New Upcycled Projects to Make 622
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Greetings and welcome to yet more over-the-top creative projects that will inspire you straight into spring decorating!
I even managed to get a curbside project done… thanks to my son, that is!
Ikea hack side table, pallet-style!
Not long ago I passed an IKEA wood table on the curb, but didn’t think it was really my style, so I left it behind. Until I got home… because a brainstorm hit! So I ran back to get it, but there it sat outside my house for my neighbours to enjoy a little too long…
Until my son wanted something lower to put his fish tank on. BINGO! So I went full tilt, adding shelves as well as a funky pallet treatment, turning this little table into a one-of-a-kind look!
Adore it so much I was mulling over keeping it and getting my OWN fish tank! But it’s his, and it looks great in his room!
I only have one more curb-found object to move into my house now… LOL Things are looking up!
And I have 2 other garage project posts to share with you, along with a DIY that actually went so bad it turned out good. LOL So I’ll get my writing hat on and get busy next week!
Until then, let’s take a peek at these incredible projects with many that will freshen up your spring home decor in the most creative of ways from last week’s party!
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Concrete button hooks
DIY concrete button hooks by A Crafty Mix
I sorda gasped when I first spotted these giant concrete buttons because I mean, how fun are these to look at?! But these also function as plant hanger hooks! WAY cool! This tutorial shares how to make them in different sizes with something you likely have at home right this second. I want some!
Make your own vintage transfers
Vintage transfers on luggage and seed box by Fresh Vintage by Lisa S
Love the vintage transfer look? Here’s how to completely make your own from scratch yourself, thanks to a print out and pretty handy technique! Love the outcome on this vintage suitcase and wooden seed box! Love the neutrals. So quaint!
Easy boho look on anything with a stencil
Stitches stenciled boho decor by Homeroad
If you too love boho decorating, here’s how to easily get the look on a pillow, and a couple of footed trays! Adore how this pattern looks in all these neutrals! This post also shares how to use pieces of the stencil on smaller areas.
Wood shim carrots for spring decor
Wood shim carrot spring decor by Little Vintage Cottage
You may be heading into your workshop for those wood shims after seeing how adorable these wooden carrots for spring decor turned out! What perfect shapes! And don’t those carrot tops look so realistic?! Learn all the details in this tutorial!
DIY colorful clothespin bird craft
Clothespin craft birds by Me and My Inklings
My niece happens to be a school teacher, and I promptly sent her this tutorial to these colorful clothespin birds because those colours make me smile! They remind me of vintage pipe cleaner birds I use to have as a kid, do you remember those?! How fun!!
Spring decor denim bunnies on wood round stands
Denim bunny spring decor by Pillar Box Blue
Oh my… I wear jeans all the time so these denim bunnies tutorial made from old jeans is right up my denim-lovin’ alley! Adore those little pom pom tails and the wood stands! SO cute!
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11 thoughts on “New Upcycled Projects to Make 622”
Thanks for sharing my wood shim carrots Donna! I’m looking forward to seeing what gets linked up this week!
My pleasure Tania, thanks for sharing them here! I’d love to try a few neutral carrots with a few shims of my own… fun idea!!
Thank you for hosting the party!
Thank you so much for featuring my denim bunnies, have a great weekend.
My pleasure Claire, thanks for bringing them over! I love a good neutral denim fix so this project did it for me!
Thank you so much for featuring my Clothespin Birds! The colors make me smile too. 🙂 I hope you have an incredible week!
My pleasure Laura! They are the cutest, and I just adore how they can clip on to most anything!
Thank you for sharing my Mod Podge Transfer projects.
I can’t believe how easy it was to create a pretty good transfer.
– ….But I still love stenciling more!
I LOVE your fish tank table 🙂 The stencils and the shelf are the best. You have some awesome skills!
xo Lisa S
My pleasure Lisa, I love learning the DIY routes to most anything, and this was a great tutorial AND outcome! The fish tank looks pretty amazing on that table. In fact, I found another table on marketplace just like it and I was tempted to click… but resisted. LOL
Love the concrete. Gotta try a few. Hope all is well in Canada.
Isn’t that the coolest project?! I’d like to try it too! Yes, all is good in BC, although the weather is still pretty chilly! I’m ready for some warmer temps.