New Upcycle Ideas 727

Visit 20+ NEW Upcycle Ideas 727 – Tin can herb planters, scalloped clay pots, succulent birdhouse, cross pillows, plus more unique repurposed projects to make!

Visit 20+ NEW Upcycle Ideas 727 - Tin can herb planters, scalloped clay pots, succulent birdhouse, cross pillows, plus more unique repurposed projects to make!

New Upcycle Ideas 727


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All I can think about these days is getting outdoors and fluffing up the yard. Now if I could only focus on one area so it’s picture worthy enough to tell a blog story on!

In my defence, I’ve been lately dealing with a back that won’t cooperate with lifting and such. So I’m pacing myself to an hour a day instead of ALL day which is far more my style. Not great for productivity but health comes first I suppose!

But I will hand it to a blog post. If I document a project in a blog post, the area gets done. So I’ll attempt to focus on a spot vs. scatter my efforts next week so I have something to share!

So let’s get this party started! Here’s this week’s upcycled project features from last week’s upcycled link party… they sure are cute and creative!

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vintage inspired herb tin can planters - featured on New Upcycle Ideas 727

Herb tin can planters with DIY vintage labels


Vintage inspired tin can herb planters by DIY Beautify

These adorable tin can herb planters really grabbed my attention. Not only are the DIY labels DARLING, I love the fact that the tin cans were not completely covered, giving them a cool industrial vibe! That tin bounces off the greenery so nicely, doesn’t it?! Cute!!

And this label technique is one to check out because the sky’s the limit on theming your own!

stenciled cross pillows - featured on New Upcycle Ideas 727

DIY Cross pattern decorative pillows in neutrals


Stenciled cross pattern pillows by Homeroad

These cute cross pattern pillows certainly got my attention! I adore this look and this tutorial shares just how easy these are to make, thanks to a few coordinating stencils!

scalloped edge clay pots - featured on New Upcycle Ideas 727

Elevate simple clay pots with scalloped edges


Scalloped edge clay pots by DIY Beautify

If you’d like to elevate the look of a clay pot, consider creating some DIY scalloped edges! One could attempt with air dry clay, however this technique starts with something I KNOW you already have at home! So pretty!

succulent birdhouse - featured on New Upcycle Ideas 727

Birdhouse with succulent and moss roof


Faux succulent birdhouse by Steph Creates

I’ve always loved birdhouses, however I have never thought to cover the roof with moss and succulents! Love this woodsy vibe, which of course can even be transferred to a real birdhouse!

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One thought on “New Upcycle Ideas 727

  1. oh, my friend, i hear you about the physical limitations that come with age…. it frustrates me SO MUCH! it is a hard thing to adjust to when you are used to being active all of the time. i’ve adopted the same approach you have, by necessity – set a time limit and don’t exceed it, then rest and do jobs that aren’t physical, then perhaps try again for a short period if the body cooperates! everything takes longer and i get impatient, but i can’t afford to be out of commission. all we can do is adjust accordingly!!!! have a great weekend, Donna <3

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