Hey ya'll. Since everyone is giving stuff away, I thought I'd get in on the action. I'm giving away one of my Prim Pockets. Just leave me a comment letting me know you're interested in the drawing. The drawing will take place next Thursday morning, May 29 at 9:00 a.m. DST, so make sure your comments are in before then. I'll post the winner shortly after that so you can email me with your address. I'd like to ship this to the winner on Friday morning, May 30.
While you're here, how 'bout checking out my sweet friends at GTPF. They're having a great give away too. Just click on the link in my previous post. And check out all our links for more great items and blogs.....you'll really enjoy these wonderful talented ladies.
This is a cute different door greeter. It's made from a black gingham pocket. It's full of Sweet Annie sprigs and has a grubby tag with "Welcome" fastened with a rusty safety pin. It also has a rusty wire hanger with a plaid homespun bow. It measures 4" wide and 5" high not including the hanger. This would look so cute on a door knob, or hung on a front door or stair case. It also can be hung on a peg. A cute addition to any prim decor.
Hey ya'll! My name is Vickie, friends call me Vic. I make prim tags, soap, candle tarts, wreaths & swags, potpourri and anything else that might seem fun. I also offer prim decorating items and western items. I own and operate Peddler's Junktion Thrift Shoppe. I'm married to a great guy, have 2 grown "kids" and 4 grandkids. Have a spoiled Jack Russell named Tippy, a red heeler named Patsy and a yorkie/maltese named Po. We all live on 2 Much Farm in Camden, SC. We call it “2 Much Farm” because we started out with 2 acres and 2 horses in the TOTAL woods and while we were clearing it solely by hand we would always look at each other and say “This is just TOO MUCH”. The horses left a few years ago, and miss them still to this day. (Don't miss all the work tho !!) I play keyboard with my drummer husband and we also DJ together. I have truly been blessed in my journey on this earth, and thank the Lord Jesus Christ for all His blessings and for loving me and watching over me.