Michelle Young, Lebanon, IN, US

Gender: Female

Birthday: 09/19/2019

Member Since: 10/12/2011

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A little Joy

A rusty tray from Goodwill (painted) & a few golden frames bring a little JOY to a corner of the livingroom.

My Steampunk Hat

This hat was made for the Indiana Bead Society's 2010 Bead Challenge. The theme was Steampunk. I used a bicycle sprocket, clock face, clock hands, a clock spring, new & old beads & an old...

Recent comments

Re: You can call me A Horse of a Different Color or a Phony Pony...Just don't CALL ME CRAZY!

How about 734-2787 for a name ( it's "Pegasus" on a phone dial)

Re: You can call me A Horse of a Different Color or a Phony Pony...Just don't CALL ME CRAZY!

talked so much I'm "Horse"

Re: Up-cycled Crosses made from picture frames

quite lovely!!! keep up the good work!

Re: Bowling ball ladybugs

I have a red bowling ball in my stash-thought it would be too plain to just sit it in my garden-guess what it's gonna be! LOVE this!

Re: Vintage Marketplace Comes to Indianapolis!

Can't wait to go!! Gotta love junkin' near home!!

Re: My New Apartment!

Great place! Can't wait to see the "after" shots.

Re: Brass Lamp to Purple Urn

I LOVE this!! so cute!

Re: Faux {Vintage} Metal Stencils

I love those metal stencils but won't pay the price. (Jim, @ my flea market they run about $5 EACH!) I think I'll show them & make my own!

Re: A junky birthday for Miss "G"!

I LOVE these! BTW-my birthday is in October ;) Michelle

Re: Vintage Fringe Tree

I love this!! I have some trim like that- think I'm gonna try something like this. Looks great in your mantle-scape.
Have the Merriest! Michelle



Re: "Just what the Junker ordered"

OOOOOHHH!! Jealous junker here-I want, I want, I want! You lucky,lucky girl!

Re: A Fun Day of Junkin'

I want, I want, I want! Gimmee, gimmee, gimmee! Oops, sorry, jealous junker!;)

Re: The Little Kitchen

I wish my real kitchen was this cute! Great job!!

Re: Neighborhood Junk

Surely we're related by marriage cuz' my husband can't stand when I make roadside acquisitions either. I just tell him "trust me-it'll be great!". He usually agrees after I'm done-why can't he remember that!?!