Welcome to Party Junk 296 – an upcycled link party
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Hello weekend junkers!
I hope you’ve been busy swingin’ that junk around this week! But if not, there’s plenty of enticement socked into this post…
Creating a pallet sofa escape… for a good reason.
Welcome to my morning escape! This week, I proposed a challenge to help you get rid of your (bad junk) before Christmas. Need the encouragement? Read about it HERE and join in Monday!
How to remove pallets apart with no fancy tools by Funky Junk Interiors
I also taught you a super cool trick on how to remove pallets or fences apart with no fancy tools. This was mind blowing to learn, and came just in time. Wait till you see my driveway in this post…
An epic bike ride through nature… and a new friend, by Funky Junk Interiors
And I took you for a bike ride to one of the prettiest places on earth… but so much more transpired. I’m calling it my Little MIracle Bike these days!
And now with YOUR incredible junk from last weekend’s party. Guys… you floor me.
COCO-NUTTY SWEATER ACORNS by Dandelion Patina
You’d think sweaters and coconuts would have absolutely no correlation celebrating different seasons and all. But this project changed my mind. Funky fall to the extreme!
How to build a floating shelf, by Refresh Restyle
I didn’t see it at first… but you will when you click the post. This is a genius project that is useful and super functional, allowing you to layer stuff you still need access to. So pretty!
Rustic wind chime, by Junk for Joy
She had me at rusty metal. But look what this junky wind chime is hanging from… that is too cool!
Vintage Greeting Card Flower Faux-quet, by Sadie Seasongoods
This is a card holder. But it became one of the most creative and easy projects I’ve seen yet.
HOW TO STYLE A VINTAGE PRINTERS TRAY by Dandelion Patina
Old wood always looks good. But group it together and add a wreath?! I’m in love.
And love the little hidden messages. 🙂
Upcycled Bracelets from Vintage Belts by Adirondack Girl At Heart
Please. Oh please, I’ll take one of each. This is so creative! Click the blog link for more…
Wood Slice Centerpiece, by Thistlewood Farms
Those beefy wood slices provide height, awesome texture, and, well, this is gorgeous!
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What did you make this week?
Link up your newest and coolest upcycles below… can’t wait to see what you’ve been up to!
Non bloggers, feel free to share your own junk projects on my Facebook page HERE! You may even find yourself featured there… 🙂
To upload button…
(not mandatory by the way…) Right click a button above, save to desktop, upload into your blog post like a photo, apply a no-follow attribute, and attach this post’s url as a link to the picture.
~ 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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14 thoughts on “PJ 296 – an upcycled link party”
Thanks for the fun party Donna! I love all the features!
Thanks for hosting such a fun party. I hope you have a kicking week.
Sarah @ Backwoods Babies
Thanks so much Donna! We are loving our floating shelf and appreciate you sharing it!
Loving all the features! Thanks for the party! Cynthia
Thanks for the party, Donna, and thank you for sharing all of this fabulous junk!!
Hi Donna! I hope your week-end has started out great. Thanks so much for the sweet feature of my belt bracelets and for hosting week after week 🙂
Thanks so much for the party Donna! I love seeing all the great junk inspiration every week!
Thanks for another great link party!! Love the features!
Thanks for the party, have a great weekend!
So many creative ideas! Thanks for putting them all together. I’m off to see how you dismantle those pallets, gotta learn from a pro since I’ve never done this before!
Those sweater acorns are off-the-hook adorable and I think it may be a project I might actually be able to handle! I also love the letterpress drawer display…I bought a few of them recently to use as a headboard and may steal the idea to use Scrabble tiles inside of them to add a bit of interest. And still crushin’ hard on your comfy outdoor sofa…you’d never get my butt off of it…hehe!
Thanks for hosting! Love all the unique projects. I’m really crushing on the coconut and sweater acorns! Wow, those are too cool! Hope you have a great week.
a. Have used many of your great ideas. Any suggestions for using industrial wooden bobbins, 8 inches in length with flat bottoms wrapped with wire. I have made photo holders.Have some left. Thank you for all you do for all of us. D
Hi Dee! Feel free to post a picture of it / them on my Facebook page! My readers love to chime in with their ideas on how to use something! A visual is always best. 🙂