Thursday, December 1, 2011

Check It Out...A Few Last Christmas Prims!

Now that I'm pretty much caught up with my orders, I've been SO much happier! And when I'm happy, I tend to get my creative mood going again! I love sitting at my table with a bin of tucks of all kinds at my side. I start decorating the tuck(s), and when they're done, I search for the perfect container, wreath or base for it. That's the fun part of creating! I just finished up a few new pieces and hope to do at least two each night for the rest of this week. And then I'm done for the year. I just love the vintage sifter gathering above. It can be found in my Christmas category, along with the two piece below.

This little enamelware pitcher is so unique. I just love the shape and size of it. It's nice and worn with rusting spots throughout. This is definitely a one of a kind piece perfect for your prim, rustic or country home!

I decided to go bright and cheery with this piece above. I just love vintage enamelware!

These snowman icicles are my newest tucks...although they were started LAST year! LOL! I have a couple more sets coming that I started last year as well! Sometimes you just look at something over and over before you can figure out how you want to finish it! That's the way it's been with theses and the two sets coming! FINALLY!

And I have one set of these still available. I had held them back thinking I would use in a gathering. If they don't get taken, I may still do something with them later in the week.

These last three pieces are in the Attic Finds category of my shop. The handsome snowman above is just so neat looking. He sits so nicely on a covered one inch wood base. He's made of warm and white batting and has glitter and mica scattered about. He looks vintage, but I don't have a clue whether he is or not.

I picked this up from a lady who was closing her booth down at one of the local antique malls and had everything marked down quite drastically. Now THAT'S a blog post in itself. I'll have to tell you about my conversation with this lady in another post....VERY interesting, to say the least! LOL! Anyway, this adorable bear needed a good home and he was going for a good price. I'm not a Boyds bear collector, but thought maybe someone out there would like to adopt him. He's over on my website as well.

And finally, this was another piece I got from this lady as well. Actually, she had two of these and I bought both...I'm keeping one for myself. It is such a nice piece, the size of a hat box. I just fell in love with it.

So if you get a chance, hop on over to my website and check out the few things I have left. I still have a few candle mats and some pin keeps, too, as well as some other gift ideas. And make sure to check back each day this week to see the last few new pieces I will be adding this year. Thanks so much for dropping by today! ~~Annie


  1. All so the enamelware!

  2. Everything you make is so beautiful! I just bought a sifter...I wonder if I could put something together with it! I'm glad you're feeling less pressure! Happy holidays! ♥

  3. Love the red vintage enamel-ware
    that you paired with the prims. I fell in love with prims a few years ago and I must say...your's are a work of art! Thank you much for sharing them.

    Hugs and Best Wishes,

  4. Love all your new items, Annie! You always come up with the neatest things.
    Happy Holidays to you & your family!

  5. I was wondering where you'd been, Annie! Glad that you're getting caught up.

    Love your new stuff, especially the very first one. Is that a sifter he's sitting in? Too cute!



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