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Happy nearly end of November! Are ya festive-feelin’ it yet?!
We have had frost outside for a few weekends now and I even got a chance to try out my new windshield cover I picked up from Costco. Boy was I done with scraping! Hope it works… LOL
In other news, I took off on a weekend getaway with a friend to Seattle… how fun was that! Will share our adventures soon. But once back, I managed to finish up a post I had started on the cutest sign with a twist…
Joy Buffalo Checked Christmas sign by Funky Junk Interiors
This cutie on 2 fence planks was fun to make! But the best part is decorating up that Buffalo Checked ornament! This post includes a full video tutorial this round as well, shown displayed 3 different ways. Gotta love options…
And boy have you guys been busy! Wait till you see these DARLING highlights from last weekend’s party…
Reindeer Feed Christmas bucket by Organized Clutter
Carlene with new Christmas stencils in her hands turns into Santa’s Workshop… because this bucket of Reindeer Feed is adorable!
This is a post that shares her Christmas porch with MANY other projects as well. Come on over and take the full festive tutorial-led tour!
Junk snowmen ornaments by Petticoat Junktion
Do you collect junk? Then it’s a MUST to head on over to this post which shares MANY other junk-infused ornament ideas! This junker is feelin’ it big time…
Handmade cutting board with feet by Rever en Couleur
Lovely calm, soothing tablescape, yes? Oh yes. But it’s WAY more than that. That vintage-styled cutting board is available to anyone that has a chunk of wood. I kid you not. Head on over to see what I’m talking about!
Spool Christmas ornaments by Pillar Box Blue
If you have a traveller in your life, or like things with memories attached, these map spool ornaments are so perfectly charming! This post also shares other spool tutorials! Click the link to check out my fav with the scroll… swoon!
Santa’s cookies and milk Christmas tray by Interior Frugalista
A bed tray turns into the perfect tray for Santa’s visit… plus! Marie shares how to hand paint this sweet image (with printable!) so you can create a charming tray design yourself! A bed tray has never looked so good…
Thanksgiving toolbox centrepiece by Lora B
We’ve all heard of the horn of plenty, but how about the toolbox of plenty more coolness? This is adorable and absolutely perfect to quickly put together for Thanksgiving or any season! Click the link to learn Lora’s tricks…
What did you up-cycle this past week? Link up below!
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3. Only projects new to this link party please, to keep things fresh. Repeats may be deleted.
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16 thoughts on “DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 502”
Thanks for the feature Donna! I love all the features but especially the Reindeer feed bucket!
You’re welcome Kathy, I love your junky takes! And I know… that feed bucket needs to land on my own front porch… and it just may yet! Such a great vision I didn’t have myself!
I know you Canadians are like…”enough with the Thanksgiving already; we’re over it”. But here in the U.S., there are people who are very intent on our Thanksgiving not getting lost. Wish we had it earlier like you lucky folks do! The Christmas juices are flowing! Thanks for hosting, Donna, and for featuring my Tool Caddy centerpiece!
Not at all Lora! I can happily celebrate your Thanksgiving when you have it too! Your vignette is so pretty!
I don’t really view it as getting lost as it’s still there, but I do understand how it’s perceived that way to some. Late fall is a unique time of year when fall and winter are both combined… so why not?!
oh, Lora, i could not agree MORE! i am one of those people!
i love Thanksgiving, even though i celebrate it very differently now that my kids all live far away. it’s the only ‘non-commercial’ holiday, and it means something to me. i stubbornly refuse to move into Christmas until AFTER Thanksgiving. (i don’t shop on Black Friday, either – i decorate!!!! 😉 )
I’ve enjoyed watching your trip to Seattle on stories, it looks like a fun city to visit. Thank you for featuring my cotton real map ornaments.
Thanks Claire, that was one fun weekend! And I always love to see what you bring over… your cotton real (sorry, we say thread spools haha!) projects are among my favs!!
I love it!!! have a good weekend ☻♥
Thank-you Elsa, and welcome back! 🙂
Thanks Donna for the feature on my covered patio projects. Every year can plan my Christmas decor around your latest stencils! Thanks! Just my style!
They sure must be Carlene, because every year you pull it off to perfection! LOVE how you bring them to life!
Your JOY sign is beautiful, Donna! Thank you for featuring my Santa milk & cookie tray. It’s going to my grandkid’s house today to put under their tree. Have a good weekend! Ours is going to be all about spending time with family and watching sappy Hallmark Christmas movies (love the sap this time of year). LOL
Thanks Marie! Your tray is crazy cool… who knew a bed tray could look so adorable?! And a big yes to the sap! haha They may be the same storyline, but it never gets old, does it?
i’m sitting over here laughing because i’m the only person whose gonna’ link up a fall project this week!!! it was a last-minute project that i did in about ten minutes, and i thought ‘put it on the blog and link it up – maybe there is *one other person in the world* who hasn’t already decorated their entire house for Christmas,who could use this idea for Thanksgiving!’ 😉
there are SO many really great holiday/winter projects already linked up here -looks like i’m gonna’ be on the computer for awhile this weekend! thanks for an always inspiring party, Miss Donna!
Haha! I’m in the camp of ‘you do you’ so I’m glad you brought over what you wanted to! It’s beautiful!
Thank you so much for featuring my handmade cutting board, what a nice surprise!
Have a good week!