Welcome to Party Junk 231 – Spring Decor Repurposed
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First off, thanks so much for chiming in your opinions on the link party survey last weekend!
Most of you loved the themed linkup as well as the generalized one, so no big changes! On we go! And thanks for mentioning you’d miss the party if it were no longer… that’s all I needed to know. 🙂
Your visits to the links and any sharing or pinning you do to help the party continue to prosper are so much appreciated. Thank-you for all YOU do, you are helping make this party what it is today. 🙂
So… let’s jump into spring! Here are a few picked out from last weekend’s link party plus…
Repurposed chest of drawers planter / Penny’s Vintage Home
What was once a microwave stand, this dresser now stands proudly as a gorgeous spring planter in Penny’s new greenhouse! The pink tone really makes that green pop in the most wonderful of ways.
Rust and lace sewn flowers by Vintage with Laces
Julia’s rusty motor part collection was calling her. They kept reminding her of flowers, so she created this beautiful fabric flower garden with all things rust, lace and twine! (the background is created from a 100 year old sewing pattern!) Visit the post for closer details. May I have a king sized quilt like this please?
Repurposed drawer shelf / Organized Clutter
When Carlene landed this $5 drawer, I’d bet she had no idea what a cool shelf it would make. Add an extra board for depth and you’re all set! Love how the drawer creates a shadow box of sorts.
Mossy wooden shoes / Funky Junk Interiors
I’m so glad these woodsy wooden shoes were never painted… love how the green absolutely pops against them! Wonderful for organizing most anything.
Gravy Boat nest in the kitchen / Forever Decorating
I’m so glad Terry decked out her kitchen in all things spring… this gravy boat nest is absolutely charming! Adore the layers and how lovely the woodsy nest with eggs stand out against the white.
Old fashioned wooden swing / Knick of Time Interiors
I love it when Angie gets inspired for, as she puts it, a quickly rewarding project… this old fashioned swing is darling! She even googled how to tie the right kind of knot… and check out that twine… I’ll take one as my office chair please! (how fun would that be…)
Post your Spring Repurposed projects in the 2nd themed linkup below!
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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.
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11 thoughts on “PJ 231 – Spring Decor Repurposed”
Donna, It is so sweet of you to feature my repurposed dresser…thank you so much! Hugs, Penny
My pleasure Penny! I just adore it! 🙂 It was a massive hit last weekend on Facebook too!
So glad you’re continuing to host this party, Donna! I loved your features this week – especially the drawer-turned-shelf shadowbox! Such a great idea, now I’m on the hunt for random drawers!
Thanks for letting me link up my kitchen scale all ready for Spring.
Enjoy your weekend!
Thanks for Spring Decor Repurposed Donna. Happy Spring !
thanks for having us over to party, Donna. Have a great weekend!
Hi Donna, Thank you so much for featuring my rusty flower quilt along with the other great projects.
I’m very happy to hear that you coninue with the parties. Thank you for hosting every week.
Have a wonderful and sunny weekend :)!
Love your repurposed wooden shoes Donna!
Happy to play along again today with two ideas.
Sending you happy weekend wishes from Germany
Thanks so much for the party Donna!
Happy Spring ( although they’re calling for flurries in this God Forsaken province – bleak like the politics of Quebec LMHO – I think Pauline Marois is keeping winter here on purpose to bug the Anglophone community! )
I’d have to say that gravy boat nest really caught my eye. Gonna haft make some of those, for sure!
You always do such a good job with your blog, I enjoy reading it very much. Such nice ideas.