Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 503
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How are you enjoying this fine Black Friday, Small Business, Cyber Monday weekend?
I was a good blogger and small business owner and worked! And saved money too I suppose…
Over the past little while, I’ve been experimenting with doing more frequent video tutorials. I haven’t done much like that on Funky Junk yet but I’m going to start moreso. I finally started shooting my stories from Instagram to FB (go me! LOL) so I’m slowly figuring it all out. I just desire to inspire with actual movement as well as the written word. I’d like to build my bravery up to do FB lives but I may need another year for that one… (I kid. Maybe not.)
Anyway, it’s a busy season and I’ve barely made a dent. But I did manage to share Part 1 of my fun weekend in Seattle with my best friend! (I know! I escaped!)
Reindeer Feed Santa Sack from a sandbag
And even shared a cute way to make my own version of a Santa Sack out of a cheap $1.50 burlap sandbag from the local hardware store! This post shares a video too!
Black Friday Deals!
I’ve also got a couple of Black Friday deals going on with the stencils… you can visit the store to see the coupon code HERE plus 2 ways to enter for a chance to win 2 stencils of your choice on Instagram HERE – come on over!
Well my friends, you’ve been busy too… wait till you see these beauties from last weekend’s party…
And then blinked and didn’t get the post finished in time… but at least it’s up! Will be done in a jiffy…
Christmas Buffalo Check skotch kooler vase by Sadie Seasongoods
Ya know, I’ve never heard the term skotch kooler before this project. All I know is, this water jug turned out decadent and I want one! Sarah shares a really great tip on how to stencil on plastic too… check it out!
Barrel stave upcycles by Scavenger Chic
My first thought was, WOOD! METAL! Reindeer sleigh parts! Who cares! I need these! Don’t they look like sleigh parts to you upon first glance?
Upon closer inspection, they all do something. But what it’s REALLY cool is where these parts came from… read the most to find out more.
Christmas crate with evergreen branches by Organized Clutter
This little crate was enhanced with Christmas crate markings that themed it perfectly for this lovely branch vignette! Super sweet! This post includes the stencil source so you can theme something similar!
Repurposed belt Christmas trees art by Adirondack Girl at Heart
Industrial Christmas trees with more of a story to tell… it’s all about what they are made out of!
This tutorial will make your creative head swim….
Rustic star and wreath ornaments by Interior Frugalista
This is always such a good time of year to head to the dollar stores. What they offer is a good start… but in the hands of Marie, it gets SO much better. Aren’t these mini wreath additions adorable?
Click the link for full details on the steps!
Advent calendar Chrsitmas tree by Homeroad
A wooden Christmas tree rack for merchandise gets a revamp with the cutest advent calendar idea ever!
Click to learn where those cute sacks came from!
Quilt Christmas Tree banner by Petticoat Junktion
Don’t you just love the look of a sweet, quaint quilt? This is the tutorial for you! This sweet quilted tree banner shares a fabulous cheat on how to make those trees… and you won’t even have to pick up a sewing machine…
What did you up-cycle this past week? Link up below!
DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 503
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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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3 thoughts on “DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 503”
I want an adorable reindeer sack under my Christmas tree now – too cute for words! Your crate stencil and buffalo check stencils arrived on my doorstep yesterday and I can’t wait to play with them. Thank you so much for featuring my rustic stars, Donna! Loving all the features this week.
Such cute projects! Loving them all! The sugarplums are starting to dance in my head as the snowflakes fall outside the window:) Thanks for hosting all this wonderful creativity, Donna!
Thanks SO much for the feature Donna!! Love your reindeer feedbag–I need to track down some of those bags 🙂