Who are the Junk Gypsy sisters?
The Junk Gypsy Company, commonly known as Junk Gypsies because of their HGTV show are a fashion/art/design trio composed of sisters Amie Sikes and Jolie Sikes and their mother, Janie.
What happened to the Junk Gypsy sisters?
Once again, Texas junk is headed to the TV screen. From HGTV to now QVC, Round Top-based Junk Gypsy sisters Amie and Jolie Sikes are taking junk and transforming it into a television empire. Their newest’s project — a collection with shopping network QVC — launches this Thursday, May 27 at 6 pm central.
Where do Junk Gypsies live?
Round Top, Texas
The hippest junk collectors ever – sisters Amie and Jolie Sikes – share secrets on successful flea market picking. Plus, watch as they share project ideas and instructions and give us a tour of their hometown, Round Top, Texas.
What channel does Junk Gypsy come on?
Amie and Jolie Sikes, the Texas trash-to-treasure sister act known in design circles and on Scripps Network’s HGTV as the Junk Gypsies, are again expanding their empire.
How did Junk Gypsy start?
Junk Gypsies. The Junk Gypsies got their start in 1998 when Aimee and her mother, Janie, a flea market devotee, set up a booth at Canton’s First Monday Trade Days to sell stuff they had collected from across Texas. Younger sister Jolie joined them two years later.
What is the difference between a Romanian girl and a gypsy?
Both are naturally gorgeous but they also put a lot of effort in their looks. Romanian girls tend to be darker than other Eastern Europeans. The gypsy community is much larger in Romania, too. There is still a lot of stigma against them, but gypsies are becoming more integrated into Romanian society.
What is life like for girls in Romania?
Romanian girls are raised to be independent. They value education and work hard on building a career. The gold-diggers and aspiring trophy wives are an exception, definitely not the rule. In a typical Romanian family both partners work full-time. Grandparents are usually around to watch the kids. If not, it is daycare for 8 hours every day.
What is it like to be a grandmother in Romania?
Grandparents are usually around to watch the kids. If not, it is daycare for 8 hours every day. This is the family model that Romanian girls grew up with. These fierce females will not expect you to provide while they watch soap operas and get their nails done.
Is it possible to be in love with a Romanian girl?
Not as much, but still yes. Romania, however, remains largely ignored by lovers of all things Eastern Europe. And I am not blaming you, either. Romanian girls are not like other Eastern European women. Granted, they may be similar (or at least more similar than any Western woman could hope to be), but definitely not the same.