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sunroom diningCome see what we have,  from last minute gifts to diy projects, home improvement materials and home decor.

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Vendor sale

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This N That, one of the vendors in our Upcycle Market has put everything in her booth on sale, one-half off.  These rustic frames can go with several different decors.  Several sizes and groupings for your pictures. The Solar lights are great for paths and pools.

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Upcycle Market

Two great new items in the Country Furniture booth. This vintage trunk has been refurbished beautifully.  The farm table has blue distressed legs and rough cut lumber for the table top.

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Unique gifts help others…

When you shop our Upcycle Market you not only get a one of a kind gift for someone special, you also help others in need.  Each artisan in our Upcycle Market contributes a portion of their sales to the Learning Skills Center, where children’s fees are based on family income.   The Learning Skills Center provides students with personalized, therapeautic services that unlock learning potential, encourage intellectual and emotional growth, and empower students of all ages to become lifelong learners.

 

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Upcyle Market welcomes The Cotton Exchange

aaaaaaaaaaa 007We welcome to Tupelo and The Upcycle Market at Building Blocks, Mallie and Jason of The Cotton Exchange. They are a creative couple who make upcycling fun, funky, and practical.  See some of the items at their website http://www.cottonexchangems.com/

follow their blog

http://malliejason.blogspot.com/

 

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Christmas Stockings and Ornaments

Now Showing in our Upcycle Market is just1littleolelady.  She has beautiful Christmas stockings, key keepers, and ornaments.  An etsy seller, we are honored to have her products in Building Blocks.  cstockingAlso take a look at her T-shirt blankets, what a cool idea.

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Thanks MIA exhibitors

 halltreebtween sistershand crafted frames

 

stockings and ornament

elvis tin manThanks to our Made In America Exhibitors for your participation.  Here are the websites for some of these creative people.

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