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Never had more fun with a Teeter-Totter!

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We found this piece in Ohio. Sue and I had to wrestle for it...and I won!

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Birds of a Feather. A feather necklace

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Birds of a feather Meaning: Those of similar taste congregate in groups. I found this title to be perfect for Junkmarket Style! It's so true is it not? I love this necklace for fall and the holidays...

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DIY Garden Urn Turned Coffee Table

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I took a cast-iron garden urn, filled it with some of my favorite treasures, and topped it with glass to make a unique and simple junk beautiful coffee table.

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5 unique JUNK picture frames

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Desiring to come up with a few unique ways to frame photos, I played around with some standard junk components. The unique end results please me much more than your typical square wooden frames. It...

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Spring is HERE!

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Ok, well not really. But the springs are! I'm on a mission to find a bunch of ways to use these. I thought this was a simple easy peasy little redo.

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"Rust In Peace" Retro Re-purposed Electric Fan into Table Lamp

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"FAN FAVORITE" Circa 1960's Vintage Retro Electric Fan Re-purposed into a "Peace Sign" Fan Lamp. The inspiration for this decor style lamp was to combine today's hottest new Urban trendsnbsp...

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my grandma's old salt and pepper shakers

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I remember I asked for these and I know I've had the idea for a very long time. It is an original idea but I don't know how I conceived it. I was so glad I got two sets. I gave one of these to each...

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hope is a thing with feathers

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The girls and I collected feathers on those endless bike rides we took that summer. One day, I found an entire duck's wing. It was very dry and apparently had been...

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Architecture in the House!

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Do you have a new home and want to add some vintage charm to it? Add some architectural elements!

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Vintage Hardware, door knobs & furniture knob and pulls

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Just a sample of the vintage hardwear we carry. People travel quite aways to find replacment knobs and pulls for their homes and furniture. Kind of hard to find it, but I like helping shoppers get...

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Washboard Organizer

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The winter of getting things finished. Yet another project that has been sitting in my basement "crafting" area for a year! I had an idea that I wanted to play with using doorknobs for feet. I just never knew what they would go onto. Then this little beauty walked into my life.

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Re-puprosed Bathroom Light Bar made into this awesome (6) Mason Jar Industrial Chandelier

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This is an awesome (6) Mason Jar Chandelier that can be made using the items as shown in photo.

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Memory Keeper

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Memories are what it's all about!

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A Winter Wonderland Mantel

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The holidays are over, but winter will last for the next few months. No need to take down all those decorations just yet....

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A Bar Everyone Can Join in On!

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Well we certainly seem to have a plethora of different wine bars on JMS. But here's one everyone can join in on, young and old!

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Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree...

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Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree...I didn't make this beauty but I sure love it!

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Vintage Soda Bottle "Christmas Tree"

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I used a portion of my crazy collection of over 400 vintage soda bottles and an antique ladder to create a one-of-kind "Christmas Tree"

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All Wrapped Up and Ready for Christmas!

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Finally got all the presents wrapped. Let the celebrating commence!

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Winter Centerpiece

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Simple Winter Centerpiece has a surprise ingredient...(hint: don't throw anything away!)

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Etching made easy!

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You ever admire etched glass but thought it looked hard to try and master yourself? Me too! I took a class and found it is actually very easy. Follow my step by step directions and try it yourself...

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