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Well, this past week our weather forecast was calling for some REAL fall weather, which really means getting socked in for several day with heavy rain and wind.
So to beat it to the punch, I burst outdoors with tools in hand, and got lots done on the shed project! I cannot WAIT for you to see the cutest shed barn door next week!
But this past week, I did a shed update sharing the new-old siding!
What a job. But I landed some new-old reclaimed wood and after tons of prep, it was finally ready to install… and the outcome is completely amazing!
Come on over and see what’s new! This post also includes some helpful tips on how easy it is to add siding with this method.
Hope you’ll join me next week when I share the new door and a soft reveal… it’s turning out so cool!
I also managed to share the cutest fall project with a productive twist in mind…
I needed a place to store all that fab fall fruit I was collecting, so this little perfectly themed rustic fruit crate did then trick!
This post includes how to build the crate from scrap wood using nails to get the real deal old look!
So if you love old crates but can’t land any, maybe making one could be right up your alley!
Let’s now catch up with you! Goodness guys. Wait until you see these fab highlights from last week’s party…
DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 546 features:
Please visit each original project link below before pinning.
If you are a nature lover, you are going to LOVE this gorgeous fall centerpiece, styled like a cake! Isn’t it spectacular? I need some wood slices cut STAT! Click the link to learn all the details. Such a good tutorial!
These cozy pumpkins are not only completely adorable,they are so perfectly themed for fall with lovely patterns resembling quilts or sweaters! Oh my mind is reeling now! Find out how easy this is to do through the link!
An old broken table top turned into the most wonderful table riser, vintage grain sack style! I love how handy it could be for serving, or offering height for a centrepiece! Learn how by clicking the link. Includes how to add grain sack stripes easily too!
Oh hello you unbelievable cutting board turned miniature office desk with shelf and accessories! Michelle has done many mini transformations and this post also shares her best tips on getting this look. Click the link to learn how to create this enchanting kind of art! Isn’t it spectacular?
Don’t ax- up all those log chunks for firewood, because boy is this project for you! This post shares several different ways to make wooden owls for garden art. Adorable! But be sure and visit the post link so you can see the others too!
Don’t tell a soul, but I currently have a curb-found dresser eating up space in my garage because I’d LOVE to turn it into a bathroom vanity just like this one! This amazing tutorial is very detailed, encouraging you to save every square drawer space while adding a sink. Click to learn how! I’m now totally encouraged!
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1. Upcycled, DIY home decor projects only please. Items for sale must be in tutorial form. 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.
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