Salvaged Junk Wreaths

Fun with “junk”. I love these interesting ideas for wreaths during any season really.

(Photo Credit: http://www.funkyjunkinteriors.net/2010/12/when-non-crafting-junker-crafts-for.html)

I love this rusty metal canning lid wreath from Funky Junk Interiors. It’s great for a rustic or maybe even vintage look. And you can really hang it on a house door or barn door. Great use of “junk”.

(Photo Credit: http://www.hometalk.com/8823263/a-fun-surprise-rusty-spring-wreath?expand_all_questions=1)

This rusty spring wreath is a fun rustic project. Go to Home Talk blog for further instructions on this cute wreath.

(Photo Credit: http://www.mymomsjunk.com/antique-sheet-music-wreath-tutorial/)

This antique music sheet wreath is just too cute. I love My Moms Junk’s post on it. Definitely check it out. I know I’m going to be doing this one for fun.

(Photo Credit: http://www.neatorama.com/2010/12/06/holiday-wreath-for-geeks/)

This may or may not be junk, but the idea is so cool! A tech wreath is something I haven’t seen before, and I think it’s pretty neat.

(Photo Credit: http://www.tanyabrown.org/blog/?p=2249)

Then there’s this totally awesome wreath made of toilet paper tubes, spray paint, and some red beads. Of course you can paint any color you’d like. This one is also pretty cute and I want to try it out.

 

Post in the comments if you try any of these or have your own junk wreaths!

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