Once Upon A Curb

North Richland Hills, Texas · 79 Sales


Once Upon A Curb

North Richland Hills, Texas 79 Sales On Etsy since 2012

5 out of 5 stars

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Last updated on Aug 11, 2016

Smile because you're awesome!

Amanda Hanes

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Amanda Hanes

Hanging/Candle lights/Rustic/Palm Tree's/
Vintage/Lee/Denim/Jean Skirt/Size 7-8
ViNTAge TrUCKs / V8 / Mens Print Button Down
The Sak / Crossbody / Purse / Bag / Really Cute!
Vintage Glass / Bottles / Green Glass / Coca-Cola
PrEttY in PaiSLEY Woman's stylish dress
It'S ComPLiCatED... Penguin Polo Shirt
Marvel Mad Engine / T Shirt / Black / Adult
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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars

ruthmiller7 on Feb 24, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

I love the color blue....... the design is awesome. and it's dolphins! it's too pretty for photos, will just have it as a display!

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Totally awesome Chicago Blackhawks jacket!! Shop for it now. Ox

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Don't spend too much time worried about things you can not change. Ox

I have this reckless love for getting things off the curb. I am very passionate about other peoples trash and I am a habitual offender of trash digging. My love for antiques and vintage items have me on a irreversible path of irresponsibly thrift store shopping and estate sale attending. I'm an "old things" junkie. Ultimately I seek to use my creativity to inspire and make others smile. My shop allows me to be me. This is my true passion and who I am. I love the story behind each and every piece that I get my hands on. Everyday I strive to be the very best version of me, and love to spread the message of Art in any form. 1 Corinthians 13:4-8


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  • Amanda Kay Hanes

    Owner, Creator, Designer

    Growing up poor, with 3 sisters. Mom often reused a lot of things. All four girls often shared the same bedroom, sometimes we may have slept in the same bed, sometimes I remember having our own mattress strategically placed in one bedroom. As we got older, I remember having two sets of bunk beds, still in the same room. We didn't have much, but we had each other. I can't remember ever going shopping for school clothes until we were old enough to have some sort of say in what we liked. Mom took us shopping at Thrift-town. It may not have been brand new, but it was brand new to us. We didn't know any better, and we were thankful. This is a tradition I have also been able to share with my children. They absolutely LOVE thrift store shopping. We find some of the coolest things. They realize we can get twice as many items for the price of one or two brand new items. It's such a great pass time on the weekends.

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