Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 494
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The weeks are whizzing by for me so fast. Didn’t I just post a party yesterday? Guess not! I guess that just means it was a busy week with lots going on. I submitted some new fall stencil designs with a unique twist (eeek! more soon!)
And also dug into an apparently now new hobby I didn’t intend to start…
Friends, I am not a foodie. Like at all. I eat to survive so I have more time to DIY. However a visit to my Dr resulted in a bunch of tests ‘just in case’. Turns out I needed one specifically. The results were not awesome…
So, in this post I shared all the results and what I’m currently doing about it. Would love your insight in the comments of THIS POST if you have added tips!
I’ve also done a bunch of new junk shopping so there’s lots to play with… I’ll share more about that next week!
DIY time! Back to you, here are some amazing features from last week’s party…
Crate stenciled vintage wooden laundry hangers by Organized Clutter
So… there’s this stencil that was designed so anything could look like it was made from reclaimed wood. Carlene NAILED it in this adorable project, did she not?! Full stencil details are inside this post.
Thrift store junk fall turkey by Wisconsin Magpie
A new junk cutie just in time for fall has officially joined the junk turkey family! So THAT’S what one can do with an applesauce strainer!
Pumpkin Spice fall trays by Homeroad
Susan is full speed ahead with 3 galvanized tray layers of the cutest pumpkins, and of course, the necessary Pumpkin Spice tray for that too! Full stencil details are inside this post.
Christmas tree tray by Knick of Time
What is it about traditional buffalo check and spruce green that will turn heads every time? I sure did! But the added message was so perfect! Can you guess what this tray is made from? Click through to find out…
Antique brass shelving brackets by Rever en Couleur
Before you say this isn’t a repurpose, it actually is! Brackets don’t come in this tone, but they sure can if you find the right paint! Aren’t the brackets perfect for displaying your favorite things? And take no room at all. Click to learn where to get the goods!
Sweet sweater succulents by Homeward Found
Did you know Deb was the original creator of the sweater pumpkin craze gone mad? Well… she came up with another sweeeeeet variation, and this round it’s succulents! This blog post comes with an amazing tutorial. (let the next craze begin…. LOL)
What up-cycled projects 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.
5. No need to link back to the party in your posts. I would love it if you shared the first gallery picture instead. Thank-you!
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6 thoughts on “DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 494”
Fun variety of features this week, Donna! Hope you’re new-found diet helps you feel better! Thanks for hosting. Can’t wait to see what new stencils you’ve been dreaming up!
5 new fall ones hopefully will be released this week! Workin’ it… 😀
ah, Miss Donna, thank you once again for your generous inclusion of my latest crazy creative idea in your feature…. though i’ll admit, i *honestly* didn’t know other people would take to my Sweet Sweater Succulents as enthusiastically as they have. my blog post is goin’ wild! (i figured i was pretty far out on that limb, shoving toothpicks into a green sweater pumpkin…. 😉 ) I’m so glad it’s being enjoyed by everyone! thank you for hosting this amazing place to share <3
Well deserved Deb! It’s so adorable and uber creative!
Hmmm. Don’t think my husband would want to eat like a menopausal women should. I can use that as my excuse, but I should eat healthier too. Thanks for featuring my hanger display!
I am definitely intrigued by the No Bloat Diet book you’re reading, Donna. Love your features again this week. Thanks for hosting and hope you have a lovely Sunday!