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Hi, Primmies... I stitch reproduction antique samplers and dolls. I also have lots of great artists and their sites featured as well as tutorials and some recipes for you to enjoy. Eventually we will have our own items for sale. Until then I hope you will enjoy the content, please leave a comment on any post you wish to.

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August 26, 2011

Prim Patterns Extravaganza: Over 200 Prim Patterns On One CD

I suppose a lot of prim artists design their own patterns, but for those of us that are
design and drawing-challenged, this is for us!
I saw this offer the other day while browsing my favorite web sites, and was reminded again today while reading my blog list, Tennessee Ridge Primitives. There are 219 (YES) prim patterns on one CD, Becky has compiled all of her designs and is offering this CD for only $45.00. Click the photo to get a larger image:

Click HERE to go directly to her selling website.
A link to her blog is clickable HERE. It works out to about $4.86 per pattern!
Becky is also having a primendous sale on e-patterns, like 5 for $10 and several more deals. It's worth a trip over to see all the sales.
Bye, Primmies...

Disaster Preparedness for Pets : The Humane Society of the United States

I don't know exactly how many of us with pets is going to be affected by Hurricane Irene, but I thought I'd put up this link to the Humane Society's website page regarding Tips and Disaster Preparedness for Pets. We have two cats and Ashley has 3 dogs and 3 cats, so it's a good checklist to have to be prepared in the event of any emergency:
Disaster Preparedness for Pets : The Humane Society of the United States:

'via Blog this'
We pray for everyone's safety.
Warm Regards,

Bloggers Are The Best: Look What I Got In The Mail Today!

You may remember a couple of weeks ago the giveaway at The Country Primitive Shoppe for "The Crow's Guide To Magic" book and soft sculpture that Dina was having on her blog. There was also a "name that bowl filler" contest. You can click on
(here)The Country Primitive Shoppe to go to Dina's blog.
Well, imagine my surprise when she told me I was getting a "surprise" ornament for being so kind about spreading the word and following her blog. It came in the mail today, here he is:
(again, I apologize for the camera work, I just don't have any talent for taking pictures)

The picture doesn't do him justice. He's a very pretty painted light brown color, muslin gingerbread boy stuffed and stiffened, with little black glass seed eyes and painted cream squiggles on his hands and feet. He's about 5 1/2 inches long and 3 1/2 inches arm to arm. I love him.
And, this was another big gesture of kindness that prim and arts and crafts bloggers are famous for. I love showing artists' work, giveaways and tutorials and don't expect anything in return. But it's awfully nice indeed when an artist and fellow blogger shows their appreciation by sending an unexpected gift. The group of bloggers that I follow and their followers are the nicest people I've ever met.
Warm Regards,

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