DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 563
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Last week around here was all about wrapping up two room projects. Ever notice a room project is about 80 different smaller projects that aren’t really blogable?! Well, once it’s all said and done, it’ll be like a massive reward to use those rooms again!
I did share one of them this past week on the blog though…
Collection storage on newly white painted shelving… plus!
This ‘little project’ started off as cleaning off a messy table. Which led to painting shelving, gutting and purging, and even painting the walls and floors! Thank goodness for dirty tables huh? Come on over and see all the pretty junk! And what a difference this makeover made!
So until I can share the other room I also worked on next week, here’s some fab highlights from last week’s party…
DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 563 features:
Please visit each original project link below before pinning..
Sugar and fork recipe box by Bliss Ranch
Bliss may have convinced me to crack open my own recipe box but not to cook or bake… all I know is I want my cracked green plastic recipe box to look as cool as this wooden Sugar themed makeover! So stylin’! Maybe if mine is as cute I’ll be encouraged to cook?! Visit the link to learn all the details!
Honey pot Valentine’s Day decor by Homeward Found
Honeycomb heart by Homeward Found
This project requires the limelight of 2 posts! And of course, the tongue and cheek take of this super unique Valentine’s Day decor all handmade… astounding! Click the link to read all the fascinating details!
Paper lantern tea lights by Pillar Box Blue
Have a few glass jars handy? Here’s how to flip them into charming Chinese themed paper lanterns! Imagine all the themes you could create. Visit the link for free printables too!
Shadow box yarn covered hearts by Fresh Vintage by Lisa S
This project is really two projects if you include this fabulous clock case turned shadow box to house the most adorable wool wrapped hearts in the land! Checking out those hearts is a must. They are beautiful! Click the link to learn more.
Fabric stuffed hanging heart by Homeroad
A few coordinated fabric scraps became this charming stuffed heart that can hang anywhere desired. Love the layered bow attached as well! Visit the post to see how.
Wooden and sweater Valentine’s Day heart by Little Vintage Cottage
If you collect sweaters, you may wish to whip up the sweetest sweater heart. But add a wooden heart and you end up a full blown wall hanging perfectly framed! Adorable.
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7 thoughts on “DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 563”
Thank you so much for sharing my yarn hearts in a shadow box!
This project was so budget friendly and a lot of fun to make.
Happy Valentines Day To you my friend-
i am sitting here GASPING at the beauty of your refreshed shelving, storage system, and displays – that is one incredible ‘After’ shot, my friend! bravo!!!
thank you so much for including my ‘BEE my Valentine’ vignette in your feature, Donna. i always feel like i won a fabulous prize when you select one of my projects! (btw, the third post in the series will go live on Monday) <3
What cool junk you have on your white shelves!
You make junk look amazing, Donna! Love your features this week, such creative ideas. Have a good weekend. xo
I love how your junk shelves look, they are like a work of art. Thank you so much for featuring my lantern jars.
Thank you for hosting such a great party and for featuring my sweater heart wall hanging Donna!
Sweet stencils make for a sweet recipe box. And in my email subject line it read; “see the coolest recipe…” and I thought Waaaaaht, Donna is cooking?, that is a recipe I better check out!