DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 574
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Greetings! This past week has been a BIG week behind the scenes. 8 NEW stencils were just launched which I haven’t even blogged about yet!
But I will be sharing the first project made with a few of them next week!
See all 8 of the NEW stencils HERE
Want an early peek at everything? Visit the stencil store HERE and scroll along the top for the newest!
Who am I even kidding… I can’t wait. LOL So here’s a sneak peek! Fun, right?! Any guesses where all these stencils are leading to?
All I know is, the great outdoors will have some fresh new looks this summer thanks to these designs making it easy!
This past week I also started working out side to add a part 3 to THIS post, which happens to be my hottest post to date this time of year. Crazy how it keeps rising to the top. But it works! And part 3 will round this off nicely I think!
I guess some weeks are just spent online, while others are off. Do you find it works out that way for you too or are you just super diligent in getting new content up no matter what?! I need me some of that… or a manager.
But you sure inspired me with these super cool highlights from last week’s party…
DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 574 features:
Please visit each original project link below before pinning.
Coffee bean sack wall pocket by Organized Clutter
Carlene had me at coffee bean sack, but this creative wall pocket idea couldn’t be easier to make, thanks to a Walmart find and a plank! LOVE this vibe. Click the post to read how!
Kitchen tray DIY by Homeward Found
Have a boring tray that could use a smattering of instant personality? This post shares how to transform a plain tray into something SO much more decorative and serviceable! But this is only one. Click the link to see the other! SUCH a great idea and what a difference!
Upcycled paper map moth wall art by Pillar Box Blue
Have a few old maps? Here’s how to create the most adorable moths in the land! This post also explains why old maps are such a good craft supply to create with. So informative! Visit the link for the complete tutorial and many more pictures!
Upcycled denim key fobs by Pillar Box Blue
Are you too a collector of key fobs? Here’s how to make your own from denim! LOVE the fashionable personality these take on. Check out the link for all the details.
Summer garden mirror upcycle by Birdz of a Feather
Next time you come by an old window, you may wish to consider teaming it up with a shelf for the garden, because is this ever charming! What a lovely garden corner, just made brighter and even prettier with a garden mirror! Visit the link to check out how this mirror was revamped.
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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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7 thoughts on “DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 574”
Donna, i am constantly amazed at the sheer amount of work you get done in a week AND you still have time for leisurely bike rides! you need to write a book so we can learn your scheduling & energy secrets 😉
thank you so much for including my placemat tray project in your feature this week – i hope it inspires your readers see an easy way to give their own trays a spring refresh! (ps: i made something *else* with the scraps from the placemat – that post is linked to the tray post)
I wish I could be super diligent, but there are so many beautiful things happening away from the computer. And with my laptop butt getting bigger every day I figured it best if I do take a break 😉 Thanks for hosting the party, Donna. I love seeing all the incredible things people come up with
I love your garden stake handle idea for a summer tray, Donna! Your new stencil lineup is AWESOME. I think my new bike basket needs a sign with the bike stencil. Have a great weekend!
Love the new stencils! Thank you for hosting the party.
Your new stencils look fabulous. Thank you so much for featuring my map moths and denim key fobs.
Thanks so much for featuring our garden mirror Donna! Love the new stencil collection!
Thanks so much for the feature on my coffee sack wall pocket!