Junkers Unite with Unique Wreath Hangers, a Pinboard, and a Linky Party!

wreath hangers x2 www.homeroad.net

Welcome Junker Friends! You are in for a treat today!

In case you are new here, I am Susan and Homeroad is my blog.
 Today my projects are 2 fun ways to hang your wreaths.

Why hang a wreath on a nail when junky vintage pieces 
are just too beautiful to throw away.

rustic wreath hanger leg www.homeroad.net

Think out of the box and use them as unique display pieces.

For the first one, I used a beautiful vintage dresser leg, 
I sanded the end to give it a flat surface. 

I painted the leg orange with a coat
of dark wax, then attached it to a small piece of
reclaimed wood with a sawtooth hanger on the back.

The result is a unique hanger that 
can be used for any size wreath and 
gives it an added element of design.

Unique wreath hanger www.homeroad.net

For the other wreath hanger
I used this very unusual "rocker-like" piece. 

I have no idea what it was but I attached it to a narrow
reclaimed fence board, dark stained the board,
then added a little keyhole bling.

unusual hook hanger www.homeroad.net 

One side of this interesting piece is secured to the board while the 
other end makes the perfect hook.

rustic wreath hanger hook www.homeroad.net

unique wreath hook www.homeroad.net

I love the way these wreath hangers look and the added 
layer of rustic, junky charm it gives to the wreaths.

wreath hanger chair leg www.homeroad.net

I don't throw away any unique pieces... 
they always seem to turn up in a project somewhere!

And speaking of salvaged pieces... please visit the
Junkers United Junk board here for the best junk projects on the
net all in one place...

And even better yet... The following junk bloggers
have a brand new awesome junk project created just for you!

Visit each one of us by clicking on the links below...

Breida / Breida with a B

And wait... it gets even better!....
Link up your own junk!

The link up is now closed.  

Want to share a junk project? 
Link up your own favorite projects below.

We will choose our favorites and link them to the 

Junkers United Pinterest Board...

Are you in?
I can't wait to see what you've created!


I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .


  1. Such a neat party. Thanks for hosting, ladies, and thanks for all the great inspiration.

  2. Susan: Master of seeing what junk can be.

  3. I love these--so much better than the magnetic hanger on my door!

  4. Soooo cool Susan! Those old relics make a beautiful wreath even MORE beautiful! Thanks for playing along! :)

  5. So very clever Susan!! Now I want to go dig around in my junk pile to see what I can find too :)

  6. I like the who knows what it is hanger, yes never throw away and keep looking! thanks for hosting

  7. Thanks Ladies for hosting this awesome party! It's my first visit and I'm looking forward to seeing what everyone here has done with treasured junk.


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