Good Morning All! I just love to spend part of my weekend, searching and shopping different primitive shops. If you click the banner above, you will find some of the most talented primitive crafters on Etsy.
After the Christmas decorations are down and put away, I like to take another look at my home, and find different ways of displaying my prim gatherings.Then of course it is a matter of finding that extra little something, that will just bring it all together. So stay in your jammies, grab a big latte, or a cup of tea, and enjoy!
As much as I love the holidays, I have never really painted alot for Valentine's Day, but I love all the wonderful bowl tucks and ornies I am seeing in blogland. Maybe that is what inspired me to do a little something at least. Anyone that has followed me for very long, knows how much I love painting on soap bars. I was in a painting challenge once where I had to use crackle medium, and I just loved how it looked, so one day I thought to myself, well I wonder if that would work on soap!
So I prepped my soap as always, and began experimenting. Now, many of my soaps go through a 7 step process, seems like allot for a bar of soap, but so worth it.I still keep them very affordable, and they have been one of my best sellers. So next time you get an idea, just play, the discoveries are what make creating fun!
If you are in need of a quick little gift for someone, be sure to stop over at my Etsy shop and take a look at the different soaps. More soap designs are in the planning stages, so I will be adding more soon! They come wrapped in cello bags with twist ties, all ready for gift giving!
I hope you all get a moment to spend some great quality time with your familes this weekend, and till next time............Blessings to All
Hi All! It seems like ages since I have posted! I know I have been busy but I am not real sure what I got accomplished. Have been getting things organized and ready for another year of painting, so my studio is ready for me to get productive.
After getting that all organized, I did sit down and get this piece done. It is a door crown that I have painted with a Deb Richey design. So primitive, and yet with the heart on the blanket it would make a great Valentine piece to display also!
I had so much fun adding the antique buttons to the penny rug tabs.....love the way it turned out!
I will be back soon with more things to show you....I have several projects in the works, so stay tuned and until the next time.......Blessings to one and all !
Good Morning Everyone! I hope that all of you had a wonderful and safe New Year! I have been busy organizing, cleaning, and planning some new and different things to bring to you on my blog.
On Monday's, my Etsy Team, the Old Farmhouse Gathering is doing a feature called Monday Market. We are selecting a different artist to feature every Monday to showcase some of the incredible talent of these ladies.
Here is a brief interview with Marilyn! Hope you enjoy and be sure to check out her wonderful shop on Etsy!
1. What is the name of your Etsy shop and why did you choose that name?
My Etsy shop is Harvest Moon Prims....Nothing is prettier or more magical in Fall...than a big ole Orange Harvest Moon....So when I was thinking on a name for etsy...that came to mind...
2. How long have you been on Etsy?
I have been on Etsy for over a year,but illness made me unable to do much with it until recently.
3. What type of items do you offer?
Hand crafted stitchery,prims,and needfuls
4. How long have you been crafting?
For as long as I can remember..but professionally for over 25 years
5. Who or What inspires you?
My Dad who was a wonderful floral designer was my biggest fan,and always was proud of what I created. Sadly he passed away four years ago,but I know he is smiling down on my saying..I am so proud of you!
6. What is your favorite item in your shop and why?
hummmm...thats a hard one..Usually my sticheries are my fav
7. Other places where you can be found (Ebay, webstore, blog)
I also have a website:www.mtswhimsey.com...my blog:www.whimseythoughts.blogspot.com