New Upcycle Ideas 725

Visit 20+ NEW Upcycle Ideas 725 – Hankie wreath and sachets, concrete-look bird decor, terra cotta mushrooms, plus more unique repurposed projects!

Visit 20+ NEW Upcycle Ideas 725 - Hankie wreath and sachets, concrete-look bird decor, terra cotta mushrooms, plus more unique repurposed projects!

New Upcycle Ideas 725


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Greetings, and a happy weekend to ya!

I have such a fun garden-themed project to share with you, however a run into town delayed getting the blog post ready before this weekend! So stay tuned for early next week, because it’s a fun new idea that can be used in so many different ways!

And during my town trip home yesterday, I also came across an old patio table top on the curb. So that instigated some new movement to the backyard today. Yay! So I will likely share how that played out as well if the weather cooperates for photos!

So until there’s more to share, let’s check out this week’s upcycled project features from last week’s party… soooo good!

New Upcycle Ideas 725 features:


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Faux concrete bird on pedestal - featured on New Upcycle Ideas 725

Bird on a perch by Fresh Vintage By Lisa S

Do you also love the concrete look? Then this project is for you, because this bird and that mysterious pedestal did not start remotely close to this! Once you know this technique, the sky’s the limit on what you can ‘concrete-up!’

Lavender hankie sachets - featured on New Upcycle Ideas 725

Homemade antique hankie sachets by Adirondack Girl at Heart

Whether you’re searching for the perfect gift or wish to treat yourself to something special and sweet, these gorgeous antique hankie sachets are so nostalgic! And I’d bet they smell Heavenly! Love their special homespun look!

terra cotta mushrooms - featured on New Upcycle Ideas 725

Terra cotta pot mushrooms by Homeward Found Decor

Well now, mushrooms have never been cuter and easier to create with a couple of key supplies to whip up these terracotta mushrooms! Love the mossy addition which anchors theses cuties perfectly!

handkerchief wreath - featured on New Upcycle Ideas 725

Nostalgic DIY handkerchief wreath by Lora Bloomquist

If you collect vintage hankies, this whimsical and colourful wreath is such a fun, non-permanent way to display and enjoy them in a unique way! Love the spring vibe with these tones! And imagine the possibilities with different fabric scraps as well!  

Well that was fun! I hope these projects inspire you to pick up something that’s been hiding away for a little too long so you too can find a special way to enjoy it!

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3 thoughts on “New Upcycle Ideas 725

  1. thank you so much for including my terra cotta mushrooms in your feature, Donna! (my entry in this week’s linkup couldn’t be more opposite… the ‘shrooms were easy-peasy, but my re-painted sign went wrong in every possible way it could 🙁 i’m sharing it on the blog to show that when projects go wrong, they can usually be saved!)

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