Party Junk 214 – 75+ salvaged junk Christmas trees

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I normally wait until December to run Christmas themed link parties, however, when I spotted a few new adorable Christmas features already online, that was it! SOLD!

Snow globe lantern Christmas Tree, by Chipping with Charm, featured on

Lantern Christmas Tree Snow Globe – Chipping With Charm

This idea is beyond charming! You can bet I’m eyeing up my own lanterns to try something similar! Joy indeed.

Old crate Christmas tree wall art - Chipping with Charm, featured on

Crate end Christmas Tree wall art – Chipping with Charm

 Ok Miss Laurel, you are cookin’ this year. And it’s only November! I have never wanted crate ends more than I do right now. And check out that wheel wreath… 


Boiled wool Christmas tree ornaments – Homeroad

Susan made these beautiful tree ornaments from an old sweater. Soooo charming! Love the clothespin detail for a tree stump!

Salt shaker snow globe Christmas tree - Organized Clutter, featured on 

Salt shaker snowglobe Christmas Trees – Organized Clutter

Carlene creates a snow globe effect with a little brush tree in a salt shaker… serious swoonville here.

Junk Christmas tree, by Beyond The Picket Fence, featured on 

Junk Christmas Tree – Beyond The Picket Fence

What to do with a surplus of junk. Becky, I could make 50,000 of these right about now. Maybe I should!

The next few are from last year but I love them just as much this year…

Oil funnel Christmas tree, by Organized Clutter featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Oil funnel Christmas tree by Organized Clutter

Carlene sure knows how to make industrial adorable. 

Book page tree, by Organized Clutter featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Book page tree by Organized Clutter

Inspired by BHG, Carlene shows her own twist on creating a book page tree. Way cool.

Vintage yardstick Christmas tree, by Organized Clutter featured on Funky Junk Interiors


Repurposed yardstick Christmas tree by Organized Clutter

This truly appeals to the rustic in me. Perfection!

I truly would have any and all of these in my home. Perhaps I should choose and make one… I like it! Now to choose…

19 Alternative DIY Christmas Trees, by Miriam Illions, curated from HomeTalk, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Check out Miriam Illion’s collection of 20 Alternative DIY Christmas Trees, curated from Hometalk!

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16 thoughts on “Party Junk 214 – 75+ salvaged junk Christmas trees

  1. I am going “tree crazy” this many fun ideas out there!! Thanks for featuring a couple of mine Donna! I added a couple more to the party…and I have a few more in the works here 🙂 Do you think I have a “tree problem”?? Can’t wait to peek around…

  2. Thanks for hosting, just found your link party and linked up my latest Fall décor post. Your have a great site with a lot of beautiful ideas. Looking forward to following your site through Facebook and linking up again. Have a great Thanksgiving!

  3. Donna, I love them all!! That little tree in the salt shaker, wow! Love the yardstick idea, crate on the wall, I have a lantern in my basement just waiting for a little tree, so many trees, so little time. I could fill every wall in my house.

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