Assemblage Art Junk Fish

Junk Fish

I’ve made several junk angels but this is the first time I’ve tackled a fish. I’m pretty sure this fish has no basis in reality, but that doesn’t stop me from having some fun. From your junk pile,  pull out … Continue Reading →


DIY Driftwood Buoy Lamp

Driftwood Buoy Lamp

I try to spread out my lighting projects but this week I was on a roll. Tuesday I shared with you a salad bowl pendant and today I’m making a lamp out of a piece of driftwood. I can never  seem … Continue Reading →


DIY Oyster Shell Tree

Oyster Shell Tree for Beachcombers

Over the Thanksgiving holiday my family all got together and rented a house on the Chesapeake Bay.  Considering it was late November we had beautiful weather.  It wasn’t quite bikini weather (OK, it’s never bikini weather) but it was, put … Continue Reading →


Pallet Wood Fish House Number on an old Pulley

Pallet Wood Fish House Numbers

With summer coming up…beach, lake, fishing season… I was inspired to make something with this little fish I’ve had sitting around since last July. He was part of this colorful assortment of pallet wood fish that I originally shared over at My … Continue Reading →


Easy diy Pallet Wood Frame

Easy Pallet Wood Frame diy

  • By Joan
  • December 18, 2015
  • Comments Off on Easy Pallet Wood Frame diy

Good morning and welcome back.  If it’s the third Friday in the month then it means I must be guest posting over at My Repurposed Life today. I think you’ll really love this project and it brings me back to my … Continue Reading →


Pallet Wood Fish house numbers

One fish, two fish…house numbers

Whether you’re a fisherman, you have a cabin in the woods, you live near a lake, a pond, a stream, the ocean, you love the great outdoors…this is the project for you. …and not just because of all the aforementioned … Continue Reading →


Seashell Napkin Rings diy

Beachcomber Napkin Rings diy

Summer is coming, the kids are loading up their buckets with seashells. OK, maybe it’s mom who loads up the bucket with seashells…and you can’t part with any of them. You need a project. This is an easy craft project. … Continue Reading →


Wayfair Inspired Driftwood Tree

Wayfair Inspired Driftwood Tree diy

Ever since August, I’ve been on the hunt for driftwood ,and while I’ve gotten a few pieces of genuine, smoothed by the tides, washed up on the shore pieces of wood.  Most of my wood was mostly, aged by the rain, … Continue Reading →


Pallet Wood Fish Bait Sign diy

Pallet Wood Fish Bait Sign diy

I don’t know why, but lately I’ve been on a painted sign fixation. I showed you my Raven sign that I made with a genuine piece of old wood,  but there really aren’t many of those around.  So, if you still … Continue Reading →


Crabby Fruit Crate Makeover diy

Crabby Fruit Crate Makeover diy

  What would you do if you had eight crates delivered to your door and stacked ever so nicely in your foyer?   Well, you’d probably move them out of your foyer. That had to be step one. But then what? … Continue Reading →


Pallet Wood Fish diy

Pallet Wood Fish Wall decor diy

 Am I rushing the season?  We have one nice day and I’m thinking warm sunny beaches! For all you pallet lovers out there this is a really easy project.  You will, however, need a few supplies.      Pallet wood, … Continue Reading →


Bed tray diy, Reclaimed Wood tray, Beach decor, Serving tray diy

Reclaimed Wood Bed Tray diy

  A couple of weeks ago I mentioned going to a salvage yard and picking up some great cedar planks which became my rustic storage cupboard. Well, also on that trip I picked up a small bundle of old beadboard … Continue Reading →


Pallet Wood Wall

Warm and Rustic, Pallet Wood Wall

Add to Flipboard Magazine. Since July, I have written 15 posts on pallet wood projects…from dart board cabinets, to coffee tables, to streets signs, to christmas trees..so of course I’ve done a pallet wall. The best part  about pallet wood is … Continue Reading →


Oyster Shell Mirror diy

Oyster Shell Mirror diy

Add to Flipboard Magazine.   You can tell just by looking at this mirror that this project is perfect for me.  It’s Scavenger Chic at it’s finest in the form of beach combing. This project actually began a few years … Continue Reading →


Lamp made from old Shutters

Upcycled Shutters Lamp diy

Add to Flipboard Magazine. ,   As a self-professed scavenger, I get my ideas and my supplies from just about anywhere.  I’ve been known to root around in a dump or two, flea markets, thrift stores, abandoned homes, junked cars…to … Continue Reading →