Item description for Good Things from Tag Sales and Flea Markets: Good Things with Martha Stewart Living by Martha Stewart Living Magazine...
Want to make the most of secondhand bargains? Good Things from Tag Sales and Flea Markets teaches you not only how to shop vintage sales with confidence---where to find them, what to bring, how to spot a good deal, and more---but also how to transform newfound treasures into decorative, useful objects. Convert a pharmacy funnel into a gorgeous lamp, for example, or turn wooden shutters into an airy cabinet. With step-by-step instructions and color photographs to guide you through dozens of projects, this latest volume in the Good Things series will revitalize your shopping habits, your decorating decisions, and, most of all, your home.
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Studio: Clarkson Potter
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.86" Width: 9" Height: 0.34" Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Release Date May 31, 2002
Publisher Potter Craft
ISBN 0609808885 ISBN13 9780609808887
Availability 0 units.
More About Martha Stewart Living Magazine
MARTHA STEWART LIVING magazine was first published in 1990. Since then, more than two dozen books have been published by the magazine s editors. MARTHA STEWART is the author of dozens of bestselling books on cooking, entertaining, gardening, weddings, and decorating. She is the host of "The Martha Stewart Show, " the popular daily syndicated television show."
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Reviews - What do customers think about Good Things from Tag Sales and Flea Markets: Good Things with Martha Stewart Living?
Fantastic book! Jan 19, 2003
I know Martha Stewart has had bad press lately but her ideas are still pretty cool (plus this book was from a few years ago). I'm having a blast with this book because I love to go antiquing and looking for stuff to make things with. Granted, you may not find the extact items she uses but you can certainly find the same general items (e.g. egg cups, button covers, vintage fabrics). I really like how the book is laid out in terms of glass, textiles, etc. Also, she has tips for caring and cleaning different types of items which is great since you generally need to clean things that you find at flea markets etc. The ideas are all really neat and really they are easy to do. Five stars all around from me. The ideas I've gotten from this book have really spawned my creativity to make other sorts of things too. Lots of fun!
Very thin & not very helpful Jan 10, 2003
Try Second-Hand Style: Finding and Renewing Antique Treasures or Decorating With Flea Market Finds or Flea Market Decorating (Better Homes and Gardens Books). I love these three books.
Pretty good if this is your thing Dec 23, 2002
I have never seen some of those things available when I've done some scrounging, but the ideas to use them are pretty interesting. My favorite is the linen cabinet made from the shutter doors; you'd have to see it to understand what I mean. Having met a man who is into collecting, I thought we could use it, but so far, not. Thumb through it, see if it's for you.