New Upcycled Projects to Make 618

New Upcycled Projects to Make 618

New Upcycled Projects to Make 618


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Visit 20+ New Upcycled Projects to Make 618 – Spoon spring nest, wooden carrots, pallet garden planter, masher recipe card holder, plus see more with complete tutorials!

Well, I’m so happy to report, the new stencil designs I’ve been working on have finally launched, and I can’t wait to play with them! 

DIY retro pattern star stencil side table

View Retro Star stencil HERE / View all new stencils HERE

And while I don’t have an official blog post up on any of the newer projects yet, here’s a glimpse of what’s to come!

This little side table is stenciled with Retro Star, which mimics the super cool star tiles you see out! However this and the rest of the designs are scaled for smaller DIY projects so you can get the look on anything desired!

Isn’t that so fun?! 

So this weekend I’ll be painting up a storm, so lots of fun stuff is coming next week! Along with needed stories on the workshop progress I’ve also been working hard on.

Until then, here’s some pretty fab repurposed project features from last week’s party to be inspired by…

New Upcycled Projects to Make 618 features:


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spoon nest spring decorating

Spring decorating with a bird nest on a spoon 


Spring nest decor on a spoon by Fresh Vintage by Lisa S

If you love decorating with nature inspired ideas, this lovely mini bird nest on a vintage spoon is darling! Love the added beads for the eggs and how it’s framed! So lovely for spring decorating!

potato masher recipe card holder

Potato masher recipe and napkin holder


Potato masher recipe card holder by Fresh Vintage by Lisa S

Never did I ever imagine an antique potato masher doubling up as a recipe card holder or napkin holder! But the shape of this masher is perfection for this. Check out this post to see just how pretty it is! 

pallet garden planter

Pallet garden planter


Pallet garden planter by Chalking Up Success

If you have even a small space on your own patio, perhaps this amazing pallet planter would work for you too! This post gives advice on how to find a safe pallet for veggies, or if you aren’t certain, you can use it for with flowers. What a lovely way to create a living wall!

furniture leg carrots spring decor

Furniture spindle wooden carrots


Furniture leg spring carrots by Junky Encores on Facebook

Be on the lookout for the perfect furniture legs so you can whip up your own bundle of wooden carrots, perfect for spring decorating! But my goodness, this shape is perfection! 

fairy lantern with ribbons

Colourful fairy jar with ribbons and buttons


Jar fairy lantern with ribbons by Me And My Inklings

Can a jar of fairy lights get any happier-looking than one surrounded with bright ribbon and fun, oversized buttons? I think not! I’m calling this one Fun in a Jar myself! Find out how to get this whimsical look in this tutorial.

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4 thoughts on “New Upcycled Projects to Make 618

  1. Donna,
    You are such a sweetie! Thanks for the double feature.
    I appreciate you more than I can say-
    Big hugs!
    xo Lisa S

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