Thursday, April 30, 2009

New Offerings for the TDIPT Mercantile




Paula and I have listed our new Americana offerings for the TDIPT Mercantile.

Paula (Hidden in the Attic) has created some awesome colonial beeswax ornaments from her own molds. What a good price too! Here is the link: Colonial Beeswax Ornaments

Friday, April 24, 2009

Here They Are! Primitive Folk Art Cherries!

For all you cherry lovers out there! I will be listing these on Ebay sometime this weekend. Back to making more apples! Hope you all have a great weekend!



Thursday, April 23, 2009

Yummy Scented Folk Art Strawberries Just Listed on Ebay!

Just listed some strawberries! These will arrive scented and before you know it you will have to run to the grocery store and get you some! Here is the link: FOLK ART STRAWBERRIES

Friday, April 17, 2009

Apples Apples Apples! Been Busy making Apples!

I love making apples! They are one of my favorites! I am hoping to have some brand new creations sometime Sunday. It is a perfect sewing day here in Texas. We are having thunderstorms and I have my windows wide open because I love watching and listening to the rain. Nothing like a Spring rain to bring out the greens and flowers for Spring! Hope you all have a great day! Tammie

Sunday, April 12, 2009

An Easter Story I think of every year... Have a Blessed Easter!




Last Spring on a Sunday afternoon we took one of our "nowhere" drives thru the country. My husband was quietly driving along some back roads. I was occupied in the front passenger seat watching out the window as the scenery went by.

I noticed out of the corner of my eye that my husband was straining to look out my window. This startled me, since his eyes should be on the road in front of him. I asked him what he was looking at out the windows, and he quietly replied, "Nothing. " He could have said he was looking for pine tree crosses for Easter. His eyes went back to the road in front of him.

After a few minutes, I looked over at my husband and noticed a tear running down his cheek. I asked him what was wrong. This time he told me, "I was just thinking about Pop and a story he had once told me." Of course, because it had to do with his Pop I wanted to know the story, so I asked him to share Pop's story with me.

He said, "When I was about 8 years old, Pop and I were out fishing and that's when he told me that the pine trees know when it is Easter."

I had no idea what he meant by that, so I pressed him for more information.

He continued on... "The Pine trees start their new growth in the weeks before Easter -- if you look at the tops of the Pine trees two weeks before Easter, you will see the yellow shoots. As the days get closer to Easter Sunday, the tallest shoot will branch off and form pine tree crosses for Easter. By the time Easter Sunday comes around, you will see that most of the Pine trees will have small yellow crosses on all of the tallest pine shoots."

I turned to look out the window and I couldn't believe my eyes. It was a week before Easter, and you could see all of the pine trees with the tall yellow shoots stretching to Heaven.

The tallest ones shone in the sunlight like rows of tiny golden crosses.

Thursday, April 9, 2009

NEW Folk Art Pomegranates by Make Me a Memory!

I just listed my new Folk Art Pomegranates on eBay! Still having fun coming up with new things! If you have any ideas let me know. Here is the link: FOLK ART POMEGRANATES

I just listed some new Pomegranates for those of you who missed the first two sets.

Hope you all have a great Easter weekend! Thanks for stopping by!

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

New Hidden in the Attic Pattern

Paula is offering her newest Rabbit with mouse as a pattern. So adorable! To go check it out here is the link: Rabbit with Mouse Pattern on Ebay

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Just listed some new Red, Yellow, and Green Pears on Ebay!



I have been busy working on some new things. I just listed some pears on eBay. They look so pretty all together. I will have to make me a set to keep for myself. Isn't it crazy that we hardly keep anything we create for ourselves? Here is the link: MAKE ME A MEMORY PEARS ON EBAY

Hope you all have a great Sunday! Thanks for stopping by!