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And I’m thrilled to report, I created something so cool and useful that I can’t wait to share next week! But if you’d like a sneak peek, you can spot part of the rustic project in my store’s slideshow HERE. But tune-in next week if you can, because it’s a good one!
This little project really moved me in the right direct for creativity again. Because as we all know, one thing leads to another, and I can’t wait to get downstairs and add on to the area where the new project is going.
So until then, get ahold of some of these amazing upcycled features from last week’s party HERE… with a few of them leading to spring!
Sounds like more than one (ahem) is ready to get back outdoors again… are you mindfully there too?
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Rusty lantern and clay pot bird nests
Rusty lantern bird nest decor by Petticoat Junktion
If you too are a rusty lantern collector, (hand raised!) take that beauty one step further by flipping yours into a whimsical rusty lantern bird nest! How neat that you can hang it anywhere desired! The added bird nest in a clay pot is adorable too! This tutorial also showcases a nifty new glue pen you may find yourself needing…
Wheelbarrow fairy garden
Wheelbarrow fairy garden by Me and My Inklings
We’ve all heard of fairy gardens. In fact, I made a fairy garden out of a barn birdhouse HERE! However creating a whimsical fairy garden in a wheelbarrow is brilliant! Not only can you contain the feature to give it more presence, you can even move it around! I’m putting this fairy garden tutorial on this year’s list…
Rainbow button art
Rainbow button art with a free printable by Creatively Beth
If you’re a colourful button collector, you’re well on your way to creating this beautiful rainbow button art! How joyful and gorgeous! But make sure you visit the tutorial to grab that free printable too!
Knit Beanie Mushrooms
Thrifted knit Beanie Mushrooms by Homeward Found Decor
Just when you thought a toque or beanie was just that, this thrifted knit beanie mushrooms tutorial will have you putting a few to work! Mushroom decor is so huge right now, and this charming idea is nearly ready-made. All you need to do is gather a few other things from around the house to make your own!
Hanging air plants
Hanging air plants by Birdz of a Feather
I’ve long been intrigued with air plants because by the looks of it, they don’t die easily, right?! Well these creative hanging air plants upped the ante, because this idea allows you to hang them anywhere desired! SO fun! Visit this tutorial which shares a few clever variations on how you can use this!
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6 thoughts on “New Upcycle Ideas 668”
Thanks for hosting Donna! I can not wait to see what you have been working on. Sounds exciting. Have a great weekend.-Meagan
I can’t wait to see your new project Donna! Thanks so much for sharing our hanging air plants.
Today’s features have me longing for Spring; we just got a huge dump of snow last night lol.
i’ve been watching your ‘hints’ of your current project and i am so intrigued!
thank you so much for including my fun knit beanie mushrooms in your feature this week, Miss Donna. i think i should include a disclaimer: i’m kinda’ on a mushroom kick this month – there are more to come! LOL
Yay!! Bring it ALLLL!
LOL! okay… i just linked up THIS week’s mushroom creation!
Glad you’re getting the DIY juices flowing, Donna! Endless snow here is cramping my creativity:( I need Spring! Thanks for hosting; glad I at least have something to link up!