder nests by Interior Frugalista
While Easter may be over, spring is not. And I could totally see these gorgeous place holders become rustic nests! I want some…
Milk can patio table by Knick of Time
Sometimes the simplest things we already have can become instant patio must-haves like this milk can side table. Complete with decadent rust… yum!
How to paint a faux concrete wall by Songbird
I want to try this faux cement wall treatment SO much! I love the industrial vibe…
Farmhouse styled milk painted wall cabinet by Organized Clutter
This perfect little cabinet became a perfectly stenciled work of art, farmhouse-style, thanks to Carlene’s creative use of stencil placement! You inspire me so much, my friend. All paint and stencil details are in side this post.
What did you make 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, 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.
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7 thoughts on “DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 475”
Thank you for hosting!
I LOVE the new stencils!!!!
xo Lisa S
Hi Donna – love your bike series – love seeing all those lovely views as you explore. Railroad bridge – hidden adventure. Thank your for your 475th DIY Salvage Junk Projects.
Thank you so much Donna, for featuring my song bird wind chime.
Thanks so much for hosting!!
Thanks for hosting, Donna! I missed last week, so added a couple extras this week;) Have a great weekend!
I enjoyed reading Part 1 of your accidental bike ride series and look forward to Part 2! I’m also green with envy of the gorgeous trails you have right at your doorstep. The beauty of living in my absolute favorite province, beautiful British Columbia. We have our lovely river valley trails here but I wouldn’t bike them solo. Thank you so much for featuring my Spring place holders! Happy biking trails this weekend, Donna 🙂
Thanks for the feature on my little stenciled wall cabinet!