High Style Halloween

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At her blog One O, Chiara tells us that she wanted to create some Halloween decor that would fit her personal style. Her requirements, she explains, included “something that has a nordic geometric touch and feel. Something not too spooky or horrific but pretty more cute and stylish.” If that sounds like a tall order, then you must read on to see how Chiara made it happen.

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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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Reclaimed Wood Pumpkins

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Over at The Summery Umbrella, Liz is working on some pretty big home improvement projects. And, like many of those projects do, there is wood involved. Which means that Liz has quite a few wood scraps lying around. You should see what she’s been making from her scraps.

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Scrap Wood Wall Art

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At Home.Made.Interest, Melinda tells us that she found this wood in the scrap pile at Home Depot. She brought it home with plans to turn it into some wall art for her gallery wall.

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Herringbone Countertop Organizer

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Katie from Little House of Four came up with this project and shared it over at Elizabeth Joan Designs.  She made use of some boards and shims to get her home a little more organized. Needing a box to keep track of all the little items that get dropped on her kitchen counter, Katie nailed together {…Read More…}

Scrap Wood Wine Glass Holder

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There are always scraps of wood lying around the Internal Doors’ offices. Looking for a fun way to keep those scraps from going to waste, the folks at Internal Doors figured out a way to turn the extra wood into something useful.

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Scrap Wood and Galvanized Pipe Paper Towel Holder

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Over at Design, Dining + Diapers, a dinner at a barbecue restaurant prompted Taryn to come up with this paper towel holder for her kitchen. She fell in love with the industrial style holders on the restaurant tables, and realized that she could make her own, starting with the scrap wood she already had on hand.

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Hanging Test Tube Wall Planter

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At her blog Hearts and Sharts, Dena tells us, “I keep everything. Everything. You never know when the day will come when you can use something that’s been chillin’ in your stash of craft goods for a couple months.”  Or, in the case of these test tube spice jars, twenty years!  Dena’s mom bought them back when Dena was in junior high, and eventually they joined her stash.

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