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I get asked so often… “Where is your store?”

Truth be told, I don’t have a store. I’m just a blogger creating inside my home, located in a wee little town in British Columbia, Canada.

So! I am in the process of finishing up some ebooks on a variety of topics. And I do have some thoughts of selling things online….

So please check back periodically as I update this blog section.

Thank-you for your interest in purchasing something Funky Junk like!

Coming soon!

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  1. Good Evening

    Where are you located. Do you have any gunny sack backs/burlap sacks left I would like three, I live in Agassiz. Please email me.

    Thanks

    Wendy

  2. Wendy, IAMAPINNER2….that is how I came across your website. Love your style and your words are powerful. Most of all I like you are true to you! Look forward to seeing and shopping on your site. We have 6 inches of snow in Minnesota….how’s that for Spring.

  3. Love this website! I have been crafting like crazy over the last few years. I just this week found Annie Sloan paint. I believe after finishing my first product with in hours of my first can she will be one of my new addictions. I have enjoyed seeing all of the wonderful things you have created and it had lead me straight to my garage with a plan to my grandparents farm! Spring in Oregon has giving me the creating bug.
    Thank you for sharing all of your fabulous inspirations.

  4. HI Donna, what a wonderful website-to-be! I found you on Pinterest under ‘How to make ‘old’ signs. I look forward to reading your blob & shopping, etc. Annie

  5. In LOve with everything I see here!!!
    Moss!!! Love LOVE the moss items. Do you sell or tell how to make these things? Where are you located? Great photography by the way.
    Stacey

    • Hi Stacey!

      Anything you see on my blog all has links to the original sources. If you read a blog post carefully, you will see live links that lead back to their tutorials.

      All the moss creations you are talking about do the same thing. Click on the links and you will be creating in no time!

  6. Hi Donna,
    Love your stuff! Do you have a physical location and where are you located?
    Thank you for sharing all your lovely found stuff redoes!
    Diane

    • Hey Diane! I live in British Columbia, Canada, but I’m not a storefront. I’m just a blogger doing my thang in my own home. I’ve changed up the post above to better reflect that info. Thanks for the heads up… that was needed! :)

  7. Love your stuff !! I saw Barn Stars, do you make them I need BIG ONES !! and some smaller ones for a high wall in our log home. I would love to make them myself if you have a pattern or will sell a pattern :) Ayway I get so excited seeing your stuff, I’m just the same !!!!! so great and your so close . I live in Mission ( Silverdale )
    thanks Margaret

  8. Morning -Just found your great site and read how to make an old sign and your crate stairs. Love em! You mentioned an ebook – with details? Is that available – if so – sign me up. Thanks for sharing your creative talents. PS – found you from the Graphics Fairy -what a talented goup of ladies!! Thanks, Toni

  9. You mention that you have a stenciling kit. Where is it; how much is it; can I buy it (can you tell I’m eager to create some signs too)?

    Awaiting your answer in Ottawa with old barn boards just a stones-throw away.

    P.S,: I love the design of your site. Did you design it yourself?

    Wanda

    • Wanda, so sorry for my procrastination. The ebook on Making Old Signs is not yet complete. Re: the blog design, I took pictures of it, then had artist Bethany via B Spoke put it all together and guru Josh Leuze code it. It takes a village… haha!

  10. Donna, I like your stuff and your web site.
    I was wondering who did you site and who does your hosting?
    I am considering doing something similar to your site.
    I pretty cool and down to earth.

    Thanks Collier

    • Hey Collier! My site was totally custom built from scratch. I dreamed up what I wanted my site to look like, then took photos of the elements you see and sent it to my designer B Spoke. She further enhanced and designed the elements and she had her guru Josh Leuze upload it into a workable WordPress blog.

      I’m currently hosted by WE Engine.

  11. are you currently selling the burlap coffee bean sack window shades?

    i’m in the U.S….found you on pinterest ;)

    thanks,
    angela

  12. Oh My I LOVE everything you do. So happy I found your site. Looking forward to logging in everyday. Thank you for a breath of fresh air.

  13. i found your site off another one but would like to see what you come up with… thanks for sharing ideas.

  14. Where did you find your cornucopia wicker basket! Love Love Love that idea! Have a pretty large space to cover.

  15. I can’t WAIT for your on-line shop to be open. :-)
    I admire your creativity and get sooooo much inspiration from the projects you share!
    THANK YOU FOR SHARING!!!!
    VICKI
    NW Arkansas

  16. Great site! Love your ideas with the wood pallets and windows! I too have just discovered Annie Sloan paint over the past few months and have been a painting crazy woman! I have had so much fun….along with your site the ideas are endless! Thank you!!

  17. Hi Donna,
    I’m so jealous of the Canadian and American Junkers!
    You have so much interesting junk over there.
    I love your website and it sparks my creativeness every time I see it, thankyou.
    Here, “down under”, I can’t seem to get my hands on much great junk, oh, well, I’ll keep looking.
    Keep up the good work, Donna!

    Greetings from Australia, Jane.

  18. I LOVE your blog and so many of your projects! I too live in a wee town in British Columbia and am always excited to hear of places you have “junked” that I could actually go to! So much of the time other bloggers are so far removed from our locale that in my lifetime I would never get to visit all their fantastic “sources” You had a post on quite awhile ago with a tall metal rack with metal bins in it that was fantastic and I have long looked for one like it (to no avail) It was sold when you saw it but where was that fantastic “store” located?
    Keep up the great work and plethora of wonderful junking ideas!!

  19. Just found your wonderful site and you have made some very amazing things. I was wondering if you made the twig garland on the tree’s in the black box? Such a great idea. I would forgo a real tree to get this look anytime.

  20. Luv your stuff. I live not far from you in white rock. Was out your way today looking at the gandma and grumpa’s place. I do what you do, but you seem more prolific. Go Girl Thanks for the inspiration, patti

  21. Hey Donna,

    Follow your blog and am always amazed at your creativity. While walking my dogs, have come across this old truck hood (probably 1950′s)at an abandoned farm – any thoughts on something cool to do with it- I wish I could get it to you, I know you would do something cool…

  22. I love your stuff. I must confess I have the junk bug too and I’ve always loved to think outside the box for the purpose of getting long life out of materials. I love old things in fact I bought an old 1910 Victorian house that my husband lovingly call our money pit. keep on doing what you do and i’ll keep up here in Corning CA.

  23. please keep me in the loop..would love to know when ur book is available cuz not only am I a junk junkie but I love books too!

  24. Please include me in your list for your shop when it gets going. I am so excited to see your talents for sale!!! WOOHOO <3

  25. Hey Girlfriend, I thought i was the only one who loved junk and junking….thought there was something wrong with me and now I know I’m not alone. You are such an inspiration. You have given me some ideas as to what to do with stuff I’ve collected over the years. Keep it up my friend.
    By the way, I live below you in the great state of Virginia, USA.

    Happy Winter,
    Lois

  26. Hi Donna,
    I discovered your blog through Pinterest. I realized that the pins I liked kept saving were all from you! I love re-making my garage sale finds, family hourded antiques and finding new ways to display them. My Country Junk style is nothing like any of my friends, so they all think I am nuts! Thank you for the inspiration!
    Tracey

  27. Looking for your ebook on making your own stencils??
    LOVE your stairs, signs….well everything!! Great work!!
    Let me know when your ebook will be available….please?!!

  28. Thanks Donna for your great site. This is right up my alley. We are always looking for junk to repurpose. I love the look. Can’t wait to explore some more.
    Nancy in Pennsylvania

  29. I just love all the things you have made and hoping your items will be up for sale !!! I love the desk made with the saw horses, wood pallet,ladder. where or how did you create the large white shelving/back drop !! I want to re-create the desk, love it !! i can’t tell the white piece that will hold files/more it came from a storage facility ??

    Thanks so much,
    Linda

  30. Hello Donna, what a wonderful website-to-be! I found you on Pinterest and follow you on Facebook. I love your ideas and all the wonders you create! Wish your store was going to be here………can’t wait for a website to shop.

    Continued health and happiness to you, Lynda

  31. I LOVE the crate stairs. I thought I read you would have the stencils available. Where would I find them? I would love to do this on our unfinished stairs.

  32. I love love love your staircase. PLEASE if you sell these stencils I want to be the first customer. So darling. I need to do this on my wooden stairs going to the basement.
    Hope to hear from you,
    Mary Ann

  33. I love your stuff! I can’t wait to try to make some of your ideas! Let me know when you open your store!

  34. Donna,

    WOW WOW WOW! I went online looking at rock gardens and somehow landed on your page. To say I’m impressed is an understatement. I want to completely revamp my place and go yard sale grunging. Thank you for being so creative and inspirational. You are truly gifted!