You only have four more days remaining to enter my giveaway for the wool cell phone, camera, IPod sleeve so be sure to get your name in the basket if you haven't already done so!! As mine winds down a new HUGE Giveaway will begin on March 1st! So far 17 members of this new Etsy teamhave donated an item and imagine the excitement to have all these items arrive on your doorstep in separate boxes...... it will be like Christmas! What will the postman think!?!?! Here is the PAFA Blogwhere you can enter on March 1st so get it bookmarked, become a follower and watch for the entry post! Here is my donation..... a newly designed primitive pillow pocket with dried sweet annie and flax stems! I also donated the pattern for this "treasure" to an online magazine which will be coming out soon. Plus............. I have 5 other designs I will be making patterns for that will be available next week! Have a great day everyone and Good Luck!!!
I've been playing in wax!!! This is something I never tried before and finding out it can be a little messy but the end result is well worth it! I just love the blackened beeswax look! I was fortunate enough to find a local beekeeper who can supply me with the raw beeswax! I clean, dye, pour and spice them up! Well..... my husband has been a little bored since the cold weather set in so he has been helping! I found some of the most wonderful colonial looking molds from Sharon of Homespun Heart Primitiveswhich really got me interested in making these for my craft shows! Also using some soap molds my mom had and found some antique looking candy molds of bunnies! Here are some pictures of what I have made up so far! These are little 3" bunnies that I was able to put a rusted wire hanger on so you can hang them on a tree or they do stand alone.
This is a 6" Easter bunny which will stand alone! A Pineapple Ornie measuring about 2 1/2"! A Willow Tree! A Prairie Doll!I have more wonderful molds on the way so be on the look out! If interested in any of these let me know! They look so cute hanging on a twig tree, cupboard knob or peg board! Have a great day!!!
Welcome to my little spot on the web! I hope you find my journal interesting and please check back often! Not many days go by that I'm not creating something. My husband makes the most wonderful wooden items for me to prim up. He closes the shop down from October until the end of February to dabble in his hobbies. So, during those months my list of new treasures for him to create in the Spring grows very long.