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Greetings! This past week I did do up a quick and easy project, however it hasn’t made it to the blog quite yet! So next week it shall be!
However I did update a couple of past tutorials which have continued to stand the test of time.
Painting a front door black: with paint tips and video
One is when I repainted my front door and trim a custom blackish brown colour so the DIY wooden screen door would pop off of it. I’ll be touching it up this year but not changing it because I still LOVE it!
And my fav wooden garden path is still winning and looking great, although this year I may change up the odd step where the wood could use a simple refresh.
All-in-all, the reason I don’t change much anymore is because things are actually starting to work out, so I guess that’s a good thing?! LOL
Anyway, let’s revisit some fabulous upcycled features from last week’s party post because they are beauties!
New Upcycle Ideas 670 features:
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Faux ironstone egg decor
Faux ironstone broody egg decor by DIY Beautify
I adore egg decor, however this broody faux ironstone eggs tutorial elevates that to all new heights! Ironstone anything is wonderful but just imagine what else you could make with this faux ironstone technique! That texture looks like real ironstone, don’t’ you think?
Painted vintage trunk makeover
Vintage trunk makeover by The Vixen’s Den
How many trunks have you given away because they didn’t look the way you wished they did? I’m joining your ‘why didn’t I think of this’ club because this vintage trunk makeover is perfection! The antique brass with those paint tones are so classically beautiful! Now I want to find an old trunk that needs paint!
Unique mossy boot planter
Mossy boot planter by A Crafty Mix
Some folks go buy pots if they want a planter. However this round, grab your chicken wire and moss to mold the planter of your dreams! And in this case, a boot planter. Can you even?! Is this DIY planter tutorial ever cool!
Pom Pom mushroom decor
Pom pom mushrooms decor by Homeward Found Decor
Did you ever dream of pom poms becoming mushroom decor? And that’s why we have Deb in our midst, so we can indulge in her genius creativity! Grab a few everyday things to create the cutest mushrooms in the land!
Jewelry chest makeover with mercury glass and transfers
Jewelry chest makeover with mercury glass and Lotus flower transfers by Creative Moments
We’ve all seen those little wooden jewelry chests, but goodness gracious, check out this jewelry chest tutorial to sink into every single detail that went into this! From special mercury class to the most beautiful designs for the outside… this is a stunner with so many fun techniques to learn so you can carry them through other projects!
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1. Upcycled, repurposed DIY home decor projects only please. No food nor new crafts.
2. Projects must be your own work in tutorial form.
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3 thoughts on “New Upcycle Ideas 670”
Thanks for featuring my faux ironstone eggs Donna! I love that mossy boot and those sweet mushrooms!
Thank you for featuring my mercury glass jewelry box!! And thanks for hosting 🙂
Miss Donna thank you for including my pom pom mushrooms in your feature this week!
honestly, i just can’t tell you how much your enthusiasm for my crazy creations means to me… thank you for leaving encouraging comments on my posts, and for featuring my projects in your link-ups. <3 just the fact that you provide this place for creatives to share their work is enough – you go WAY beyond by writing such wonderful 'endorsements' when you share them with your community. you are a treasure!