Junk Fest 2018

The Arlington TX Junk fest is held in a quaint garden behind Collected Treasures twice a year. The sun smiled down for our first attendance at the Junk fest this past weekend. The low key vibe and live music made for an enjoyable shopping experience. My vintage wooden sign saying… The hurrier I go, the […]

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Antiquing Fabric

Coffee & tea dyes are an easy way to add a bit of vintage to your otherwise new fabric. I was gifted a bag of ribbon remnants and decided to make a doily dreamcatcher. I want the dreamcatcher to look vintage so I’m going to tea dye the ribbon. Coffee & tea are great alternatives […]

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Green Pumpkin Envy

My second patch of painted pumpkins are a little unconventional. Kroger had sold out of my first white pumpkins so I challenged myself by purchasing green. Pumpkin Painting is always a fun activity & a great way to spend time with loved ones. What you’ll need: Pumpkin. I purchased faux pumpkins on sale at Kroger so […]

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Coffee Craft: Charmed Pumpkins

Potterheads rejoice! It’s the most magical time of the year!! ✨ You can finally wear your cape in public without the muggles judging you! Let’s make your pumpkins magical!! What you will need: Coffee Flat back studs or stars Hot glue or crafting glue Fabric or painted pumpkins (I purchased already made) Start by deciding […]

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Fall & Holiday Market

Come visit my aunt Joy Jenkins and myself at the Main Street Antique Junk Fest – Fall/Holiday event in Arlington, TX. We will be showcasing antiques, handmade holiday floral & decor, custom wedding belts & more!!

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Sickly Sweet Shrine

Día de los Muertos or the Day of the Dead is a tradition developed over 3000 years ago by the Aztecs. They believed we should celebrate the passing of our loved ones. They welcomed the spirits to the world of the living once a year. Many honor their dead with alters & gifts of flowers, […]

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