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DIY Upcycled Porch Decor

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I love DIY and upcycling and I have created some fun decor for my front porch with items I found at a thrift store that I’d love to share with you.

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DIY Upcycled Porch Decor Video

Clothespin Daisy Wreath –

I placed white plastic clothespins from Walmart onto a wreath form I got at Dollar Tree. I tied a Dollar Tree Mirror onto the center of the wreath form. Full Tutorial – Daisy Clothespin Wreath

Fireflies & Cattails –

I recycled a 1 gallon jug, placed a small strand of white lights and placed cattails into it. When it lights up at night it reminds me of fireflies that I grew up with in Minnesota. Full Tutorial – Fireflies and Cattails

Upcycled Pumpkin Candle Holder –

I found this pumpkin candle holder at a thrift store. I placed a recycled bottle in the center and filled that bottle with a short orange light strand from Dollar Tree. When it lights up at night you can see the warm pumpkin glow. Full Tutorial – Pumpkin Candle Holder Upcycles

Silverware flowers

I placed the silverware in a flower shape, and used metal wire to hold them into place on a skewer from Dollar Tree. I siliconed dollar store rocks onto the silverware. For the solar light – I bent silverware out and then used gaffers tape to hold the silverware into place with the solar light.

Dish Angel –

I used E6000 to glue thrift store dishes together to create this angel. I let it dry for 72 hours to make sure it had a secure hold. I placed a solar light in the center of the vase for added glow at night. Full Tutorial – Easy Light Up Dish Angel

Solar Chandelier

I pulled apart a chandelier and siliconed solar lights into the places where the lights used to be. I then siliconed mason jars over the top of the solar lights to protect them. Full Tutorial – Upcycle an Outdated Chandelier to a Solar Chandelier

Dishes Wind Chime –

I used a flower basket from Dollar Tree and turned it upside down. I used shower clips to attach a pot the the center and utensils around the outside. I put a solar light on top for added glow. I love the way it sounds in the breeze. Full Tutorial – Grandmaโ€™s Utensil Solar Windchime

Solar Lamp –

I found this tealight holder at the thrift store. I added a solar light to the center. I also found this beaded tealight shade and it fit perfectly onto the top of the solar light.

Pouring Teapot, Tea Cup, and Candle Holder Flowers –

I glued the lid onto the top of the teapot and glued a jewel into the spout. After it dried I placed it on a small shepard hook. I glued a tea cup onto a saucer, and then glued that onto a candle holder. I placed that under the spout. I found small glass candle holders and glued them onto skewers and place those in the flower pot. Full Tutorial – Pouring Tea Pot & Tea Cup Decor

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24 Comments

  1. Barbara Warner says:

    I love your dish angel. She’s so pretty and full of sparkle. Thanks so much for sharing. Good luck with your radiation. I shall keep you in my prayers.

    1. Thank you so much Barbara, she’s one of my favorites too ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for the well wishes.

  2. Great idea to use the solar lights for the chandelier. I am on the hunt for a used one now.

    1. You are so very sweet Kippi, thank you so much!

  3. WOW! Great upcycle and repurposing. Looks great. Kaeie

  4. Mother of 3 says:

    Lots of cute ideas. I really like those silverware flowers. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Encouraging Hearts and Home. Pinned.

    1. Thank you Joanne, I’m so pleased you liked the silverware flowers ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Thank you so much Cherryl! I’m thrilled you want to try some.

  5. A bunch of fun ideas! I am especially partial to solar lights. We have a few strands lighting up our balcony every night. Iโ€™ll keep those projects in mind.

    1. Thank you Michelle and me too, just love those solar lights. My kids have told me they need to wear sunglasses at night because I have so many.

  6. Marilyn Lesniak says:

    Thank you for sharing at #ThursdayFavoriteThings. Pinned and shared.

  7. Everything you’ve done is very creative and very cute. I love the dish angel and the teapot. TFS with #omhgww

    1. Thank you so very much Clearissa, I just love that dish angel too.

    1. Thank you Anita, and thanks for the Pin – I love that chandelier too. ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Marilyn Lesniak says:

    Thank you for sharing at #OverTheMoon. Pinned and shared.

    1. Thanks so much Marilyn – appreciate it ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. Fantastic ideas, Chas. I’ve been looking for just the right light fixture for my back porch…I already have the solar lights! LOL Thank you for sharing at Party In Your PJ’s!

    1. Thank you Ann and I’m thrilled you’re on the look out for a light fixture for your porch. Please send me pictures when you get yours done – would LOVE to see it ๐Ÿ™‚

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