Hi Blog Friends,
As promised, I have some pics of the craft items I’ve been working on this week. I didn't get as much done as I had hoped though. I went to the doctors about this cyst on my side fully expecting him to remove it but he couldn't because it is infected and man does it hurt! I have to take antibiotics for 10 days then go back. I hate taking antibiotics they always seem to make me feel yuckier!( Oh, an the spot on my arm, the Doc said is an age spot!! I said AGE SPOT, are you kidding me!! He said that’s what happens as you age, some people are lucky and don’t get them; others get them really bad. He tried to make me feel better by asking how old I am, and complemented me by saying I really did not look that old!( Thanks Doc…..
Well, on to some pic’s of the crafts. Most of the things I am making are for Fall and Halloween. I can’t wait to start making Christmas and Winter items; I love making snowmen the most.
Here are some large witch boots. I used vintage white porcelain buttons on these and filled the top with florals I found at GW.
Look at this little pumpkin girl. She turned out so cute. She was created from a pattern in the October 2010 issue of Create & Decorate. Gabby Gourd, by Kim Grasso.
Here’s a sweet Witch Annie I created from a pattern by Homespun from the Heart. Very easy to make.
New pattern I purchased from My Primitive saltbox. They are having a pattern sale on their website. All patterns are $2 each!! This is Kat and Jax. Very easy pattern and fun to make.
This is a prim black cat and plump pumpkin duo. I used vintage pearl buttons for the eyes. I just love how this one turned out!
Meet Louie & Pete! This was a free pattern from Olde Rustic Prims. A cute little black cat named Louie playing with his friend Pete the mouse.
This scarecrow turned out much cuter than I thought he would. It was a free pattern from Crafty Ole Crow. I have a ton of these old spindle spools I purchased a few years back at a yard sale. I could never figure out what to do with them, but seeing how you all here on the net create things as make-do’s I now know what to do with them.
Very cute bowl fillers – Frost on the Pumpkin pattern by Pineing for you prim collectibles. I got this at Prim Mart in the free pattern section. click here to go to that page. Some great free patterns!!
And look at these adorable little Annie's! I loved making these, they are simple and quick to make. It was another free pattern I found on the net. It is by Countin’ Crows and the pattern is called Annie 4 Sale. Sorry I can’t find the link for this one.
I could spend all day surfing the web for free patterns. There are so many generous designers out there and I truly appreciate there generosity. Try surfing sometime, you to can find all kinds of neat things.
Gotta get back to work, and my side is killing me:(
Don’t forget to watch for the drawing of my prim fall giveaway on September 1st!!
Prim Blessings, and have a great weekend.