I am a true primitive lover. I instantly fall in love with warmth and history of old primitive pieces. love to go to garage sales and auctions to look for treasures to add to our old farmhouse. I specialize in creating primitive stitcheries, seasonal and repurposed items.
Well, I finally finished my decorating....almost. There is still a pile of "homeless" things sitting out. If I don't find a spot for them tonight, it's back in the box until next year. I do know that when I pack up things this year, I am going to seriously clean house. There are decorations in those boxes that I look at and think I will never use again. Time to move them on to someone who will really love them.
That's it. I hope you all are getting things about all wrapped up for the season so you can take some time to enjoy your family, friends and beautiful decorations around you. Take care and thanks for stopping by.
Just wanted to share pics of my outdoor decorating. It all looks so plain without the nice, white blanket of snow many of you are receiving. I guess you will just have to use your imagination!!
I still don't have inside things up yet although I keep trying to plug away at it. We made 2 batches of homemade caramels yesterday. Luckily my kids like to wrap them because I don't. Many more goodies on the list to make.
Great news!! I have been accepted into Early Work Mercantile. I will begin this wonderful journey starting January 1. What a great way to start a new year. Please stop by and visit all of the fabulous artists. They are truly inspiring.
My girls each received a blinking Christmas bracelet from their Grandma. Emily decided JoJo needed a bit of Chrismtas spirit so she put in on her. She has too much fur to see it, but the blinking lights showed up. Doesn't she look so festive.
Make a Pillow from a Finished Applique
*Do you have a finished applique *
*that you thought you might frame, and didn't?*
*That's the story behind this gorgeous gift from *
*my good friend Cee of ...