A Junk Gypsy Family Album

Sisters Amie and Jolie made it famous, but Junk Gypsy is a family business and a passion the whole Sikes clan shares. Get to know this junkin' Texas family.
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Fun-loving sisters Jolie Sikes-Smith and Amie Sikes are the smiling faces of Junk Gypsy.

Like the sign behind them says, the sisters dare to "Dream Big," but they get a lot of help from their family and friends.

Jolie and Amie founded Junk Gypsy in 1998 with their mom, Janie Sikes.

The family patriarch, Phillip Sikes, is always willing to lend a hand.

Besides helping out with the DIY projects, Phillip is also the master chef behind the Junk Gypsy biscuit mix.

Phillip and Janie are big supporters of their daughters and the Junk Gypsy business.

They're not afraid to show their gypsy spirit, quirky clothes and all.

Amie and Jolie decorated their parents' house in Season 1 of Junk Gypsies.

In Season 2, Mom helped to furnish and decorate the new Junk Gypsy Wander Inn.

And Dad helped Amie create a unique piece of art to hang above the fireplace in the Inn.

Jolie's husband, Todd Smith, works in agriculture and mans the grill at family events and outings.

He and Jolie have one son, Cash Baker.

Cash Baker was named after a field at the family farm in Arkansas, and he loves to wear cowboy boots, just like Mom.

True to his family's can-do spirit, Cash Baker is learning to work on a fire truck that was turned into a barbecue smoker.

Phillip always enjoys working with his grandson on DIY projects.

Amie's daughter, Indie, shown here with her uncle Todd, was named for the word "Independent," and Amie says the name suits her daughter perfectly.

A little fashionista, Indie already rocks the Junk Gypsy look, even when climbing trees.

Cash Baker and Indie enjoy spending time crafting with their grandmother.

Under her grandmother’s watchful eye, Indie glues twigs and flowers for a woods-inspired frame project.