|Valentine Annie e-pattern by Sandy The Olde Country Cupboard|
This is the last post tonight, I promise. I've been faithfully reading all of your blogs and doing my best to leave comments. Mr. Glen Oaks has been
doing a lot of typing for me as I dictate, but he's got that nerve damage in his hand and elbow so he's
not in his best form either.
I won another giveaway. I know, I'm stinkin spoiled rotten! This one is from Janice of PRIMS BY THE WATER. Tricia of Hillcrest Home Prims was winner number one and I was number two. Here's what I won. Three handmade cotton stripe
Peppermint Sticks with the sweet custom made Cupid labels. They have their own special place already, in my kitchen near the entrance is a vintage repro candy box on the wall that has jars with pewter lids that say "Peppermint" and "Chocolate". The Peppermint Sticks are of course appropriately stored in the Peppermint jar:
Thank you so much, Janice. If you aren't familiar with Janice's blog please visit Prims By The Water
where you can also see antiques that Janice and her husband Bob also sell from their home near the
St. Clair river. They have a shop called Back Porch Antiques. Click the previous link to go to their page of primitives for sale. I've seen some of their treasures and they are awesome primitives. For those of you that live in the Michigan area you are lucky enough to take a drive and see their shop.
Oh, one more thing. One of my favorite doll makers is Sandy of The Olde Country Cupboard has been busy designing new patterns and new dollies. She has a big show coming up in March in Florida,
Mount Dora I believe. She and her daughter Samantha are doing a show together, including some of Samantha's tarts and tart burners and patterns and aprons. Samantha's link is Southern Belle Scentz. Here's some of what Sandy's been working on:
|Annie Chicken and Eggs pattern by Sandy|
Annie's From A Chestnut Junction pattern
|Annie Apple Pie pattern by Sandy|
|Annies from Ragg Bagg Babies pattern|
So I'll say good nite this time and