DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 559
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Happy New Year!! Are you all rested up to get going again?
As you’ve likely discovered by now, I took a couple weekends off from hosting this link party due to them falling on Christmas and New Year’s Day. I kinda figured no one had been creating yet by then anyway, so I hope you got some rest in like I did! Well… sorda…
The break was really needed, even though I ended up doing a hard purge completely filling up my truck for the dump because I couldn’t even put away Christmas before getting rid of stuff in the way!
So I ended up hustling. But when you don’t blog about each step, it really expedites the process. So I may share a post next week on some top purging tips that expert purgers don’t tell you about…
To catch up with my world, I’ve posted 8 posts since the last party! So I’ll add the posts to the linkup. However I will highlight two below I’m really proud of! Which ultimately share all the other projects inside them anyway…
Includes painted skis, ice effect on window, scrap wood trees in presents, steampunk trees, Hot Cocoa appliance garage, crate-candle vignette, and more!
Includes the fireplace, untrimmed natural Christmas tree in DIY crate, cozy winter pillows, steampunk trees and more!
But now it’s time to continue to clean hard, fire up some new stencils and projects and get to some desired home renos going that will ultimately once again challenge me BIG.
Do you have any big plans for 2021? I plan to repair shed #2, and maybe do a kitchen reno… myself! And possibly plank all my upstairs ceilings (yikes)… my goals are lofty, but if I can’t travel anyway, time to gitter done, right?!
So going back to the last party, here are some fab Christmas features, so be sure to visit these posts and pin the ideas for next Christmas!
DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 559 features:
Please visit each original project link below before pinning.
If your love for all things industrial runs as deep as mine, these galvanized siding trees will be right up your alley! Goodness I love this project, and have just the perfect rusty metal in order to pull it off… so maybe… Visit the post to learn how!
I adore how Carlene stretches WAY beyond standard wood to create her unique signs! This old window screen idea is so cool! Click the link to learn all the details.
Love unique Christmas tree projects? Me too! And this one ranks WAY up there, thanks to the creative use of cupcake liners! This is so sweet and SO festive! Visit the blog post to learn how.
I’m a cutting board collector so this Christmas tree themed homemade cutting board does it for me! Love how the tall tree marries the shape of this board! So clever! Visit the post link to learn each detail.
Have a plain apron? Maybe it could use a little farmhouse revamping like Marie did to hers! And how perfect of a fit is that stencil?! I need one. Click the link to see how easy this is to achieve!
And wow. This sign project has all the cozy feels, thanks to using fabrics for the signage part, which was copied from a stencil! So clever and beautifully done! Click the link to learn how!
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What did you up-cycle this past week? Or feel free to share your best of 2020 by linking up below!
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~ Blah blah linkup rules ~
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.
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. I would love it if you shared the first gallery picture instead. Thank-you!