Merry Christmas { JUNK } Banner

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I recently cut down this fence...
I made this laundry folding table with part of it…
and a growth chart with the other.
The top ends were cut off so I kept them for this simple project.
A Merry Christmas Banner.
Eye Hooks, Stencils, Paint, Jewelry Chain and Twine.
And a few little metal trees cut from another decoration that I no longer use.
M-e-r-r-y C-h-r-i-s-t-m-a-s {JUNK} Banner
for more holiday craft and decorating ideas GO HERE
I am sharing with: A Stroll Thru Life
and
I am joining the Junkers United party with Bliss Ranch
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Hi Holly – I just love how you recycled that fence into all those new projects. They all look great. So clever.Mary @ Orphans With Makeup

Awesome idea! Love it- Andrea@scrapality.com

OK…so loving this fence top banner!!! Great idea!

Merry Christmas, Holly! I love all the ways you've used the wood!! This was so creative! Never waste anything. Pinning. 🙂

Merry Christmas and Best Wishes for a Happy New Year! Bring you Good wishes of happiness. Sorry for greeting you earlier,, just don't want miss saying this.By the way, I'm clotee. I am blogger too, and now try my best luck to open an e-store. Nice to know you.Regards,Clotee

That is great! Love the banner!! It looks perfect where you hung it!Heather

I <3 your merry banner! Pinned:) New follow to your social media too! Happy Holidays

PS – I featured you in my blog today :)agirlandhersparkles.blogspot.com

Your projects are so inspiring–love this banner!

Love this! All these projects from one fence! I'll never look at an old fence the same way again!~~Ang

Holly, just goes to show you should never throw anything away. Recycling is great. The garland turned out perfect. The little trees really add a festive touch. love ya, mom

Oh my word, you used every square inch of these boards and everything is absolutley amazing. I love that banner, the growth chard and the table, Every single project is so special. I also can't begin to thank you enough for being such a fabulous cheerleader for Bronx. You have lifted me and my family up in so many ways that you will never know about. I just keep the picture of your husband holding your precious little boys when they were 3 1/2 weeks old and then now at 11 yrs. old in my mind and know that we… Read more »

WOW Holly, what a way to get every speck out of an item!!! This banner is the best I have seen!! Love it big time, girl.Cynthia

WOW this is great! Love the idea!Marie @ Fort Ledbetter

OK… that banner is getting pinned to my banner board for sure. Ultimate way to reuse every piece of something. And I'm noticing that hanging sock tub too, so cute.

WOW! Now theres ALOTTA bang for your Buck! lol no pun intended Super cute repurpose!

I love banners and this one is wonderfully rustic! Way to use up all of that fence girl!

Such an adorable idea! An so original – no one else will have one like it!agirlandhersparkles.blogspot.com

That fence sure was a goldmine, Holly. I'm absolutely crazy about this!

Cute! I like that you repurposed that fence in so many useful ways! Pat

I love how you found a way to use the entire fence and didn't waste a thing. The garland is gorgeous too! Dee 🙂

such a clever idea! love it, holly!

You are so good at repurposing! Very cool and so many great ideas out of that one original project.

LOVE IT Holly!!

That picket fence has been used so wisely by you! I can't get over how you managed to use every part of it in different ways. I love this banner you made. It is so cute.

Oh Holly, this is great! It works perfectly across your window and under the deer head.Mary Alice

I love this! I never would have guessed it was part of an old fence and I especially love how it looks under the dear!Angela @ Number Fifty-Three

Looks great Holly! You always have such great projects…love your style!Cheryl @ The Creative Me and My McG

What a great repurpose, Holly – I love it!I hope you'll link these up tomorrow at the Junkers United Christmas link party. The party starts early in the morning. I promise to pin this project on our Christmas Pinterest board – it's too cute!