Monday, February 23, 2009

My Wild Woman Wand

I recently made a Wild Woman Wand for Nancye's Art Dolls and thought you might like to see it. Made of paper clay on a stick mine is embellished with material from an old flapper dress, vintage jewelry and peacock feathers from my wonderful "Sweetie" (you can see him all the way at the bottom of this blog). He also comes in real handy when you need a feather. I use it as a plant stake LOL.

Saturday, February 21, 2009

Sunflower Painted Doodle

Here is an example of a black and white doodle pattern that has been painted. What can you use a doodle for? It's a pattern that comes to you in the form of a pdf file in black and white. You can print it out and paint it, use it for an iron on, use it as a stitchery pattern and if you are a graphic artist you can use it in a banner, on a tag or even bring it to life like Carm of Shweet Potato Designs has often done with Sandra's Doodles. There are so many different ways to use a Babycakes Doodles and Designs pattern...the amount of ways are endless. Visit us soon to see more of the Doodles on Skunk Hollow Country Store. There are even some free ones to down load.

Monday, February 16, 2009

This is a gorgeous painting by Cara Zietz. You can bid on it on ebay right now. Its a fall painting of
"Petrifying Springs" park in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Marilyn Bunroe

Here's a cute 13 inch Marilyn Bunroe Bunny that comes with a basket full of handpicked veggies. You can get her on etsy...she's just waiting for you.

Sunday, February 8, 2009

Bunny Pattern

Here is a really cute pair...looks like the bigger bunny is showing the smaller one his flower. Great as an Easter sit around. This pattern is available in pdf form or as a paper pattern on Skunk Hollow Country Store.

Monday, February 2, 2009

Strawberries

Here is a great pattern for some strawberries by Starry Nites Farm. You can get it in either a paper pattern sent to you or an instant download E Pattern at Skunk Hollow Country Store.
“It takes a lot of courage to show your dreams to someone else.”

Erma Bombeck

In memory of Sheryl

In memory of Sheryl
and those who died on 9/11

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