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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Easter Tucks/Bowl Fillers ~ Prim Dolls

Hi Ya'll =0}
It's sure been busy here at the mercantile !
Been sewin' up a storm to get some things to offer to ya'll. I have a few other projects still in the makin' and hope to be able to offer 'em to ya'll very soon ;0} First up we have a set of three Easter Tucks/Bowl Fillers. These would look great sittin' in a bowl or tucked on a cupboard shelf.....
These were Handid. Grubbied up in our special grubby recipe. Then baked and then I did the stitchery on the front. They came out lookin' like ol' brown eggs. They say Hoppy Easter~ Spring Thyme ~N~ Easter Blessins.

Here they are sittin' in a cupboard.....
The set of three are $5.00 plus travelin' fees...
I have 2 more sets in the makins' They will vary slightly from these, as each one is not made exactly alike. If your interested in purchasin' just drop me an email. My email button is on the right side. They will be sold on a first come basis.


Up next we have 2 lovely Prim Gals....
They are made from muslin using a TFC Folk Art Pattern. First up is Ellie. She just loves to be out in the garden tendin' to the plants.

She's got her waterin' can ready to head out to the garden patch and tend to her daily chores....
Ellie has been grubbied up with our grubbing recipe to make her look aged. Her dress and bonnet are made from civil war reproduction fabric. Her shirt is made from osnaburg. She has jute string tied around her waist and bonnet and her rusty ol' key attached to her waist.
Ellie is $25.00 plus travelin' fees. If your interested in purchasin' her just drop me an email. Again she will be sold on a first come basis....

Meet Ellie's sister Nettie. Now Nettie's job is to milk the cow. She gets up at the crack a' dawn to go tend the animals.
Nettie has been put through the grubbin' process too to make her look aged. She was made from muslin and her dress and bonnet are also made from reproduction civil war fabric. She has jute string tied around her waist and bonnet too and carries her rusty ol' key as well.

Nettie has been sold but I still have this fabric left if you'd like to have one like her just lemme' know....
Nettie is $25.00 plus travelin' fees. If your interested in purchasin' Nettie just drop me an email. She will be sold on a first come basis as well. If you would like to know shippin' costs before hand email me your zip code and I will figure it up for ya'. I would think it would be no more than $7.00 at most. I charge actual shippin' costs ONLY no hidden fees !
I will accept paypal payments, personal checks or money orders. Personal checks MUST clear before your item(s) will be shipped. They usually take 5 to 7 business days to clear. If your interested in purchasing any item(s) just email me and I will get totals figured and email you back usually in the evenin' as I also work during the day. Any ?'s at all feel free to drop me a line =0} Don't see what your lookin' for here ? I am also in the process of adding some other wonderful sellin' blogs to my sidebar. Be sure and check back soon for their links.
Have a GREAT evenin' ya'll......

3 comments:

Pam said...

Love what you did with the eggs...great idea! They turned out REALLY cute! You do such an awesome job on your dolls! I know I've told you 2 or 3 times now but I am going to buy one but it won't be until next week.
Hugs,
Pam

Lindsey said...

i love the eggs! they would look really cute in my bowl on my coffee table lol. and i love how you wrote the things about the dolls very cute! lol.

Teresa said...

Love your dolls....Prairie dolls are my favorite....