Welcome to Party Junk 289 – an upcycled link party
Every Friday, 7 PM through Sunday 11 PM Pacific
Hello everyone, and welcome back to another fabulous roundup of funky junk by you!
We’re now edging into our 4th week in Maui. And while we haven’t exactly sprinted to all four corners of the island as yet, we’ve had some WOW fun visiting one of North America’s largest banyan tree. In a pefect world, we’d do a short sprint to another island, but the cost isn’t jiving with the experience, since we are in such a nice spot already. Any suggestions on that one?
I’m also showcasing short bursts on my Instagram account HERE. Things we’re eating, flowers we’re enjoying, special moments needing capturing, etc.
And are you on Periscope yet? It’s a newish app for your smart phone where you can do live broadcasts that stay active for only 24 hours, so I’ve done some video too! Download it, and find me as Funky Junk Interiors to catch some newer ones! p.s. I’ve DIYed two things while on vacay too, coming soon!
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On with your junk!
Upcycled crate table, by Denise on a Whim
Denise is my kinda builder. I love it when a plan from nothing to something comes together, with a little reclaimed wood! Visit this post to see what else this does…
How to improvise your own old sign designs with stencils, by A Vintage Green
My stencils didn’t have all the letters she desired, so Joy fabricated her own. This post also shows a few other mix and match variations. Just goes to prove, the more you have, the more you can make! Love your ever growing collection, Joy!
Chair ladderback scarf rack, by Sadie Seasongoods
Sarah landed this fabulous chair from a dumpster. Teaming it up with vintage cutlery, this coolness resulted! What would you use this for?
Rusty junk art assemblage by Vintage with Laces
Julia is a MASTER at taking junk and turning them into art pieces. I am adoring all the layers on this one. Click through to see her stunning post.
Handmade cutting board, by Knick of Time
So how does one make an authentic antique cutting board themselves? Angie shows you what she went through to claim this beauty… and it involves bugs and grease… well worth it with an outcome like this!
Rustic front porch, by The Summery Umbrella
Love rustic style? Then this charming porch tour by Lz is right up your alley…. I love every single piece!
From mini trunk to coffee table, by Funky Junk Interiors
Hey, even I made something and had it scheduled for this week. I knew exactly what this little trunk was destined for the moment I laid eyes on it…click through to see what it became.
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Well, if these projects don’t get you in the mood to DIY, I don’t know what will. Can’t wait to see what more of you create! Link yours up below and you may be featured on any of my social media sites throughout the week or in next weekend’s party!
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~ Party Junk blah blah linkup rules ~
1. Upcycled, DIY home projects only 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 or it’s own new LINK WIDGET with no additional permission required and add your link to like minded themed linkups.
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15 thoughts on “PJ 289 – an upcycled link party”
The features this week are awesome! So much inspiration and I think Sara’s chair back is my favorite. Thank you for hosting, Donna!
Thanks for the party, Donna! It’s my first time here. Maui sounds amazing. Enjoy every last minute. Those memories will get you through the winter for sure! 😉
Thank you so very much for featuring my little crate table this week!m. I get giddy enough when I build something and it works, let alone to have it featured here! Lol. Feeling great about this!
Thanks so much for the party Donna !
Thanks Donna for the feature. I love your signs, and now I am looking forward to your next series: OPEN, CLOSED, NO VACANCY. Thanks for PJ 289. Appreciated.
Ooh, lots of fun junkin’ projects! Thanks for the party, Donna.
It sounds like you are having a fantastic time in Hawaii. Thanks for hosting Donna, and for sharing such awesome features.
thanks for throwing this party!!! 😉
Hi Donna – Thanks for hosting – always great to see what everyone is up to! Nothing to link up for me this week, but I’ve got a few projects in the works that I’m excited about – including my first project with… wait for it… Annie Sloan paint!!! WOO HOO!!! Have a great week! Hugs, Holly
Thanks for the party! I always love stopping by and seeing what amazing things people have created 🙂
Enjoy your last few weeks in Maui, Donna & thanks for the feature!
Thanks again for another party filled with so many great ideas. I look forward to it every week and can’t even tell you how busy you all have kept me trying out new things.
Enjoy your weekend.
Thanks Donna for hosting a great party! Jo
This is one of your BEST Link Parties.
I <3 absolutely EVERY project you have linked. Man you have some good taste/contacts.
Now I'm off to enjoy every link and morsel.
It's one of your past links that put me in touch with Angie from Knick of Time who I am now addicted to as well.
Thank you, thank you, thank you for the feature this week 🙂 It just makes my day! Thanks for hosting another wonderful party, and hope you’re having a great weekend 🙂