Monday, June 30, 2008

AMERICAN SHEEP PULL TOY

I love sheep I even collect them check out this one its a sneak peek from the new issue on A Time for Primitives...this is a AMERICAN SHEEP PULL TOY by Keepers of the Past.

Sunday, June 29, 2008

Emma

I love this doll I saw by Old World Primitives last night on A Time for Primitives past works.

Saturday, June 28, 2008

Rootie Tootie Handmade Doll

Check out the navy buttons at the waist and she has ribbed "stockings" and little T-strap shoes. Another great doll by Lucy of Lucy's Lazy Dayz Primitives

Friday, June 27, 2008

What to do with that used wine bottle?

Turn it into a work of art! This was painted by Inez of The Primitive Pineapple.

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Black Annie

I love this 10 inch Annie so little and cute! She was made by Julie of My Raggedy Dolls.

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Hand painted napkin holder

This is a new item for me and its really pretty for spring and summer and there is also a matching utensil holder that goes with it.

Monday, June 23, 2008

Patchwork Santa

My friend Melissa makes the best Santa's! She doesn't use a pattern and she has such a love for Christmas that you see it in everyone of her items she makes. She uses vintage material, buttons and lace anytime she can get her hands on it. Click on the picture to view more of her items but check on her monthly to see more Santa's. Primitive Folk Art by Melissa and Company

Sunday, June 22, 2008

I Want You!

This Uncle Sam makedo that I made was totally made by hand without the use of a sewing machine. He has the traditional pointy finger and is dressed in partiotic colors. He also has the first altered art book of Patriotic Sayings that I attempted. All the partial sayings are on torn parchment paper. There is a little charm on the front of the book that says "Hope". I think he turned out good!

Saturday, June 21, 2008

I've been tagged Again!

Sandra is at it again LOL...I've been tagged...It's the 5 things tag.
5 things... Tag

1. What was I doing 10 years ago- I owned my own salon and had a line of makeup going and a spa product line called Ashlyn Rose.

2. 5 things on the to do list for today-Work on my Wymzee Art Site, finish my items for A Time for Primitives, Water my crispy yard (heat wave here), Call my daughter, feed all 12 of my cats 10 are feral.

3.Snacks I enjoy-Oh wow that's easy...LOL M and M p'nuts and jelly beans!

4.Things I would do if I was a Billionaire-Take everyone I know to Walt Disney World and help a under priviledged family.

5. Places I have lived-Visalia, California, Monterey, California... Rancho Cordova, Caifornia and here... El Dorado Hills, CA ...that's it !

Tag you are it...
I tag: Robyn of The Motherlode Toad Factory & Julie of My Raggedy Dolls

FABULOUS SHABBY WHITE PILLAR CANDLE HOLDERS

Wonderful mosaic Candle holders by Grindstone Mountain Mosaics. Aren't these great? Click on the picture to see more of her wonderful items.

Friday, June 20, 2008

Lily Paige

Isn't she cute? This Teddy was done by Swan Valley Bears! I love bears!

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Chicken N Eggs

What a crack up (a little play on words)! Look at these chickens by David of Chicken Lips. I got one and put him in a miniature cast iron frying pan in my kitchen! I thought I would drop from laughing so hard what a sense of humor he has and it shows up in his work too. Made my day!

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Olde Cedar Moth Bags

I found these wonderfully fragrant moth bags to protect my woolies and thought I'd share them with you! Graphics are printed onto heavy muslin, stitched into little 7" by 5" bags and aged to a wonderful deep dark finish by Denise of Sassafras Hill Primitives.

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Famous Quote

And in the end it's not the years in your life that count. It is the life in your years.Abraham Lincoln

Star, Flag and Crow Soap

I have to do this again...I love the soap that Inez of the Primitive Pineapple paints. I have been buying it for years now and enjoy the detail she puts on every bar. I have soap for every occassion its fantastic and the compliments I get are wonderful!

Monday, June 16, 2008

Whimsical Americana Flag

This is a whimsical primitive flag painted on a cork board and put it in a 4 x 6 size mini wooden black frame by Sandra of Babycakes Doodles and Designs. Click on the picture to see more of her art work.

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Americana Lamp Arrangement

This arrangement stands a tall 12 inches and was made in a cheesebox. There are lots of goodies in it and a flicker lamp.

Saturday, June 14, 2008

Let Freedom Ring Windchime

All of you have to have one of these for your garden, they sound wonderful and were handmade and painted by Momma B's Front Porch!

Friday, June 13, 2008

I am Siamese if you please kitty

Oh my gosh more blue eyes! Look at this hand painted cat! For a cat lover this has got to be it. Wonderful work by Melissa and Company.

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Bodacious Bouquet

No Green Thumb required for this gorgeous bouquet made by the Motherlode Toad Factory

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Quilted Americana Stitchery

This Stitchery is pieced and lightly quilted red and blue homespun fabrics, then there was added a quilted muslin center with stitched stars and the saying,' Proud to be an American'. I love this Stitchery by Helena of Snow Pond Primitives

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Vintage Bottle Collection

Wonderfully whimsical olde time bottles using vintage 6 – 7” flasks, okay so they aren't the colors I was going for but I love them anyway! Made by Denise of Sassafras Hill Primitives.

Monday, June 9, 2008

Gasoline Prices

I think it would be fun to find out the different gasoline prices in your area. So what was the cost last fill up? $4.35 here in Northern California

Huge Antique Crock Candle

Ah the smell of "COUNTRY BERRY HOTCAKES" in the morning, or afternoon or anytime you walk into a room. Yummmmm This is one HUGE candle! Great for lovers of the country or primitive way of decorating! Handpoured by Lucky Star Mercantile and she has some really kewl rusty containers too. Check them out by clicking on the picture!

Sunday, June 8, 2008

Gracie

This doll looked very vintage to me so I thought I would add her to my collection. She has a blue frock of vintage cotton lawn fabric and her shoes of the softest leather and under garments of 100% cotton. This designer has been in the business for many years too and never uses a pattern.

Saturday, June 7, 2008

America, My Country Tis of Thee Box

Here is a very kewl primitive box, in a Patriotic Theme made by Kathy of Out on a Whim. Click on the picture to go check out more of her really nice items.

Friday, June 6, 2008

I think I am in Love!

Look at that Teddy's Blue Eyes are they not gorgeous? I love this bear by Patty of Swan Valley Bears. If you click on the picture you can go see more of them.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Roly Poly Sam

Okay this is great! A Roly Poly 25 inch Uncle Sam Pattern so you can make your own. I love it! This is by Lucy of Lucy's Lazy Dayz Primitives. Check it out! Goes really good with my patriotic theme I have started this month right?

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Colonial plate/bowl rack

Look what I found! Over on the website A Time for Primitives you can get this rack in linen white, country tan, mustard yellow, lamp black, Williamsburg blue and soldier blue. 35" long x 12" tall x 10" deep. I think this fits my theme this month dont you?

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Mosaic Birdhouse

Is this not a gorgeous piece? I love this and it has blue in it so it fits right?
You can see more of Janets wonderful work she does by clicking on the picture!

Sunday, June 1, 2008

Hand Carved Uncle Sam Driftwood Pin

It measures approx 3" and is hand carved from a piece of driftwood that was painted, sealed, antiqued and sealed again by Helena of Snowpond Primitives. I thought this was a great item for my red white and blue month.
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