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The Poor Porker is a New Site Dedicated to DIY Upcycling on a Budget

by , 03/19/12

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The Poor Porker a rising DIY portal for the crafty, creative, and self-reliant “trash into treasure” aficionado. Founded in 2012 by eco-friendly duo Robyn and Jarrid, the site features new ways to recycle and build useful stuff and save money by using reclaimed materials. Whether you’re redesigning a small space on a tight budget, partaking in hipster dumpster-diving or recycling the old to bring in the new and cool, The Poor Porker is a neat beacon for all things DIY.

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