I got this old chicken feeder, which would be the cutest little planter, the chenille eggs and grubby chicks. Just love them all!
And here we go with Debbie's latest load of goodies. She just finds the best darn things for me, don't know what I'd do without her. Talk about prim! Have you ever heard of a wool carder? Well here it is!
This little 3-legged milking stool is just adorable. Would be so cute sitting on a table with your prim dolls.
Her husband, Kenny, has been at it again. He sent me this set of prim bed steps. His work is just awesome and such a great addition to any home.
How about this early youth chair? It has the original paint and "stencils". I could just see the right doll sitting in it.
This picture does not do this new cupboard justice. It is so old, great color, wonderful storage and priced so good. Trying to decide where I could put it in my own house!
Then there's little red sawbuck table. Just as prim and old as can be. Would this ever be great as an end table!
That's all the pictures I took today. I am so darn tired! I feel like I have a shopping "hangover". I'll try to get more put out tomorrow and more pictures. Hopefully my new "handmade" artist will be bringing some of her things tomorrow too. I'm really excited to see what surprises she has in store. I just love all the handmades!
Has anybody decided if they are signing up for Karen's get-together in Pennsylvania? Sure sounds like the best time. I'm hoping to be able to make it, but it will depend on the economy over the next few months in Michigan. Let's all hope that we may be on the upswing!
I've got to get sewing before I "lose" all the ideas I got in Ohio. Just haven't had a minute since I got back. Our Abbey came over tonight and helped me grunge some tin cans and stayed for dinner. She is the best darn helper!
By the way, any smalls on my blog are always for sale and I will ship anywhere in the U.S. Feel free to give me a call at the shop if you like something or have any questions.
Jammie time! Have a great evening! Until tomorrow...