DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 557
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Hi everyone! So nice to have you back!
And can someone please send me a few clones? I have so many projects on the go in various building and drying stages that I can’t seem to complete even one!
But I’m happy to report, I did share a cutie this past week…
Wood round Christmas sweater ornament with stencils by Funky Junk Interiors
I was sharing my junk stash that I decorate with for Christmas on Instagram stories when I came across a broken lazy susan… and at that very moment, I new what it had to become. This oversized ornament also showcases Christmas Sweater and working with milk paint this round! Visit the link for all the fun details, including a helpful video!
It looks as cute as can be hanging up, ready for a home tour debut… maybe. If I get everything else done!
And speaking of home tours, there’s a very special one in the highlights below from last week’s party, also filled with stunning projects… you just wait…
DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 557 features:
Please visit each original project link below before pinning.
Upcycled Charlie Brown Tree by Sadie Seasongoods
This is not JUST another Charlie Brown tree… this is made from something you will likely find in any thrift store. And the execution is SO well done! Click the link to learn all the secrets!
Christmas Trees crate skirt by Organized Clutter
Christmas trees are givens. But add a tree to an outdoor porch with the sweetest Christmas tree crate in the land, you have the makings of an epic porch tour! Oh my but this is amazing. LOVE the neutrals! Click the link to learn how and take the full Christmas porch tour!
Wood scrap houses by Fresh Vintage By Lisa S
Have any scrap wood? Well, get on over to this post and see how these sweet little houses were made. Maybe you can make your own Christmas village with similar! Aren’t they adorable?!
Vintage Christmas home tour Lora B
Lora’s historic home is among one of my very favs in all of blogland… but when she does Christmas, it’s even more fueled with vintage charm in every single nook and cranny! If you collect, absolutely take this tour and take your time. You’ll be grabbing from your stash in no time!
Miniature book nook village by A Craft Mix
This incredible project walks you through the world of miniatures! If you don’t know what a book nook is, you’re about to be positively enchanted! Please take this tour… it’s a MUST! And offers beginner’s tips on creating miniatures.
Illuminated Hot Cocoa Bar station by Birdz of a Feather
We’ve all created hot cocoa stations, however have you ever attempted one that illuminates? This amazing project came together all thanks to a random letter i. Click the link for the full story and incredible tutorial!
Faux sugared cranberry Christmas Garland by Interior Frugalista
I think we’d all agree that anything sugared is just pure luxury. This amazing tutorial shares how to get this look on any of your Christmas decorating! It’s a beautiful effect!
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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.
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5. No need to link back to the party. I would love it if you shared the first gallery picture instead. Thank-you!
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8 thoughts on “DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 557”
So much inspiration here, I won’t finish until February 🙂
Just when I catch up I see more I want to do!
Thank you so much for sharing my wood houses. I’m so glad you liked them.
I love your sweater stencil ornament. It speaks to the Swede in me 🙂
Thank you for hosting this lovely party every week.
Your sweet words brought a tear to my eye, Donna;) Thanks so much for featuring my Vintage Nostalgic Kitchen Christmas Tour. This year more than ever, it feels good to be surrounded by sentimental beauty! Thanks for hosting each week! Your big sweater ornament is adorable!
Thank you for hosting the party. Enjoy your weekend.
Thank you for featuring our lit up Hot Cocoa Bar! I’m enjoying a cup right now as I peruse this post and all the inspiring project!
I’m honored to be included among so many gorgeous features this week. Thank you, Donna. xo
Thanks for featuring my Christmas covered patio. I had so much fun with the new sweater and tree stencils! They all coordinate beautifully with previous years stencils.
Your projects are always incredible…Here’s to a happy and healthy 2021!
Happy New Year Donna!!!