SNS 165 – DIY / mini Christmas trees

 DIY / Mini Christmas Trees - a themed link party via Funky Junk Interiors

Saturday Nite Special, a link party via Funky Junk Interiors

Welcome to Saturday Nite Special, the multi themed DIY link party! 


* Home Decor / Gardening

 * Crafts, / Sewing / Recipes / Printables / Blog tips

* Theme of the week – DIY mini Christmas trees


Every Fri 7pm  to Sunday 11 pm Pacific.

I adore DIY Christmas trees. They are just way too cute!

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

Oil funnel Christmas tree by Organized Clutter

First, there’s the oil funnel tree Carlene whipped up for her mantel.

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. This project comes with a wonderful tutorial too!

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

Repurposed yardstick Christmas tree by Organized Clutter

Just a yardstick no more with this sweet creation!

Carlene, thank-you for inspiring us! These are so cool.

Stacked toolbox and crate Christmas tree, by Finding Home featured on Funky Junk Interiors

A toolbox and crate Christmas tree by Finding Home

Stacked toolboxes and crates… how easy is that? Adore!

Faux and real Christmas tree in a strainer /
Mini faux and real tree in an applesauce strainer / Funky Junk Interiors

This little number was created from a Christmas tree top! Find out how I got it to look totally real!

firewood end Christmas trees /
Christmas tree wood slices / Funky Junk Interiors

If you study your pile of firewood, the shapes are like Christmas trees… easy and fun craft!
stacked rusty gear Christmas candle votive /
stacked rusty gear Christmas candle votive /
Stacked gears candle votive / Funky Junk Interiors

Strategically stacked rusty gears make the cutest candle votive in the land!

And if that weren’t enough….

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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Do you have a DIY / min Christmas tree?

 Link up your fav in this weekend’s third themed linkup!


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36 thoughts on “SNS 165 – DIY / mini Christmas trees

  1. All of the tree projects are just so creative tonight–love the funnel tree on the plaid lunchbox–so cute! Thank you so much for hosting the party for us, Donna, and I send best wishes to you for a fabulous weekend! I am taking a Viewpoints acting class tomorrow–love!

  2. I just returned home from dinner out with some friends – and what a perfect way to end my night! Thanks so much for the feature sweet Donna! And I linked up another one of my crazy trees!

    Take care, Laura

  3. Donna always love coming by your place! Hope you are doing well and having a relaxing time getting ready for Christmas! Praying I will focus more on the this being a time of worshiping the one we are celebrating instead of getting caught up on all the trappings. Simplified my decorating this year to help with that and am showing off a little of what I did at your fun party! The picture messed up though on the linky thing so no one can see anything! Oh well- not worrying over that one!

    bee blessed

  4. Hi, love all these features.
    I was about to link with a giveaway going on at my place but then noticed you wanted DIY or cooking…so…I’ll just catch ya another time.
    Happy Day, bj

  5. I haven’t shared here in a while due to computer problems. I was told to come and share my recycled window with your party. So glad to finally have something to post again, thanks for hosting!
    Debbie 🙂

  6. Donna,
    Those trees from organized Clutter are so cute. Very “funky junk”!
    I see why you featured them 🙂

    Thanks for hosting. Have a wonderful holiday season 🙂

  7. Thanks for hosting each week. I always find wonderful stuff here (too many great ideas, not enough time). Hope you are having a glorious holiday season./

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