Party Junk 210 – Salvaged Junk Wreaths

Learn how to make these unique Salvaged Junk Wreaths - cool and unusual wreaths made from salvaged junk! Click to features leading to full tutorials!

Party Junk 210 – Salvaged Junk Wreaths

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It’s no secret I love a good salvaged junk project! So I’m going to let these salvaged junk wreaths do all the talking. They are cool, quirky and beautiful in their own right! Which one would you like to try?


Canning jar lid wreath via

Canning jar lid wreath – Funky Junk Interiors

I was at a local store and found a strung up ring of canning jar lid wreaths, brought the works home and hung them up on a shed door. What wasn’t even really a wreath became one cool industrial take on one for sure!

Clothespin Sunburst Wreath by Mamie Jane's

Clothespin Starburst Wreath – Mamie Jane’s – sorry, this post has since been made private.

Jane loved the variation of wood tones on these clothespins, so she created one of the most stunning starburst wreaths I’ve ever seen! We like them too, Jane!

Book page wreath by Knick of Time Interiors

Book page wreath – Knick of Time Interiors

Angie head out of town to a basketball tournament and came home with a wreath! That’s my kinda sporting event. This wreath is made from old german book pages. It is so full and beautiful! The tutorial is a must see.

Vintage bed spring wreath by The Backyard Bungalow

 Vintage Bedspring Wreath – The Backyard Bungalow

Jean figured out a way to make this funky bedspring wreath stay in place without welding! I am indeed taking notes…

Wreaths - a fabulous collection of unusually beautiful wreaths on Pinterest curated by

 I know you’ll also go crazy for the wreaths I’ve collected on Funky Junk Interior’s Pinterest HERE.

Wonderful Wreaths - the most unique wreaths captured into one clipboard, curated from Hometalk by

And the beautiful wreath clipboard over on Hometalk HERE!

Do you have a salvaged junk wreath?

Link it up in this weekend’s 3rd themed linkup!

~ Party Junk blah blah linkup rules ~

1. DIY home projects only pretty please. Items for sale must be in tutorial form on your blog.

2. Linkups must be your own work, not another’s.

3. Only projects new to Party Junk please. The themed linkup is an exception.

4. By linking up here, you’re cool with me featuring you on my blog,  Pinterest, Twitter, FJI Facebook and I Love That Junk with no additional permission required.


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22 thoughts on “Party Junk 210 – Salvaged Junk Wreaths

  1. I jumped for joy when I saw the party was up and going at an earlier time. Staying up past eleven is hard on my partying skills! :>)) I enjoyed the links that are posted and will be back to find more wreath ideas.

    • Hey Donna! I had no idea the party was desired at an earlier time on Friday! It was really designed for Sat and Sun but I can certainly consider having it earlier Friday as well. 🙂

  2. I never get tired of looking at that canning jar lid. One of my faves. I love that clothes pin wreath, and I can’t believe I haven’t seen Angie’s book paper wreathe! Checking out that tutorial. I have stacks and stacks of books I have rescued from dumpsters, next to dumpsters, side of the road, you get the picture, or the page I should say 😉

  3. Oh Karen, I love all the salvaged junk wreaths. It makes we want to go out and find something so unique to create my own! Thanks for hosting this awesome party.

  4. I love all the spooktacular inspiration! Thank you for hosting Donna. I linked up a DIY French lamp made from a candle holder and this years costumes~ complete 18th century delights. Yes, somehow I talked my husband into wearing breeches. 🙂

  5. Girl you are so creative! I love what you dream up. Your lamp with the welder got my hubby’s attention. Love, love, love your blog!

    Shannon ~

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