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Hi, Primmies... I stitch reproduction antique samplers and dolls. I also have lots of great artists and their sites featured as well as tutorials and some recipes for you to enjoy. Eventually we will have our own items for sale. Until then I hope you will enjoy the content, please leave a comment on any post you wish to.

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Susan

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January 25, 2014

Valentine Cross Stitch Designs

Hello! I'm so happy to share my thoughts with you this morning.

Here are patterns from last year that I'm re-posting for creating Valentine cross stitch projects. They are all free grids for personal use. I love the red and white or cream colors. Cute as little pillow tuck tokens of friendship. Click link below to go to the blog post with the designs.

Valentine Cross Stitch Charts

I became a Grammy last November 27th to Brooks Aaron, my daughter and son-in-law's first baby. He's a healthy boy and he's smiling and laughing all the time now. I will have to do the proud Gramma bit and post our pictures of the little dear very soon! I'm watching him today and can't wait to see him. I need to get to sleep because Ashley wants an early start.

I have lots to catch up with you. Until then ...

Susan


September 16, 2013

Quick and Easy Grungy Rusty Tin Luminary | Tattered Sisters Primitives via 'Blog this' posted link

I love this fast and fool-proof method of grungy/rusting tin cans or buckets, scoops, anything metal. You may already know about
Rustoleum textured spray paints for rusting objects, but I like how
simple this  (click following link) 
Grungy Rusty Tin Luminary by Tina of Tattered Sisters Primitives is to make:
See how easy and cute?? Thanks, Tina.

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From SweetPepperRose: Clay Pot Wreath Tutorial via "Blog this"

I came across a post from JoAnn for this great Clay Pot Wreath. She did a fantastic job on the tutorial.\
Thanks, JoAnn!





Click SweetPepperRose: Clay Pot Wreath Tutorial:

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August 30, 2013

Eye Candy: "Babes from the Woods" by Kathy Patterson

Here are some new Queen Ann Woodens from fabulously talented Kathy Patterson. She is an amazing doll artist. Just look at the clothing on the doll on the right, and her "trousseau". Click the link below to visit Kathy's blog:

"Babes from the Woods" by Kathy Patterson: Here is what is happening in my studio right now.................:

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July 25, 2013

Even I Can Do This!!

Gooseberry Patch has lots of free recipes all the time. This recipe came from Mostly Homemade Mom on the July 17th blog post from Gooseberry Patch the Blog. 
I've been staring at my cherry pie filling in the cabinet every time I open it. Finally! Something besides cherry pie (I like to have different treats every now and then). I didn't have sugar cookie mix in the pouches or the rolls, so I made my own and followed the recipe. Yum!
I hope everyone is doing well and having a good summer. It's way to humid here for my health! It was so bad one week, the mister had to go to the hospital because he couldn't breathe! Ugh...
It's so nice right now, and it cooled down a lot from the 90's. The mister actually talked about living in Arizona! Is he crazy?? He said it's dry there. Yeah, and it's like a hundred and five degrees!
Still doing radio frequency procedures on my leg nerves and back. Some have worked for four months, a couple didn't work for more than a month.
I've got to build my strength up to get out and about more!
Have a wonderful weekend everyone.

Click Mostly Homemade Mom: {Easy} Cherry Pie Sugar Cookie Bars: for recipe
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Hugs,
Susan

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