CREEPY FOR CHEAPY 2020 – Upcycled Scarecrows

I was torn on this post’s title, I call them scarecrows, but they have pumpkin faces, either way they are cute!

A few years ago Mr.D’s boss gave me some old wooden oars, one was mounted in our den with all it’s vintage glory, the other I turned into a SNOWMAN.

Early this year, pre covid, we found a wooden oar while thrifting, I knew it would be a Halloween piece.

While I was at it, I took an old fence board that had been many signs outdoors, weathered perfectly, and made 2 scarecrows to hang outside of our front door.

SHARED AT THESE LINK PARTIES

LOVE MY LITTLE COTTAGE

MY THRIFT STORE ADDICTION

OUR HOPEFUL HOME

GRANDMA’S HOUSE DIY

TWO CHICKS & A MOM

THE PAINTED HINGE

4 comments

  1. So cute, I will have to share this in my monthly updates. I love the long hat, very creative. Our thrift shops are open here, have been since May. We all just wear masks, and social distance from each other. I only go right when it opens and stay for a small time where as before I really enjoyed shopping for silly things. Now I shop for practical things in case of future shortages. Told my kids to start investing in good clothes that were made to last from the past. Clothes now seem to fall apart more after so many washings. They add plastic to threads and fabrics to make that happen. It is weird with lock downs here in our country. I just figure all the states are open like ours and not in lock downs but depending on color of state, some are not doing so well. I hope you are all well and having a great Fall season. It is one of my favorite times of the year.

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