NEW Upcycle Ideas 728

Visit 20+ NEW Upcycle Ideas 728 – Aged flags, lampshade table, bowl mushrooms, flower lantern, plus more repurposed projects to make!

Visit 20+ NEW Upcycle Ideas 728 - Aged flags, lampshade table, bowl mushrooms, flower lantern, plus more repurposed projects to make!

New Upcycle Ideas 728


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This past week, I finally finished a furniture piece I’ve been working on since February. Can you even?! My tiny photo studio demanded the space for other projects, so it was time to roll up my sleeves and gitter done! I’m still editing the photos, so it’ll be on the blog early next week. It’s a BEAUTY!

It was also a long weekend, so I went shopping with my son to a favorite place and replaced a few  blueberry plants that didn’t make it that I landed last fall. So since that project is now complete, I’ll share about that new adventure too!

So until there’s more to see, let’s get this party started! Here’s this week’s upcycled project features from last week’s upcycled link party… 

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primitive American flags - featured on NEW Upcycle Ideas 728

Homemade recipe to add an antique look to fabric and wood


Primitive American flags by DIY Beautify

Love antiques? Here’s how to get the grunge look on NEW fabric and wood with a few simple supplies you have at home! These primitive American flags provide the perfect project sample! Start with coffee grounds for this one…

lampshade side table - featured on NEW Upcycle Ideas 728

Chic lampshade side table


Lampshade side table by Sonata Home Design

Next time you pass by a couple of identical lampshades, you can run right back home and whip up one of these vintage-vibe side tables! How cool! I think it has a stylish MCM feel to it!

vintage green bowl mushroom decor - featured on NEW Upcycle Ideas 728

Easy mushroom decor with vintage bowls


Vintage Bowl Mushroom decor by Homeward Found Decor

Grab your vintage bowls and a few other select items to create the mushroom decor of your dreams using what you have! These glass mushrooms could make unique garden art as well!

tissue paper flower lanterns - featured on NEW Upcycle Ideas 728

Summer luminaries with pressed flowers and tissue paper


Tissue paper flower lantern by Sonata Home Design

We’ve all heard of drying real flowers, but have you ever thought to turn them into a gorgeous luminary? This tissue paper flower lantern is all about summer vibes and the sky’s the limit on how to design them! Check out this tutorial to see some other ideas!

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2 thoughts on “NEW Upcycle Ideas 728

  1. Thank you for including my glass bowl mushrooms in your feature, Donna…
    I love decorating with vintage ‘old’ things because of my Grandmothers – who both had bowls like these in their kitchens! Every time I used them for something, I remember happy days spent in those kitchens filled with cute things and love.

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