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So nice to see you again for another weekend of inspiring junk!
Even I got busy! Aside from painting trim on the house (which I completed btw!!) I even managed to start my yearly workshop gut and purge so I can plan a better layout! I’m still getting the finishing touches done on the new screen door which I hope to share next week!
I even managed to get a creative post up this week which I positively love…
This little wood scrap walkway really dressed up the front yard in a hurry! And with my eventual goal of getting more reclaimed wood near the house outdoors, this gets me one step closer! Click for a new way to (hopefully) help keep these boards from deteriorating more-so for a good long time! So easy!
It felt good to get working with reclaimed wood again. It never seems to fail…
It’s also fun to see what you come up with that may or may not involve reclaimed wood! There’s at least one idea I will be nearly copying to the letter soon! Here’s a few amazing highlights from last week’s party…
DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 528 features:
So… these vases look so professionally made, I didn’t even think they were DIYed! But they most certainly are! You must click over to see the before… my goodness! And thanks for the lesson on what this look is called, Sarah! Learn new stuff every day here…
Do you remember playing marbles and being mesmerized by their seemingly impossible designs? Now you can mimic a marble-look with this fabulous paint technique! Aren’t these gorgeous? Click the link to learn how!
There’s this restaurant in Maui that has an entire store filled with an amazing collection of coffee mills / grinders. So this post made me smile BIG! This post shares a lovely way to display them all in a group! Just love how the distressing (also shown) was done on those shelves! Click the link to see how.
I love bird things in my own yard, so this reclaimed wood bird feeder lit my creative fire! Love how it was flipped into a ‘resort’ at the same time… so creative! Click for the full instructions with source links to the bird feeder supplies and stencils!
Oh my goodness. Wait until you see what was used to make these adorable plant covers… tie-dyed style! I want to wear them just like this! Click to see what I’m talking about! Adore this look!
Susan, how in the world did you know I was needing a mini work bench in my workshop and your potting bench plans are perfect?! I’ll be making something similar, so thanks for the inspiration! Click for full instructions.
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