Monday, May 9, 2011

Junking from J to K, and Everything In Between!

I have my second speaking gig!  Seriously!  And I have to say, I'm quite excited.  The first one,  a few months ago, was at a local thrift store.  And I guess it went so well, I was asked to do it again.  This time at The Loft on 2nd in Anoka, MN.  So if you're not busy on Thursday, May 12, from 6-7 pm, I'd love you to come on down and join me!  And it's all free!

What will I be taking about?  Why "Junk" of course.  My  topic, "Junking from J to K and Everything In Between" will hopefully inspire and entertain you with some of my experiences of taking what some would call "junk", and transforming them into amazing decorating accents. You'll also be able to spend time with other fellow "Junkers", and learn how you too can save money and be "green" at the same time.

The Loft on 2nd is located at 2005 2nd Ave, Anoka, Minnesota. Their phone number is 763.208-0589. For additional info head on over to their website at  I'd be thrilled to have you join us!

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Tricia @ Vintage No. 35 said...

That is great! Wish I was closer because I would love to come!

Jan@southernjunkin' said...

What a great topic! It's close to my heart too! Have a wonderful time!

La Dee Da Design said...

I'll be there!

Julie Pierce, Owner of The Loft on 2nd said...

We are very excited to have you share your wealth of knowledge and creativity with our customers. TKS Lanette!

Zane Wooder said...

Nothing beats learning how take junk and make it into beautiful pieces of art.

-Zane of ontario honey

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