Dime Store Decorating by Jill Williams Grover
Using Flea Market Finds with Style

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A find at a flea market, something snatched from a yard sale, a store-bought bargain that barely affected the wallet: if you're trying to decorate at a discount--but with style and panache--some help is coming your way! You don't have to be a seasoned crafter to dip into these creative and innovative ideas, because every unique project takes almost no time to do and requires only minimal skills. Choose from among such colorful categories as Think Pink, Stars and Jars, Quite Bright, Leopard Spots and Pots, and Right with White, and begin transforming those everyday items into candle bottles, animal-print table settings, frames, scrapbooks, picnic baskets, bedroom décor, vases, and lots more! You'll never pay full price again.

About Jill Williams Grover

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Brigham City, UT
Published June 30, 2001 by Sterling/Chapelle. 144 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction

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