Thursday, April 8, 2010

Wow!! What an Awesome Giveaway!

Wow is all I could say when I saw this wonderful Giveway hosted by Brenda, of Pine Tree Prims!
Look at all the incredible pieces that you could win! Prim Heaven for sure!
Be sure to get on over to Brenda's blog and sign up! I know I have.....and keeping my fingers crossed!
Have a great evening all.........

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Wonderful Primitive Shop...Must See!!

I am so honored to have been asked to be a vendor for the Haymakers Country Store! Haymakers is locate in West Brookfield, Massuchusettes and is run by Karen Lopez. Karen has such quality items and her store is just so prim! I just love it!
Everywhere you look there is something for everyone! Dolls, quilts, candles, signs, well if it is prim it is pretty safe to say that Karen will have it.  If you won't get a chance to see this shop in person, then you can shop online at 

Karen has been busy getting the shop ready for spring, and is in the process of updating the website, so if you get a moment pop on over and let her know you stopped in for a visit. If you have the opportunity to travel east this year for vacation, this is one place you will want to stop!

Here is the address, if you are in the area
Haymakers Country Store
177 E. Main Street
Route #9
West Brookfield, Ma

I have been kept busy getting things ready to send to Haymakers,  and with customer orders, so I haven't had a chance to paint up anything new for Etsy. I have some projects all laid out and waiting, so I should have something to share with you soon! Thanks for dropping in and taking a tour of Haymakers! Until next time as always.......many blessings to all my blogging buddies!

Monday, April 5, 2010

Monday Market on the OFG Street Team!

Happy Monday Morning All! I hope that everyone had a wonderful Easter holiday. It was very nice here, but now we are back to business this morning, and I wanted to share a very talented artist with you today. I love to take a Sunday afternoon and catch up with all the amazing talent, and this shop is no exception! So sit back and enjoy a mini interview with Sheila of the Snowman Collector,  and then take a hop on over and visit this wonderful shop!

1. What is the name of your Etsy shop and why did you choose that name?

The name of my shop is SnowmanCollector and if you have a look around you will see that the reason I chose that name is obviousļ I have developed a great love for all things Snowman!

2. How long have you been on Etsy?

I have been on Etsy only since April, 2009. I am fairly new but am learning more every day and loving it!

3. What type of items do you offer?

I offer mostly seasonal items ¡V stuffed snowmen, santas, ornies, etc. I also have a few wreaths and wallhangings mixed in to keep it interesting, both for those looking at my shop and for myself as a crafter.

4. How long have you been crafting?

I have been crafting for close to 20 years. I started doing quilting and things just kind of evolved. I started doing local craft shows about 10 years ago. I enjoyed it so much that I wanted to branch out a little but didn¡¦t know how or where (I live in a very rural area) and then I discovered Etsy!!!

5. Who or What inspires you?

What inspires me? Everything! There are so many ideas floating in my head, I will never do them all. Plus there are so many new things I want to learn, like rug hooking.

6. What is your favorite item in your shop and why?

I can¡¦t pick. Usually whatever I am working on at the time is my favorite item.

7. Other places where you can be found (Ebay, webstore, blog)

At the moment I am only on Etsy. But I am trying to overcome my fear of CyberSpace and hope to at least be on Facebook shortly.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

Mother's Day Challenge at the Farmhouse!

My Etsy Team will be hosting a terrific Mother's Day Challenge starting on April 5th!
Please pop over to The Old Farmhouse Gathering Blog to find out what all the excitement is about.

Some lucky voter will be receiving a great prize! Don't miss out!