New Upcycled Projects to Make 603
20+ New Upcycled Projects to Make 603 -Sweater snowman, wood vase, door knob trees, vertical sunflower sign, plus! Visit this new collection of repurposed projects that all lead to original tutorials!
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Well now! Would you believe I got my first Christmas project up for the season in November?!
I sure did, thanks to Inspired by Charm’s decadent Christmas ribbon cabinet I fell hard for when Michael first posted it.
Isn’t this the cutest?! I gathered up all my little DIY wood scrap Christmas trees, mixed them up, then staged them as a Christmas display.
But honestly, what I love most about this project is the fact that using a little cabinet doesn’t eat up valuable surface space. So this one is a total win for me!
I’m also working on a winter project that involves handmade skis… I was inspired to give this a go when a friend mentioned she couldn’t find skis in her area. So I’ll be sharing this one next week!
Anyone else wish they could work a little faster though? I think I spend more time thinking than I do creating. Where’s a quick decision maker machine I can purchase please? Offering top dollar…
Luckily, you’ve brought over a ton of inspiring project for both fall and Christmas, and here are those gorgeous features from last week’s party…
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Sew a Christmas Trees pouch
This little Christmas pouch is perfect for displaying things that don’t have something to sit on! Wouldn’t this also make the best Christmas card holder?! Check out what it’s made out of, which makes this one totally affordable with a touch of rustic!
Christmas sweater winter project
A tiered cake stand is wearing the finest Poinsettia Christmas Sweater pattern these days, thanks to a little stenciling! Love the winter theme which can stay out well beyond Christmas! Visit the post for all the details.
DIY reclaimed wood vases
If you love displaying branches, try a wooden vase on for size! This scrap wood project is so unique and you will not find a vase in a store wearing woodgrain quite like this! Check out the detailed tutorial to customize one any way you wish!
Cozy sweater snowman for winter decor
A cozy neutral sweater is all you need to create this adorable DIY sweater snowman, complete with a cozy toque, scarf and darling button details.
This Christmas or winter tutorial shares a super clever way to create the snowman shapes using something you already have at home!
Door knob bottle brush Christmas trees
That’s it! I’m collecting vintage door knobs after seeing these adorable door knob bottle brush Christmas trees because I need these in my life! I know just the dollar store to pick up the best trees too… it’s now on the list! Go see the door knob collection in this post! Goodness me…
Stenciled chalkboard Christmas truck sign
This adorable Christmas truck sign is a combination of two different stencils painted directly on a chalkboard! How’s that for an easy Christmas sign?
Love how the black chalkboard makes these traditional colours of green and red pop! This tutorial also shares how to stencil using multi colours. Great tips!
Vertical sunflower fall sign
Pin this one for next fall, because this vertical Sunflower Farm fall sign on a black background is positively decadent! This tutorial shares what the sign was repurposed from along with all the stencil details so you can easily make one too!
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