philadelphia home show: family style
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Yesterday, I attended my first home show thanks to winning 4 VIP tickets to the Philadelphia Home Show from my friend Darla, organizer extraordinaire and owner of Heartwork Organizing. Originally, I planned to bring one child with me and spend a few hours at the Home Show. Alas, my plan was foiled, and I ended up with 2 sidekicks. Fortunately, we found plenty of things to do and see at the Home Show to make it fun for them. Me, I’m headed back on Saturday, pending the snow, to see Darla and Denise of The Painted Home do their presentations. Squee!
My kids know I heart all things thrifted. Which is why our first stop was the Habitat for Humanity Upcycle Challenge.
This upcycled mirror – yes, it was a big hit.
We found these cool lights across from the Habitat for Humanity Upcycle Challenge. They come as kits or can be assembled in 5 minutes at the show. Unfortunately, they were only available at the show.
What’s not to like about a robot that can clean a pool?
The Bright Light Room was the BEST part of the Home Show for the kids. Starting with a completely white room, adults and kids were given a sheet of stickers to place ANYWHERE they wanted in the room.
If you go
Philadelphia Home Show
Pennsylvania Convention Center
Exhibition Hall A
12th & Arch Streets
(across from Reading Terminal Market)
Discount Parking Coupon for Convention Center Parking Garage
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