Tag... You're It!

November 21st, 2008 in blog     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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Here they all are kids! Wrapped up in a nutshell or should I say a burlap sack? I cant wait to get creative and see what these raw elements o junk can become with a little ingenuity and even less money!
We are the ultimate recycling team.. right? Its our time to shine my friends. What we have appreciated, celebrated, and  done for years, others are just starting to understand. Reuse, reuse, and then reuse again! Push pin lettes can go from the storage bin to the package and back again , again, again, and again. You cool with that? Me thinks you are.
Match.com just sent you a recycled wink.
A winter wonderland indeed. These mini black and whites have gift tag written all over them.
Oh, oh, oh...Ho,ho,ho. Thats all I have to say....seriously! Let your imagination do the rest.
Yeppers, lets not leave reclaimed furniture hardware out of the holiday picture. These little ditty do dads can be re-thought year after year.
This package topper option royally cracks me up. Of the five options which do you think will show up in a later post?
Oh, my gee ditty wibs, I just shot the Pottery Barn initials. My bad! We are junkers born to be free. Hence, these initials in our case stand for people of the bunk, that rhymes with junk. Sorry, I just had to go with it!
Calling lucky # 7..... and 1/2.
The lone buck, yes there he stands. Those of you who know me are thinking Im taking a stags leap out of my style comfort zone. Why yes I am! Lets see what comes of it. Shall we?
Got clothing tags? I know you do. Dont throw em away. Knock down the price per wearing of new clothes by recyclying the tag.
The gal pals from Gossip Girl are making their cameo appearance in the junking world.
Here they all are kids! Wrapped up in a nutshell or should I say a burlap sack? I cant wait to get creative and see what these raw elements o junk can become with a little ingenuity and even less money!

Here they all are kids! Wrapped up in a nutshell or should I say a burlap sack? I can't wait to get creative and see what these raw elements 'o junk can become with a little ingenuity and even less money!


This is going to be sooo much fun. My next few posts are meant soley to get your creative juices (and mine) flowing like a river after a 5 day rain storm. Let's go down the rapids together. Are you with me?


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Comments (4)

Dolly3cats writes: Cool--I love this kind of stuff! My brain will never be quite the same since I found JUNKMARKETSTYLE! Posted: 12:26 pm on November 22nd
AtticusFinch writes: Sue, I was just in the cuties shop here in Dallas (in the Lakewood area of town) called Curiosity Shop and saw every single items on your two postings. So next time you are in our neck of the woods you will have to scope them out. I purchased some of the tin letters and a brass cow tag (when I realized what it was I giggled out loud..right there in the store).

I promise you won't be disappointed. Posted: 10:26 am on November 22nd
georgiamoon writes: Me thinks you've gone 'round the bend of that creative river, and Me thinks I'm right behind you, with a few holes in my canoe! but Please explain "gee ditty wibs" I'm from California and we don't say things like that, but we do know great, fun junk when we see it and I'm seeing it now! Love your stash, gogo Posted: 6:33 pm on November 21st
MimiToria writes: Love your treasures you are making use of for this holiday season. The letters, cameos, vintage b x w photos, and of course the clothing tags are fab. I have a stash of clothing tags from my dh and daughters clothes that are put aside for "altered art heaven". They make the best tag back grounds. Can't wait to see what you do with all of these great finds.
Gretchen Posted: 11:02 am on November 21st
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