Scrap Wood Fall Banner

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At Thistlewood Farms, KariAnne has a Fall decor project that only takes a few minutes to make and uses up your scrap pieces of molding. What could be simpler or more convenient?

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Fun Bat Boxes for Treats

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Here’s a fun craft just in time for Halloween from Claire of A Little Claireification. It’s something you probably already have all the supplies you need on hand, starting with the empty toilet paper rolls.

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Salvaged Doors Make a Cabinet

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“I got these vintage armoire doors from my neighbor,” says Gail at My Repurposed Life. She decided right away to use them to make a small cabinet.

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Cloche from Repurposed Objects

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“Anytime I can get crafty without having to go to the store is a good day for me,” confesses Selene at Restoration Beauty. She made this pretty cloche using items she already had on hand.

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Farmhouse Table from Fence Wood

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When Sabine and her family moved into their current home, they were met by an old fence that was completely falling over. Rather than throwing all that wood into the trash bin, she decided to make a table, and shared it at Mom In Music City.

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Restyled Office Desk

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When Caitlyn of Desert Domicile blogs, she sits at this desk–which happens to be World Market’s Josephine Desk given to her my her mother. She liked the desk, but admits to having a bit of a design crush on campaign desks. After searching her local Craigslist fruitlessly, one day Caitlyn noticed just how similar her own desk was to the campaign-style desks she admired.

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Old Books Make a Pretty Planter

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Over at Rain on a Tin Roof, Jenna came up with a creative way to display a succulent plant. “What better place for a succulent to live than in between the pages of a book?” she asks.

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Family Entryway Locker System

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At Vintage Charm Restored, Lori really needed a way to corral her family’s belongings right where they go in and out: the entryway. The locker systems she spotted in catalogs were just too pricey, so Lori came up with a way to custom design a system, using completely repurposed supplies.

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