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Jun 19

Under Pressure: See New Additions to the Junk Gypsy Store


Amie and Jolie Sikes are ready to tackle the junk!

The Junk Gypsy store survived opening week, but not without a few scars. An almost empty store means business is booming, but it also means Amie and Jolie need to go junk hunting again. With only 24 hours to find new pieces, Gypsyfy the junk and redecorate the store, the Gypsies rely on the help of friends and family to get the job done. Archie Allen gave Great American Country a sneak peek yesterday of some “redneck engineering” happening in the Junk Gypsy store.

Finding junk and turning it into unique home decor is what the Junk Gypsies do best. In Thursday’s episode, Amie and Jolie transform a dilapidated dresser into a bathroom vanity, and old, wire lampshades become glittered-feather chandeliers. After a busy 24 hours, the Sikes family relaxes with a campfire under the Texas stars.

Tune in tonight at 9/8c on Great American Country to see if they can pull it off!


Projects like this lampshade have become bestsellers in the store.

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Be sure to get the on-air code to enter the Watch & Win ‘Get Junky With It’ Sweepstakes for a chance to win $5,000 every Thursday in June, starting at 8/7c. Plus, tweet along with us as you watch the season two premiere using the hashtag #JunkGypsies… you could score some Junk Gypsy swag!

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Posted at 10:58 am, June 19, 2014 | Permalink

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