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Spirit of Christmas Bazaar News
. . . Calling all Thrifty Shoppers!
Making items to sell at the “Spirit of Christmas Bazaar” held each year in November at ILC is an enjoyable task for most crafters, but the ex-pense of purchasing brand new craft supplies can be a little daunting. With a little imagination, a thrifty crafter can visualize interesting pro-jects that can be made from old stuff.
Whether you like to browse through garage sales, the local antique stores, flea markets, thrift shops, or rummage sales, you can find plenty of inexpensive items that can be repurposed into something fun and useful.
If you need a little help imagining what that dusty old piece of furniture could potentially be, use the Internet to search using terms such as: thrift store crafts | crafts from recycled items | upcycled crafts | repurposed project ideas | trash to treasure crafts
Looking at the pictures below, see if you can identify the following repurposed items. Can you find the knife block, a picture frame, a TV console, old books, a cardboard box, an end table, a wooden crate, food jars, child’s bed, and a fishing rod holder?
Women’s Donations 2019!
Click below for a list of donations from the 2018 rummage sale funds and 2018 bazaar funds. A total of $12,000 was allocated. Funds were allocated 30% to Global Missions and 70% to Local Missions, $3,600.00 and $8,400 respectively.