Hi blog friends,
The suns shining and it's a beautiful day!
We've had some much needed rain here in the valley, the past few days.
So I got busy trying to get some more things finished for the selling booths.
These are very simple 1812 Prairie Dolls,
pattern by The Primitive Pear.
Charlette and her Sunflower,
pattern by Threadbare Primitives.
I omitted the heart on her dress ~
and now looking at her, I think she needs a few buttons down her dress.
Note to self~ add buttons. Lol.
Here we have Mirabell and her melon.
another pattern by Threadbare Primitives.
Still need to add button eyes and some embellishments, but you get the idea.
This little cutey just spoke to my heart as I was making her, so she will be staying with me. Smiles.
They are all made from a pattern by Drakestone Primitives Country Cabin.
They are suppose to be black seed bag dolls,
but I did a few with strawberry emries and some just aged.
Large primitive pear~ much larger than I thought they'd be, but I do love them.
Pattern by Tennessee Ridge Primitives.
Bee and lady bug bowl fillers.
The small bee is from a pattern by Threadbare Primitives,
The large bee is a pattern by Kentucky Primitives,
and the ladybug is of my own design.
And I wanted to share my find at the flea market this past weekend.
This beautiful stoneware bowl.
It was only $1.99!
Tried to get a pic of the age cracks, but it's hard to see in the pic.
So, there you have it! More things accomplished, but I have even more to finish this week.
Thank you for stopping by to see what I've been up to.
Time flies when your having fun!
Hope you are having fun in what ever your doing!