DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 566
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This past week has been primarily devoted to designing! I told myself I cannot rip up any more carpet or paint any more cement floors white until I launch new stencils. Hrmph! That boss of mine knows how to kick me in the right direction though, yes?
I sure wish I had a magical way to get more work out of me though. I seem to be slowing down so maybe that just means I need a (stay at home) vacay… but I also want to do more home renos so I’d better keep pressing on so I can eventually vacay in more of a renovated home!
But I HAVE been thoroughly enjoying shooting in the new and improved photo studio… and even managed to get a post up on a new update!
New white sheet curtains on pipe rods by Funky Junk Interiors
It’s looking mighty light and bright in this room, especially with the new addition of some cotton sheet curtains! I made some improvements over functionality from the last ones. So if you’d like to keep a room light and airy while diffusing some sunshine, maybe sheets are all you need too! I LOVE them!
I’m just glad I get to fill my ‘creative bucket’ by glancing at your own projects! Check out these wonderful upcycled project features from last week’s party… they are so cool!
DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 566 features:
Please visit each original project link below before pinning..
Rustic map and avocado sailboat by A Crafty Mix
This delightful rusty looking boat with a fab map sail is my kinda sailing! Aren’t the patinas fabulous?! My goodness… an avocado?! Only Michelle…
Beaded spring wreath by Homeroad
You’ve seen beaded garlands before, but this is my first beaded wreath with a gorgeous spring vibe! It has such a calm about it don’t you think? Love the added message too! That’s some fine hand lettering there, Susan…
Cement lightbulb planter by Birdz of a Feather
Challenged to cast something in concrete, Sara grabbed a wrapper which ultimately became a concrete lightbulb planter! Now this is hands down the coolest looking air plant I ever did see! Amazing creativity right here.
Ultimate Grey neutral painted globe by Homeward Found
This very hip and updated globe makes you wonder why they don’t paint them these beautiful neutral and very today tones to begin with! Nicely done Deb! Now go to her post and check out the Disney themed version… it’s adorable! Time for a new line launch here…
Make a DIY chinoiserie vase by Our Hopeful Home
Is this gorgeous vase fooling you too? Well, it’s not the real deal but knowing this little trick, the possibilities to get this look on anything desired is officially endless! Wow.
Candy mason jar Leprechaun by Creatively Beth
This St. Patrick’s Day project takes candy jar to a whole new level, does it not?! This is positively adorable!
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What did you up-cycle this past week? Link up below!
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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 thoughts on “DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 566”
Looking forward to seeing the new stencil lineup. Thanks for hosting and have a great weekend!
Thank you for hosting the party. Hope your “boss” gives you some time off!
Super cool creative features this week, Donna! Thanks for hosting!
Thanks for hosting and I hope you are doing well. I am linking up my vintage Shoe Shine box Makeover. Hope you enjoy it.
I’m so glad you liked my repainted globe project, Miss Donna! dipping my toe back into the world of neutrals wasn’t so bad with that one LOL… many thanks for including it in your feature this week.