Last week I introduced my new weekly post, Trash to Treasure Tuesday, where I choose to feature some fantastic upcycles.
Changing it a bit, I'm inviting you to link up your Trash to Treasure posts. I'll continue to feature from the ongoing posts each week on my social medias.
Before we get into the link up, let's take a look at a few amazing salvaged pieces of work that caught my eye:
|Once upon a time there was a stately ice box residing in a general store. After many years, it wasn't used anymore. In a public post with intent to be rid of it, a woman rescued it.|
|Jennifer at Decorated Chaos snagged this crate up from a pile on the side of the road.|
|She was on a mission for a rich color for a beautiful fall display. She did it!|
|This dresser was found at the road in front of a house for sale.|
|And what a difference the details make! It's hard to believe it's the same dresser, by Cristin at Eve of Reduction|
|It all started with a discarded coffee table top at the side of the road...|
|Linda at Hymns & Verses decided it would be perfect as the base for an upholstered ottoman in the living room.|
~ Now for the link up and the boring rules ~
1. Upcycled Trash to Treasure themed project links only.
Please link posts, refraining from linking giveaways or shops. My blog goal is to inspire and share how to tutorials. If your project(s) are shop items, that is fine as long as the link is a complete tutorial post and not a store.
2. Links must be your own work.
3. Please Grab the Trash to Treasures Tuesday Button and display on your blog either on your sidebar or post linking here.
4. I'll probably brag about you. By linking up here, you're allowing me to show you off on Redo It Yourself Inspirations blog by using your linked photos in featured posts along with my social media outlets. Photos will be linked back to your site and posted as the original creator where full credit is due to your craft and cleverness.
To upload button:
Right click the button above, copy image and paste into your linked edit post and apply this post’s url as a link to the picture.
Or right click the button image, save to desktop, upload into your blog post as a photo, and apply this post’s url as a link to the image.