Wreaths are fun to hang on the door any time of year, but they are especially meaningful during the Christmas season. This week at Roadkill Rescue, we’ll be celebrating the season with festive wreath projects that honor the spirit of Roadkill Rescue: they are made out of free, found, or upcycled materials. Stay tuned for Wreath Week!
A couple years ago I bought a festive lampshade for $1 during after-Christmas sales….and it’s been waiting for me to use it ever since! Recently, I decided to give the shade a new look, and I shared the makeover at Infarrantly Creative.
Here’s an easy recycling project just in time for last minute Christmas decor, from Jacky at Small Home Love. All you need is an old magazine and a Christmas movie to watch while you are making this project.
Britni from Hubby Made Me has a great way for you to recycle those stacks of paint chips you bring home every time you go to the home improvement center.
Shannon at Fox Hollow Cottage discovered this little church–part of a Christmas village–at Goodwill. She was willing to shell out $1.50 for it, know that there was a way to give it a facelift.
At The Space Between, Karah shares the perfect Christmas craft for anyone who loves to collect pretty things from along the seashore, like sea glass and driftwood.
At Design, Dining + Diapers, Taryn used a piece of scrap plywood–leftover from another project–and styrofoam cranberries– pulled out of the bottom of the Christmas boxess–to make a cute holiday sign.
At Simply Thrifty, Megan says, “I’ve been seeing some beautiful signs on Pinterest for awhile and had the desire to create one for our household. A few weeks ago, while driving to pick up our Christmas tree, I drove past some old fence wood on the side of the road.” It was tricky to fit the wood and the Christmas tree into her van, but Megan did it!