Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 550
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Happy weekend friends!
This past week I shared a really exciting home reno project I finally got done that I waited at least 10 years for…
I had the roof panels of my patio replaced, and it’s like this major dread weight has been lifted! I view this now gorgeous white ceiling from my kitchen windows so I’m thrilled at how white and beautiful the ceiling now looks!
But not all went as planned… so if you’re in the market for an affordable roof option, I suggest you give this post a read so you don’t do what I did!
That said… it’s the first time in 10+ years the roof doesn’t leak so I’m thrilled! Money well spent I say.
I’ve also been hammering away at the computer designing stencils for Christmas. I generally struggle with Christmas because it arrives on the heels of fall which I’m still in the mood for! But once a rhythm hits, a collection can come together quickly. Crossing fingers my ideas click in place by the end next week so I have plenty of time to make lotsa stuff!
And… you’re amazing projects are messing with me… I want to keep belting out fall projects now too thanks to some of these amazing ideas from last week’s party…
DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 550 features:
Please visit each original project link below before pinning.
While acorns may traditionally be used for fall decorating, I LOVE this Christmas banner rendition! Click the link for all the fab details! Don’t you love their little wooden ‘toques?’ haha
If you love plants but not the upkeep, this idea is truly a keeper… and makes the prettiest fall vases to boot! This post shares why the upkeep is SO simple… and easily done in minutes! Have you tried this?
Layering on glass for a picture? Imagine all the brilliant possibilities with this one! Plus… stenciling on glass is very forgiving, which is also featured in this awesome tutorial! Isn’t this the cutest?
If you have boring dollar store pumpkins, why not ‘terra cotta’ them up instead? This chalky effect is stunning and can be done on most any surface! Click the post link to learn how.
With the earlier evenings now in play, what a cozy way to infuse an all natural fall in one fell swoop! Click the post to learn more.
This assemblage of salvaged finds blended into one is an absolute work of art! I’m certainly inspired to start collecting tin roof now! Click to learn how this was put together! Beautiful!
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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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