PJ 330 – DIY salvaged junk projects
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Happy weekend, friends!
I am home from our NYC trip, and goodness…do I have stories to share and pics to show you!
I nearly typed out my first post last night, but got overwhelmed when I uploaded all the photos from both phone and camera. I glanced at the clock reading 12:30 am, and decided to go to bed instead… 🙂 This is gonna take some serious thought!
But in other good news, I started a DIY yesterday too. My front door is getting makeover, thanks to a new paint delivery that inspired me to rip open the box, and start painting while still housing my pjs… don’t you love spontaneous projects? While in pjs? 🙂
Ohh…. and new stencils for a NEW design arrived!! Should be ready to roll out in about a couple of weeks… and this round, I’m teaming up with other bloggers for added inspiration! Sign up for the stencil email alert HERE
So until all that transpires, let’s dive in over our heads in the very best of ways, with what you’ve delivered here on Party Junk from the past 2 weeks…
Bouquet of aluminum Christmas tree light reflectors bouquet, by My Salvaged Treasures
Betsy has me wanting to pull out my Christmas decorations again, after I saw this! Oh my goodness… what an amazing repurpose for those vintage light reflectors…
Thrift store junk garden planter, by Confessions of a Serial DIYer
Here’s the perfect example of why thrift store shopping still has a special place in my heart. Piece your finds like a puzzle, and see what you get! Isn’t this clever?
Vintage inspired picture frame, by Designing, Dining and Diapers
Taryn had me at the wood and chain… isn’t this one gorgeous way to hang artwork? So industrially beautiful and simple!
Rustic natural live wreath, by The Boondocks Blog
Yes please Mary, I’ll take 4, one each for my kitchen windows and a larger one for the front door. Because this is perfection! My address is…
Seriously, you start with something EVERYONE has, and build it from there… full tutorial avail!
Abby Sugarbaker – Found Object Sculpture by Vintage with Laces
Julia’s creations always plant a smile on my junk appreciating face… I love how she utilized baking things to make… a baker! I wonder what a ‘junker’ would look like? Oh, and feel free to name her Funky Junk Donna… 😉
Industrial farmhouse cutting board, by Thistlewood Farms
Yes, I know. KariAnne’s clean, gorgeous kitchen in itself is worthy of a feature alone. But let’s zone in on that adorable cutting board on wheels… WANT! Bet my teen son would adore that for his dinner plate…
Galvanized wash tub flower planter, by Grit Antiques
Dear Jane, I adore your hidden surprise in this vintage laundry tub planter SO much like you have no idea… but the planter alone is gorgeous!
Wouldn’t it also be a super cool potting bench with wood planks across the top? I need this.
Wooden clamp farmhouse lighting, by Prodigal Pieces
SERIOUSLY… Larissa’s junky light move had me wondering where on earth I’d land a wooden clamp like this. Isn’t this antique light spectacular? ADORE the simple lines.
Glass cabinet makeover, by Knick of Time
A simple, glass faced cabinet from a thrift store resulted in THIS! I’m so inspired, Angie… my mind is racing!
I’ll take that wall too. And now I want a draped sheet for window treatments too.
See how this junk thing can take over your life?!
So, what did you make this past week?
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13 thoughts on “PJ 330 – DIY salvaged junk”
Features are awesome…especially the Abby Sugarbaker! Thank you for the party! Hope you have a wonderful weekend 🙂
Thanks always Donna for PJ 330. Hope to read more about your NY long visit. Following on Instagram. Just tried Fusion paint this week – your beautiful front door looks wonderful.
Thank you so much for lovin’ on my lighting, Donna! So much creativity oozing here.
Oh, yes. This junk thing can really take over! So much inspiration here. Thank you for featuring my Christmas tree light reflectors bouquet.
I too thought that Milk and Cream cabinet was terrific. I’m so happy to A) finally have something to contribute and B) have remembered to do it!
Thanks so much for the link up. Have a great weekend as you recover for NYC.
Thank you so much for the lovely feature, Donna! 🙂 I have another girl finished that is not a junker but I keep that idea in mind for sure including your name suggestion. 🙂
Donna, I know you had a great time to the Big Apple, and now you have given me lots to smile about with this feature. Thank you and I’m looking forward to all your journals from NY. Have a wonderful weekend.
Thank-you for lovin my wash tub…tray stole the show at the booth & it found a new home! I would also love a grit girl…Abby Sugarbaker is adorable 🙂
Thankd do much for the feature, Donna – have a beautiful weekend!
I loved seeing your photos of NYC on Instagram – looks like you had a wonderful time, and really saw the highlights of the city. Your photos were ever so creative!
Sharing my vintage sewing box makeover here – thanks for hosting one of my favorite parties.
Hi Donna – Sounds like a great trip to NYC! It’s been awhile since I’ve had something to submit! Thank you for hosting and wishing you a wonderful week! Hugs, Holly
Great party Donna! Thanks for hosting – I need to come more often! I love the features!
Everything looks great!!.