Monday, September 29, 2008

Creative Times Magazine - Sept/Oct Issue

Creative Times Magazine - Sept/Oct Issue

**OCTOBERFEST & Halloween Specials**

Happy Monday Morning to you all!!
I wanted to share with you all about the up coming
'OCTOBER FEST' Month of October 2008**OCTOBERFEST & Halloween Specials**
What is "Never-Ending Online Craft Show "
It is :A very cool on-line craft show.. Shop 'til you Drop at the Never-Ending Online Craft Show Open 24/7/365
We have monthly seasonal and more themes..
I hope you will stop by THIS Wensday October 1st
for our Octoberfest!
SympleTymes Never-Ending Online Craft Show Booth

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Subject: Sisters

I Know some have received this message below in their emails.I wanted to post it here also,Because it made cry,and as I read it became clear how so very true it is...Sherrie
Subject: Sisters

A young wife sat on a sofa on a hot humid day,drinking iced tea and visiting with her Mother. As they talked about life, about marriage, about the responsibilities of life and the obligations of adulthood, the mother clinked the ice cubes in her glass thoughtfully and turned a clear, sober glance upon her daughter

'Don't forget your Sisters,' she advised, swirling the tea leaves to the bottom of her glass. 'They'll be more important as you get older.

No matter how much you love your husband,

no matter how much you love the children you may have, you are still going to need Sisters. Remember to go places with them now and then; do things with them.

''Remember that 'Sisters' means ALL the women...your girlfriends, your daughters, and all your other women relatives too. 'You'll need other women. Women always do.'What a funny piece of advice!' the young woman thought. Haven't I just gotten married? Haven't I just joined the couple-world?

I'm now a married woman, for goodness sake! A grown up! Surely my husband and the family we may start will be all I need to make my life worth while !'

But she listened to her Mother. She kept contact with her Sisters and made more women friends each year. As the years tumbled by, one after another,she gradually came to understand that her Mom really knew what she was talking about.

As time and nature work their changes and their mysteries upon a woman,Sisters are the main stays of her life.After more than 50 years of living in this world, here is what I've learned:


Time passes.

Life happens.

Distance separates.

Children grow up.

Jobs come and go.

Love waxes and wanes.

Men don't do what they're supposed to do.

Hearts break.

Parents die.

Colleagues forget favors.

Careers end.BUT.........

Sisters are there, no matter how much time and how many miles are between you.

A girl friend is never farther away than needing her can reach.

When you have to walk that lone some valley and you have to walk it by yourself, the women in your life will be on the valley's rim, cheering you on, praying for you, pulling for you, intervening on your behalf, and waiting with open arms at the valley's end.

Sometimes, they will even break the rules and walk beside you...Or come in and carry you out.Girlfriends, daughters, granddaughters,daughters-in-law, sisters, sisters-in-law,

Mothers,Grandmothers, aunties, nieces, cousins, and extended family, all bless our life!

The world wouldn't be the same without women, would I. When we began this adventure called womanhood, we had no idea of the incredible joys or sorrows that lay ahead.

Nor did we know how much we would need each other.Every day, we need each other still.

Pass this onto all the women who help make your life meaningful.

Roses Made from Fall Leaves

Roses Made from Leaves
I found this tutorial on LittleRuffledFeathers how to turn fall leaves into roses. I just love them and they are just gorgeous!!. You that have beautiful Fall leaves ,Give this tutorial a try.. We will be leaving for North Carolina and Tennessee on October 25th..You better believe I will be gathering oodles of fall leaves!

Enjoy the tutorial Hugs Sherrie

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Hot Drinks for Hot Mamas Apron Swap

My doll making friends ask me why I love aprons, I think their checking me out to see if I have lost me stuffings..In Life in general there are times you just need a lift! Wear an apron!
Give it a try !!
Apron= equals total Fun and Sweet or how about Sexy,Sassy, Maybe one for Holidays,I have been wearing halloween since July , what fun through hot summers to wear bright orange, and black and purple.Sure didn't seem as hot as it really was and it put a bounce in my steps too:)
Create an apron that is Vintage from yesteryear, Victorian... Or how about creating an apron just for your self ... Your very amazing personal own style!...the sky is the limit!
Apron's really do make us feel good , and up lift our moods!!
Aprons do express our moods ... warm fuzzies...and more!...
It is really amazing how great just a bit of lace or a ruffle, or bright color fabric can make you feel any day and all day!Well-P That's why I Love Aprons, Nope haven't lost my stuffings just added more creative threads to it..Hugs to all Sherrie
Come On Join me in The fun with this FUN!! Aprond Swap!!!
It is at Valerie P Yarnigras blog

Hot Drinks for Hot Mamas Apron Swap

I quote Valerie's rules
If you decide to play along, this is is what is required:
1. *Create an apron (half or full) for your partner. There are loads of fun fabrics out there with tea pots, mugs, drink glasses, coffee beans, tea cups, etc. on them.
If you can't find the right fabric, you could applique, embroider, etc. Add at least one embellishment.
*if you cannot sew but want to play along, you may purchase an apron from one of the crafty people on etsy.
No store bought aprons please, they are not considered hand crafted.
2. Choose 3 'little somethings' they will like to go along with the apron.
Be creative, this isn't about how much money you can spend.
It is about sending someone a little package with a few surprises.
Some ideas include: fun cocktail napkins, recipe variations of their favorite hot drink, a kitchen/tea towel, singles of hot cocoa, tea or coffee, a bookmark or gently used novel you know they'll like, a fun hot pad in the shape of a cup or mug....etc.
3. Wrap everything in tissue with a simple ribbon before mailing.Check out their blog for hints, you may make a new friend!Deadline to sign up: Sep. 25th. I will email everyone their partners within a day or 2 after closing.
Deadline to ship packages: Oct. 25th. Feel free to mail earlier though :-)Please, if you do not have the time or interest to commit to this swap, do not join.Also, if you do not mail out on time or if you flake, you will not be allowed to play again.
This is my first swap so I am opening it to active bloggers who live in the USA only.If you would like to play, please email me at valpowery(at)yahoo(dot)com with the following information:
1. Your name
2. Your address
3. Your email address
4. Your blog address
5. Your apron size
6. Your favorite hot beverage* (let us know if you need decaf or not)
7. Your favorite color
8. Your least favorite color*don't forget all those other hot drinks like Espresso,Irish Coffee, Apple Cider, Cappucino, Spiced Hot Rum, etc...FYI:Betty at SnappyShop made that adorable apron in the photo. She has several other wonderful aprons for sale in her shop!Marcel from Aunt Pitty Pats donated the cute swap badge of 'snowgirls' to represent this little grab it 'to go!'

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Story about Grandma's Apron!

My Sweet friend Jackie of Plain and Simple
Knows how much I lOVE aprons and she was kind enought to send me the story about Grandma's Apron! Thank You Jackie!!
I don't think kids today know what an apron is.
The principal use of Grandma's apron was to protect the dress underneath, but along with that, it served as a potholder for removing hot pans from the oven.

It was wonderful for drying children's tears, and on occasion was even used for cleaning out dirty ears .
From the chicken coop, the apron was used for carrying eggs, fussy chicks, and sometimes half-hatched eggs to be finished in the warming oven.
When company came, those aprons were ideal hiding places for shy kids.
And when the weather was cold, grandma wrapped it around her arms.
Chips and kindling wood were brought into the kitchen in that apron.
From the garden, it carried all sorts of vegetables. After the peas had been shelled, it carried out the hulls.
In the fall, the apron was used to bring in apples or pecans that had fallen from the trees.
When unexpected company drove up the road, it was surprising how much furniture that old apron could dust in a matter of seconds.
When dinner was ready, Grandma walked out onto the porch, waved her apron, and the men knew it was time to come in from the fields to dinner.
It will be a long time before someone invents something that will replace that 'old-time apron' that served so many purposes.
REMEMBER: Grandma used to set her hot baked apple pies on the window sill to cool.
Her granddaughters set theirs on the window sill to thaw.
Today's generation would go crazy now trying to figure out how many germs were on that apron,
but I never heard about anyone catching anything from an Apron.

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Technique of burnt brown paper bag

With Fall almost here I would like to give a Gold Nugget/Technique..This technique can be used for so many wonderful creations,I was thinking making Fall leaves..

I did NOT come up with this gold nugget . I have saved nuggets for years ...I do try to always get the author of them to give proper credit ...on this gold nugget I did not get the author. So sorry . If some one knows who the artists is please let me know so I can give proper credit.
Who Done it: Oh! I've seen this technique before...I think it was on the Alene's show (remember that back in the day on HGTV?) So I think it was either Alene or her daughter who thought this up
This is SO neat and SO interesting:
Technique of burnt brown paper bag
1. glue 2 pieces of brown bag (grocery bag is fine) together with Aleenes glue in the gold bottle. let dry for 1/2 hour or so..
2. cut the shape you want from this, spread one side with the glue, covering entire side, hold this side into a candle flame and let it will turn black and bubbly. this part is kind of tricky and could be dangerous if you aren't careful, if it flames a little that is okay, makes more depth to shape. I usually hold this piece with needle nose pliers. Repeat for other side of shape.

3. when finished with the burning, lightly rub off the soot with paper towel. I then usually take gold paint on my finger tip and lightly dab it to achieve a burnished look. I have seen them use different colors of paint to get different looks such as a patina finish, etc.

That's it !!! It really is foolproof - if you miss a spot in burning, you can go over it with more glue and re-burn. It might take some practice getting used to the burning of the glue but so far I haven't had any disasters. I like the look for stars or small wings, looks like tarnished gold or brass. Can look like rusted metal depending on the colors of paint you use.
Acrylic paints are used, by the way.
These will make beautiful leaves, butterflies, suns, moons, flowers too, because it can be gently shaped to give it dimension. All you need is a grocery bag!

Friday, September 19, 2008

Vintage Aging Tutorial

I'd like to share how I get a vintage aged look to my fabric. This is not a heavy aging or is it grunged..There is no coffee used in this aging method, There is a light clean smell of cinnamon and vanilla.
Just my own way of achieving a yesteryear look, Cloth that has been packed away for years and years.

Just a nice honey in color aged look . #1: Start In a large pan ,I used a dutch oven, Bring to boil Tea Bags use a good brand..(remember you get what you paid for :) I used Luzianna
#2: 12 Tea bags..fill pan 3/4 full with water...I do buy my Vanilla and Cinnamon at the dollar store and it works great...#3: Add Vanilla 3-4 Table Spoon..1/2 cup of Cinnamon
#4: Add your fabric.. Bring to a boil and then turn off heat. Let simmer about 30minutes.
*(If you want your fabric to be darker aged let steep in aging bath a hour or two)*

5: Using slit spoon remove from aging bath and place on to cookie sheet

#6: Run water in sink HOT and rinse fabric LIGHTLY

#7: Place fabric back on to cookie and then place in a pre-heated 250 oven NEVER LEAVE fabric while in oven..It will burn.. Turn fabric several times while in oven to keep from getting burned marks!! When fabric is still lightly damp remove from oven

#8: This is what it will look like.. See the Cinnamon that has dried on to the fabric.

#9: Now take a terry cloth towel and wrap it around your finger rubbing the Cinnamon into the fabric and also off the fabric as you go. #10: Now steam iron fabric dry #11: Here is the end results, Perfectly vintage aged fabric..

See the regular muslin..this is what it looked like before aging and the darker is after aging..This is the SAME cloth..This is what I use for my doll body's..

Perfectly vintage aged fabric..That smells fresh and clean too. #12: This picture shows you both sides of the printed fabric

This fabric is what I will use to dress my dolls...

*NOTE*: you will be saving your aging liquid after your finished with it in a container in the refrigerator ...Be sure to remove the tea bags first. Just bring to boil again when needed. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, If you have any question just email me or leave a comment...Hugs to all Sherrie

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Tipsy Tuesday--Freezer Paper, Our Crafty Friend BY: Mrs Kwitty

Good Morning!! I was SO excited when I was surfing some of my favorite blogs this morning,
Mrs Kwitty a VERY talented artist has created a AWSOME tutorial on her blog Kwitty has written a fantastic tutorial on her blog about all our best friend Freezer Paper..With many extra's ,Go on over to Mrs Kwitty's and enjoy this wonderful tutorial and all her gorgeous creations too!!...Sherrie Oh:PS: I loved her light box, I have one but it is so big,I thinkk a small one would be nice size to have too:)) Okay looking for my JoAnn's coupon!

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Awww Fall is in the air at least in my sewing room!!!!

Fall is here at least in my sewing room! Not out side in the Florida Hot Heat! Whoa
Today I brought out all my fall decorations and i got creative with this 32 inch
Fall gonna be Girl ?? Boy?? Haven't decided yet. I do know this will be so very special and I'm anxiously waiting to trying a couple new techniques! Running through my mind of how I'm going to dress and embellish!! There is nothing like creating! its really neat how you can turn off worries and troubles when you just sit down and start to create. It makes you count your blessing and seeing How God is at work in our lives.
I was thinking today how creating is really a outlet, It really is a healing doing any type of hobbie whether it is sewing or counted cross stitch or knitting ,it is the creating thats so good for us! I found my body relaxing, and my thoughts were positive and creative, My faith was re-newed.Which made me have peace and joy and I felt strengthened. All our Arts are truly God given!
The last 3 weeks have been kinda stressful, my husband was having neck pain , then the ole muscles knotted up and he has been really in pain.They did a MRI ,Found out he has 3 bulging disks in his neck. Our SILLY doctor basically told us nothing can be done.It's just some thing he would have to live with.and then sent Gene for physical therapy,
Whoa that really set his ole muscles into even worse spasms, He has the burning tingling in his arms because the muscles are so tight their pressing on nerves...Gene has been taking prescription strength motrin and no relief from the inflammation. I'm blessed with a awesome husband and he is my best friend, but he doesn't take aches and pains very well and to have a doctor say to a person like this " Just live with it",
Thats just not the right thing to say!

I got so ticked off about all this... as nice as I could be ...I called the doctors office back and literally said to them to call the pharmacy and I would like for my husband to have a muscle relaxant ,they called in Noraflex.After several days and still no relief ... I called again today and ask for mild pain medication,
I mean my husband has to work!
It's ridiculous when you have to call your own doctor and tell him what to prescribe. so i cancled Gene's physical therapy, and did some reasearch about getting a new doctor , One that cares would be nice! So we both have an appointment at a new doctor Oct 6th. I am just praying these medications will help Gene's muscles to relax and get better be fore we see the new doctor in oct. that seems so far away.and it has been going on now 3 weeks..
#1: I will continue to stand in faith and believe for God's healing for my husband..
#2: I have lined up just a couple Fall goodies, again I 'm so Thankful to God for the love he has given me to create! I am excited about Fall and the goodies I'm making .So much that I even dream of some thing I want to make and can't wait to get going on it!!!!
Awww Fall is in the air at least in my sewing room!!!!

Monday, September 15, 2008

All I can say is WOW!

I'm in SHOCK!! I was reading the Lemon Poppy Seeds newsletter..and I saw they had opened a *New*Blog
called " XREMEprims" So I ran over to check it out and GUESS WHAT!!!!!!!
I , ME , Little Ole me, Sherrie !!!!was chosen as one of their ""extremely talented artists"" TALK ABOUT FALLING OFF MY CHAIR wow, I'M SO HONORED! I'm in tears absoulet tears! I copied and pasted all their info below. Truly from my heart when I joined Lemon Poppy Seeds I felt such a peace and trulyfelt like I was part of their family,TO BE HONEST:Even though I don't talk and post I still have those feelings of peace and being part of their family..Being part of all with my art., I figured who am I, these people don't know me.I thought I'd just create and enjoy my little shop,There is never any pressure,Just doing what I love to do and thats create. Yes I even have sold several of my creations and thats a extra blessing to me. If your looking for a *New Home* You really should check out Lemon Poppy Seeds ,I do not say this because I'm honored as one of their artists,I'm saying it straight from heart, Lemon Poppy Seeds has MANY totally AWESOME artists and a
real family that gathers and supports each other 100% of the time..Hugs to All Sherrie

Welcome to, an exclusive gathering of Artisans and Crafters who create simple or early Primitives, Extreme Primitives, Primitive Folk Art Collectibles and Antique Primitives!
We just opened a PUBLIC blog which will be open to our shoppers as well as our crafters. Check it out here

Welcome to XREMEprims. This is a place where you can come and visit and meet lots of Extreme Primitive artists and collectors. We have our own Marketplace you can visit

While you are there make sure to sign up for our mailing list and you might be the winner of this month’s giveaway.Here are two of our extremely talented artists you will find at
Lemon Poppy Seeds
There are so many talented artists at Lemon Poppy Seeds and we also have a presence on eBay …Just type in LPSX in the search box to find us there.Come by here to EXTREMEprims and visit with us and lets all get to know each other.

Sunday, September 14, 2008

My new offerings at my Lemon Poppy Seeds Shoppe

I hope you will stop by and see every ones offerings at Lemon Poppy Seeds
Many of you know Denise R of Princeton KY, This doll was Created By Denise R of Princeton KY,
I'm having to down size my doll collections. September 15th is Lemon Poppy Seeds UpDates, I have added this wonderful Prim Folk Art Colonial Style Cloth Doll as one of my offerings for this month.
I also added my Primitive Topsy Turvy doll
I hope you will stop by see more detail about them and enjoy all the new offerings every one has for you!
Thank You!!!
Hugs Sherrie

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Folk Art Fans: Welcome

Hello Every one..I was sent a invitation to join this new group called "Folk Art fans..I'm thrilled i did and did join..I'd like to invite you all to come on over and join this great group of gals too..Hope to see you there!! Sherrie

A message to all , Folk Art Fans I want all of you to feel welcome and to join in our group. It is so great to see all of you here. Just don't be shy!!!Visit Folk Art Fans at:

Miracles for Mallory Silent Auction
Crafters and Artists from every media are are graciously donating time and treasured handmade goods in memory of Mallory for a silent auction. Running from September 7th through September 14th,
There is a website available where you can come in and be involved by showing your support as a bidder or as seller
Come see the many pieces and bid on wonderful handmade items.
The silent auction is to raise awareness for Trisomy 18, a genetic chromosome disorder afflicting newborns. Please check out their blog to learn more.

Creative Times Magazine NEW Issue is out!!

Creative Times Magazine Brand New Issue is Here! They have an exciting new issue waiting for you! This issue is packed with great tips, articles and of course some great free patterns. So stop by and grab your copy at
Don't for get:
If you are a crafter and interested in advertising in Creative Times, They now offer subscription ads. These ads are geared towards advertisers that want to promote their business on an ongoing basis with ads in each new issue of Creative Times. As a bonus ad subscribers receive a discount on their ad costs. You can read more about their subscription program here:

If you haven't visited the Creative Times Magazine archives
it's a must..I visit all the time and Love it. Each archived issue is full of crafting articles, tips, trends, featured pattern designers and free patterns. So go take advantage of the many resources available in the archived issues

Hope you enjoy Hugs to all Sherrie

Wednesday, September 10, 2008


Five Little Pumpkin Sitting On A GateFive little pumpkins sitting on a gate,The first one said,"Oh my, it's getting late."The second one said,"But we don't care."The third one said,"I see witches in the air."The fourth one said,"Let's run, and run, and run."The fifth one said,"Get ready for some fun."Then whoosh went the wind,and out went the lights,And five little pumpkins rolled out of sight!

Tuesday, September 09, 2008

My Blog Gonners

Excuse the mess..For some reason my blog is nott-a allot of work just gone i'm having to rebuild every thing.I'm most up set about loosing my links,If you don't see your link as time allows I'm going to rebuild them.For some reason blogger isn't letting me use the layout method where you use widgets, I'm having to you HTML which is longer..but this isn't going to stop me from continuing to share every day TaDa~

Friday, September 05, 2008

Olde Prairie Register

The September issue of Olde Prairie Register is now available

Enjoy YourSelf

I'm sitting with a nice glass of cold Green Tea just listening to the feeder bands of Hannah out side the window, Ever just felt the warm fuzziness and like to curl up with the ole computer and look and read inspirational Arts, Crafts, Other creations and just sit and smile and ooo and ahhh just with your self.
I wanted to share with you one of the places I enjoy visiting allot .That is Craft Zine their blog:

I do Subscribe to Craft Zine and receive a email every day and really enjoy seeing what others are doing, It is a every day punch of inspiration to all mediums no matter what your specialty is, with the holidays around the corner, I have been looking for my family and close friends, Some thing small but unique and useful to create for each one. I love and cherish my family and close friends,But lets face it they aren't all in love with my prim folk art dolls :))

Fix your self your fav cuppa and relax and let your self absorb all the inspiration going on at Craft Zine ,Have a great Week -End! Hugs to all ~Sherrie

Thursday, September 04, 2008

Wings and Crayon tinting for your dolls Tutorials

This is just so cute not only for those of us who dress our pets a bit for the holidays, But it is a great tutorial for creating neat wings for our creations too!

Lauren at Pimp Stitch shows you how you can add pops of color to your stitches with her

crayon tinting tutorial

This is a wonderful tutorial I wanted to share with you all, This is great when you also draw your design for aprons , aprons for your dolls, pillows and so on, works i have done this technique for years...Sherrie

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

I received a Award!!!

A very special Thank You to, Linda of Simple Treasures for honoring me with this totally awesome award!

All righty how all this works is.... Once receive your award

#1: Put the logo on your blog.

#2: Add a link to the person who awarded you.

#3: Nominate at least seven other blogs.

#4: Add links to those blogs on your blog.

#5: Leave a message for your nominee on their blogs.

*Drum Roll !!* Some of my favorite blogs are

Karin (peanut) of Country Folk Keep Sakes

Michelle (Tink)of The black Berry Briar

Blondie of Vintage Primitives

Karen of Sew Primitive

Nancy of Primitive Thymes

Tuesday, September 02, 2008

I have listed on eBay

Hi every One
I just thought I'd let you all know I have listed on eBay two of my vintage EFA dolls from my own personal collection..
you can see them here
EFA Vintage Cloth Doll Very Detailed

EFA Vintage Antique Collectible Primitive Doll

It's been a couple years since I have done a ebay auction, I'm in shock with the prices of ebay is charging..I made a mistake and listed my one EFA auction twice and deleted it, And they are still charging me ..!!! I don't know if I did the auction part correctly..I wanted just the basics. but it is still costing me for 3 auctions which there are only two $32.50
I guess from now on I will stick with my etsy!!
Thank You all for looking
Hugs Sherrie

My new offerings on my Lemon Poppy Seeds Shoppe

I have added some new dolls to my Lemon Poppy Seeds Shoppe
Starting with a

beautiful Primitive Tuck Away doll. Tuck Away Prim doll is truly created like the Mothers of yesteryear would have created their little girls dolls,

Wonderful 28 inch Primitive Victorian Style Doll,She is gorgeous!SOLD!!!!

Morning Green Eyes Primitive Folk Art Fairy ...Morning Green Eyes home is deep inside the dew covered morning flowers. She looks up to see the birds that travel across the morning sky ,Oh what a lovely time to play !!!, Morning Green Eyes spreads her wings created from cloth , her wings are 12 inches from tip to tip.She loves playing with the traveling birds of the morning sky.. They play hide and seek among the clouds and the dew on the flowers..IF only you believe you to can come out and play with Morning Green Eyes

My my Lemon Poppy Seeds Shoppe offerings on usally done on the 15th of each month,But I only had one item and wanted to add a couple more , To see all my new offerings please visit .. Look again Spetember 15th for a new update on my Lemon Poppy Seeds Shoppe, Thank You so much for looking!! God Bless you with many Blessings , Sherrie

New Issue's

Come on over to The Humble Arts and take a peek.We are a group of artisans banded together to offer you fine handmade items with a vintage, classic look and feel. We offer various items for your perusal and purchase, including, but not limited to handcrafted dolls, signs, needlework, and some hand me downs. Our goal is to create original one of a kind quality items, heirlooms to be passed down from one generation to the next, dolls, rugs, etc. Nothing haphazardly thrown together but something with a lot of thought, care and of course, personality!
*************************************************************************** (TFA) is a showcase for a new definition of American folk art, furniture and fine crafts, offering classics from redware and grain painted furniture to miniatures, fraktur and gameboards. Inspired by antique folk art and furniture from the 18th and 19th centuries, the artists' work featured here is all newly made with the attention to detail no factory can match
You're Invited to DANDELION DARLINGS September 1st Exhibit Welcome to, where you'll find those Country Style Primitives to Treasure ~ the ones you endlessly search for in Craft Shoppes and at seasonal Craft Shows ~ right in the comfort of your very own Home!

~YOU'RE INVITED~ It's POPPY time again LOL! Time for another EXTREME EXHIBIT at, where you'll find an exclusive gathering of Extreme Prim and Folk Art Crafters and Artisans! Our September 1st Exhibit is ready for viewing and you know how quickly those OOAK items go, so hurry and visit TODAY!!! CLICK BELOW TO VISIT US!

It's another new month on A Time for Primitives. We are getting ready for the fall with brand new items, freebies, a tutorial on how to make an atc card and articles your sure to enjoy!
Be sure to check to see who won The Red Witch by Howling Moon Designs!
Stop by and check us out!

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