Junky front porch Christmas

December 5th, 2009 in member junk     
CraftingWendy CraftingWendy, member
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A rusty wreath decorates the front door. I learned how to make these thanks to all my friends at Junk Market Style!
An old sled and pinecones, ribbon and ornaments in a blue chippy paint tool box. I got the box at an estate sale and had to brave an old, dirty garage to get it, but Im glad I did!
Flea market, thrift store and garage sale finds add rustic charm to the wreath.
Tool boxes and old tools turned into Christmas decor. Its perfect for our country home.
I found the chippy Christmas tree for 10 cents at a garage sale and added a fun spring and wrench as ornaments.
A rusty wreath decorates the front door. I learned how to make these thanks to all my friends at Junk Market Style!

A rusty wreath decorates the front door. I learned how to make these thanks to all my friends at Junk Market Style!


The weather is actually cool here in Florida and I was inspired to "junk up" the front porch for Christmas. Rust, pincones, tools and chippy paint...the perfect colors for the holidays.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, metal, country, outdoor spaces, porch, red, silver-metallic, blue

Comments (7)

RustyDiva writes: Awwwwww the awesome colors!!!! Love every rustic rusty inch of it. Great job!! Posted: 10:14 am on December 9th
alicemom writes: A really fine job! Love the little Tree.
smiles, alice Posted: 8:47 pm on December 6th
junkermidge writes: Love how you've junked this up for Christmas. It's all junk -- and all BEAUTIFUL.
Midge Posted: 7:41 pm on December 6th
fellowjunker writes: Love your rustic wreath!!
xojanis Posted: 12:18 pm on December 6th
suewhitney writes: Very cool stuff, CW! I particularly enjoy all of your attention to detail. The wreath is to die for cute.

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 9:02 am on December 6th
resalediva writes: Super cute! I especially love the wreath. Rusty metal's the best isn't it?! Posted: 1:56 am on December 6th
birdcolor writes: I love your arrangement. Very festive. Digging through the dirty garage was totally worth it! Posted: 11:27 pm on December 5th
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