For the past 3 weeks I have been very busy. I recently started selling my things in a consignment store in Prairie du chein, WI. ~The Snappy Turtle~ Shortly after I started taking my prims to the store she had asked me if I would be interested in selling them at a craft sale the Saturday after Thanksgiving. I was pretty excited and got to work right away. It has been many years since I have done a craft sale. So anyway between house work and kids I manage to get somethings done. LOL. It was hecktic at times but I did it. I hope the craft fair dose well for everyone. Here is the out come of 3 weeks...........
Well I has been a good year so far. I haven't written on here for a long time I should get a move on it and start posting pics of what I have been making. My mother is finding out how to use the computer and looked up my blog. Needless to say she had alot to say about how far behind I am on my postings and pictures. So heres to you mom ~ Thank you for keeping me on my toes! Love ya Much!!!
Here are some signs that I have made and ready to sell. If you would like to buy one they are for 10.50 each plus shipping. Just email me at email@example.com with sign in the subject line.
Christmas is over and now onto a new year. I feel that this is going to be a Great year. The last few years have been good but I feel like this one is going to be a tad bit better. In December of last year I started this blog thanks to a wonderful person Brenda Owner of the www.therustythimble.blogspot.com She had inspired me to open my own blog. I have learned a lot and there is still more to learn. It is a really good feeling to know that I am heading in the right direction of my obsession lol. What a great way to share prim crafts, ideas, and friendships. Thank Brenda for the inspiration and to the rest of you for taking the time to read this and making it happen.
Hello..Please grab your drink of choice, a comfy chair and enjoy. I am a primitive crafter. I have been crafting for many years and love coming with new challenges. I have a room in the Turkey River Mall in Elkader, IA. It is a great feeling when people like my crafts. The thing about primitive crafting is that the possibilities are endless. That is what i love about it.