Thursday, January 19, 2012
MORE AND MORE AND MORE...
BRRR!! It is SO cold here in Michigan tonight, the temps are supposed to dip to 0! I'm trying to ignore the cold and concentrate on all of the great new things that are arriving at the shop. How about this wonderful black shelf? It has big chunky pegs and a small blanket crane at the other end. Wait until you see the BIG blanket crane shelf that on it's way!
This shutter shelf is cute as can be, great for any room.
More handmades are arriving too. This is an old carpenter's nail bag with "Olde Rag Dolls For Sale" stitched to the front and filled with three small dolls and sweet annie.
This old gal is really unique. She is done on a big old masher, she has spools between her arms and her body and could stand any place your heart desires.
Here's a little look at the bottom of the old masher.
Need a black doll in your kitchen? How about one in an old sifter?
We haven't started putting out many bunnies yet, but I love this prim rabbit on the old wood block.
I'm crazy about this mustard candle holder wrapped in cheesecloth. Great for battery candles (by the way, the timed candles are in now too).
More and more unique stitcheries are showing up almost every day. We have them in frames, on old boards with rusty wire, in cupboard doors and windows.
Who doesn't love signs?
I wanted to share one of the other new hooked rugs. The pattern and colors are just beautiful.
I had a request for Crossroads Buttery Maple Syrup candles. We did get them and they are selling fast!
Like I said, new things are arriving daily and it's so much fun!
By the way, Holly Hills Primitives is having a Super Bowl party for all you ladies on February 5 from noon until 5. Lots of other Holly shops are jumping on board, so come into town and have some fun while your hubbies are glued to the t.v.
Are any of you having trouble with blogger? So many of you have e-mailed me and said you can't leave comments on our blog. Do you know if there's a way to fix this? HELP!!!!!!!!!
Hope you are all snuggled in and keeping warm tonight and that we see you soon.
Until next time...