TheWildRoses

The Wild Roses

Rimouski, Canada · 391 Sales

TheWildRoses

The Wild Roses

Rimouski, Canada 391 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Announcement   Vintage Linens, Housewares, Jewelry, Collectibles and Clothing, Sea Glass, New Earrings, Upcycled Clothes, Heritage Recipes, Supplies, Charms and Beads. Please use the shop sections on the left to navigate the shop.

You'll find great gift ideas here at The Wild Roses: vintage napkins, crocheted doilies, housewares, sweaters and earrings, upcycled or rebuilt clothing, small woodworking pieces from upcycled pallet & driftwood, messenger & tote bags from recycled textiles. I also offer new earrings and beachcombing treasures like sea glass, driftwood, rusty nails, bones and seashells. In Supplies, you will see beads & charms & clothing ready for upcycling,

I wish you all happy Etsy browsing... but remember to take enough time to smell ... The Wild Roses!

Want to ask me a question, request a gift certificate or leave a comment, click here:
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Announcement

Vintage Linens, Housewares, Jewelry, Collectibles and Clothing, Sea Glass, New Earrings, Upcycled Clothes, Heritage Recipes, Supplies, Charms and Beads. Please use the shop sections on the left to navigate the shop.

You'll find great gift ideas here at The Wild Roses: vintage napkins, crocheted doilies, housewares, sweaters and earrings, upcycled or rebuilt clothing, small woodworking pieces from upcycled pallet & driftwood, messenger & tote bags from recycled textiles. I also offer new earrings and beachcombing treasures like sea glass, driftwood, rusty nails, bones and seashells. In Supplies, you will see beads & charms & clothing ready for upcycling,

I wish you all happy Etsy browsing... but remember to take enough time to smell ... The Wild Roses!

Want to ask me a question, request a gift certificate or leave a comment, click here:
http://www.etsy.com/conversations/new?with_id=14048004

Darcy Robb

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Darcy Robb

About

How the Wild Roses grew ...

From the wild prairie roses of my youth, to the wild roses that grow along the rocky shores of the St-Lawrence, roses have always been in my life, and now in this Etsy shop.

Introduced to Etsy by my crafty daughter, I realized that Etsy might be just what I was looking for. This is where I can share some of the items and projects that occasionally take over my life and space.

Finally, the inflatable life raft is out of my basement as a result of assembling family energies. The raft was rescued from the dumpster, where it was headed because it had outlived its useful lifespan. Salvaged pieces include straps, black rubber, orange and blue sailcloth. You can see some of these in my shop.

Another project accomplished was the dismantling of 6 huge wooden crates that carried the metal sheet roofing for our house. Fantastic material for projects present and future! But the horrible occurred - this pile of amazing wood was STOLEN from our yard over the Thanksgiving weekend in early October!

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  • Darcy

    Owner, Maker, Designer

    I am a DIYer, and have been since my childhood on the Canadian prairies. Settled now for more than 20 years in a maritime, French-speaking city, I am always looking for new projects to take on.

Shop policies

Last updated on August 20, 2014
TheWildRoses is a place where I can show my treasures. Some of the treasures are handmade out of salvaged resources (driftwood, sea glass, pallet wood, fabric remnants, discarded clothing, obsolete hardware, etc.). Others are my own which I have decided to part with. And of course, there are the many treasures I gather at the seashore and offer in their original condition: sea glass, driftwood, shells, even whale bones.

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Accepted payment methods

Payment
I am happy to receive your payment by way of Paypal.
Shipping
As soon as your payment clears with Paypal, I'll start the packing & shipping process.

I always ship standard delivery by Canada Post. Approximate shipping time is 6 -18 business days within North America. Depending on where you live and if it's the holiday season, it can take longer. In addition, sometimes packages get held up in customs.

Please note: there is no tracking number with this mail service except within Canada. Once I put it in the mailbox, it's literally out of my hands, and we must both leave it up to CanadaPost, USPS and the customs officers. This service is reliable, though on occasion takes longer than expected. If you prefer a faster method, just let me know and I will find it for you.
Refunds and Exchanges
If you are unsatisfied with your item, or if it arrives damaged, you can return it to me and I will refund you.
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