Friday, July 31, 2009

New Primitive Folk Art Fall listings On the TDIPT Mercantile !



This is my TDIPT listing for the month of August. It is an assortment of pumpkins, squash and corn. Each of these are my own creation. It also includes 6 colorful Fall leaves that I made from Karen's R&K Creations pattern. I am so excited for Fall to be here. My favorite time of the year! Too bad we are still having 100 degree weather in Texas for a few more weeks. Here is a link to my listing: Fall Harvest Collection

Paula has also listed a beautiful doll on the Mercantile this month!



Her doll also comes with a pilgrim hat so you can set her out for Thanksgiving also. Here is a link to Paula's listing on TDIPT Mercantile: Hidden in the Attic

Thanks for stopping by!

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Hidden in the Attic (Paula) Has Listed Her New Turkey and Goat Primitive Patterns!







Paula has listed her new Turkey and Goat patterns on Ebay! She also listed an adorable Halloween ornament pattern. Here is the Ebay link: Paula's Patterns

You can also find all of Paula's patterns on her picture trail or on the Pattern Mart site. Here is the link to her Picture Trail: Hidden in the Attic

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Hidden In The Attic's New Ebay Listings! My New Sweet Corn!



I am so thrilled to show you Paula's new Turkey and Mama and baby goats! I am amazed at how awesome they are! They are listed on ebay this evening. Don't you just love them? Paula and I are both very excited about Fall coming up. We are working on lots of new ideas.
Paula's Ebay Link







Here is my new Folk Art Sweet Corn. I am excited about creating some new Fall groupings with squash, pumpkins and corn. It is beginning to be our busy season but we love Fall so we are buzzing with new ideas! Thanks for visiting us today!

Sunday, July 5, 2009

New updated picture of my yellow farmhouse onions!



My last pictures of these onions were not very good so I was able to get some better ones with better lighting. I will try to get some new pictures of the red ones too. I love making these. I keep picking them up to smell them... They need to make an onion scented oil...smile

I am working on some new veggies today. Thanks for visiting and hope you have a great week!