Monday, June 15, 2009

Good Monday Morning All!
We had a super busy weekend, but I did manage to get a few new things painted. As you all know I just love doing these primitive mouse pads, and since I have customers asking for new designs, this is what I came up with. I will be starting on fall and winter designs here soon, so if anyone has any requests, just drop me a note or leave a comment, and I will see what I can create for ya. This particular design was based on one from Susan Burd......with my own personal twist of course.

Can't you just see this basket, hanging on your front door to greet guests? I use mine on my patio to hold insect repellent, sun screen, and all those little outdoor necessities that we all need outdoors. It could hold gardening gloves, garden tools, seed packets, oh my the ideas are endless!
This design is from Kim Klasson, and I love the way it turned out.

Last but not least, another primitive mouse pad. This again is one of my own creations, but I took elements from a John Sliney design. Please excuse the shadow in the photo.......early morning picture taking today.
I am hoping to have more things to share with you in a couple days. I can't believe it is almost time to start thing fall and winter. So enjoy this beautiful summer day, and until next time.........
Blessings to All....and thanks so much for visiting my blog!


  1. Such beautiful everything:)

  2. Super sweet, and beautiful work.. do you sell them?


  3. Those look great Jody!! Just beautiful.


  4. Everything looks great! Nice work, Jody!


  5. Yes you can find these and all my painted items in my Etsy shop. They should all be listed by tomorrow. Thanks for asking Sonyadawn!

  6. I love that "Primitive" mousepad, might just have to have that Jody!!

  7. You do wonderful work!!! and I love your yard all the whimiscal touches...I am now a follower of your blog too..:)

  8. Jody...I just LOVE looking at all your beautiful work! Can't wait for your fall and winter! I want! I want! ~~Annie


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