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New Upcycled Projects to Make 617


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Visit 20+ New Upcycled Projects to Make 617! Bottle lights, fabric spring carrots, dried flower napkin rings, hidden wardrobe door, plus 20+ more repurposed projects with tutorials!

Well, happy weekend to you all!

This past week, I am one inch closer to releasing a few new stencil designs. Kinda sounds exactly what I wrote last week! Ah well.

Not sure what else I even did other than haul a few roadside finds home, wish for world peace, bring in not just one but TWO trucks for servicing (what was I even thinking about getting another truck) and cleaned the upholstery on my new little loveseat that is now in my photo studio!

Since I appear to have stopped blogging completely… (ha!) let’s just mosey on over and enjoy the highlights from last week’s party…

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DIY dried flower napkin rings on New Upcycled Projects to Make 617

Napkin rings with dried flowers


Dried flower napkin rings by Chalking Up Success

You may wish to put straw flowers on your gardening list this summer after seeing how beautiful these dried flower napkin rings turned out! Teamed up with raffia, what a match made in Heaven! Aren’t they the cutest?!

Neutral carrots for Spring on New Upcycled Projects to Make 617

Spring decorating with fabric carrots


Neutral farmhouse carrots for spring by Homeroad

If you love neutral spring decorating, try these pretty fabric carrots! They are small enough to tuck most anywhere and would make lovely Easter gifts as well!

diy glass bottle lights

Create glass bottle lights with any plain jar!


Glass bottle lights by A Crafty Mix

If you too love a little glow during our long dark winter months, give these glass bottle lights a go! The gold accents really elevate their look! Any plain glass jar will do! Hard to imagine, but this tutorial will show you every step of the way.

sweater cake creations

Whip up a sweater birthday cake!


Sweater birthday cake by Homeward Found

On a diet? Here’s the perfect cake you can whip up with a few old sweaters! haha Seriously though, this sweater cake is truly genius and so fun to take in each detail! Swing over to the tutorial to see each step!

This project reminds me of going to my friend’s birthday party. Her mom use to sew household objects into pillows as our treat bags. I got a fabric piano! Oh, and she use to put coins in the birthday cake too. Hard to forget that party!

hidden wardrobe entry

A secret wardrobe portal by Story Teller’s Cottage

Are you ready to be mind-blown? Here’s how to transform a plain doorway into a magical storybook portal that will mesmerize any kiddo or adult! I want one!

Do take this tour… what an incredible idea! Where would you have yours go to? I choose the tropics or an English countryside myself!

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2 thoughts on “New Upcycled Projects to Make 617

  1. thank you so much for including my Sweet Sweater Birthday Cake in your feature this week, Miss Donna. i had so much fun making it – and i LOVED hearing that it brought back a fond memory for you. as i read your caption, i realized that my memories of my own childhood birthday parties (simple gatherings back then) had a lot to do with how this project turned out, and that makes me even happier!

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