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My own trash to treasure

Posted by delicatreasures (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 30, 07 at 7:38

I have had an ongoing project for a long time of buying items or being given items that would otherwise be tossed out, I am such a scavenger. I take these items and try to find another use for them. I have done this for years. Now they give it a name and call it upcycling. Ever heard of dumpster diving? :) well we won't get into that because I am kinda new to this forum and wouldn't want to scare everyone away or get kicked out...:) Anyway I was thrilled to see that the website I created to sell my artsy crafty stuff already had an area that would appeal to the Upcycling generation. So I suppose I will have to continue to do what I do. I hope it is okay to show a sample here.

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This is just a really cool dish I found and used polymer clay to give it new life and color. I hope also that it is okay to let you know where my website is?

Anyway I think I will enjoy this forum and I think I will go look around a bit more. Thanks, Jolene

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RE: My own trash to treasure

Awesome ideas, checked out your site
This is trash to treasure and I think its great if you can make a little cash to keep going
Good luck

RE: My own trash to treasure

Thank you, this is my first attempt to sell on the web in my own site. I had better luck at ebay but the costs of listing were too high. So I gave myself one year, we will see how it goes.

Here is a link that might be useful: Delica Treasures

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