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Art work from members of the Philadelphia Dumpster Divers Lots of inspiration here.....
http://www.unexpectedphila.com/#!/portfolio/C0000BOcV1wh0URM/G0000h30BCjRsawk

I've not been able to copy an image to post here though.
 
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I especially like the dolls!
 
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Tyler Ludens wrote:I especially like the dolls!



I do too! I loved looking at all of the creative ideas, and at the same time my more practical side saw them as 'dust catchers'...nice in someone else's home
 
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Judith Browning wrote: at the same time my more practical side saw them as 'dust catchers'...nice in someone else's home



I have one small room ( a bathroom) devoted to display of crafts of that nature, which I obtain through swapping on Craftster. That keeps the dust problem to a minimum.

 
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