Blogiversary......when I read that word for the first time I laughed:) What a fun thing to celebrate. Guess what? It's my first year blogiversary here at Front Porch Primitives. Can you believe I made it a whole year? I can't believe that so many of you have stuck around a whole year!! Ha ha...
So, to say thank you to all of my wonderful friends and followers, I have been working really hard this last month to create some special things for a Christmas in July giveaway.
I stitched this Santa pillow tuck with so much love and many pricked fingers!!! He is on a coffee stained fabric with a stained red backing. The grungy candles are dipped in wax, then rolled in cloves, and they smell spectacular.
These ginger men are my absolute favorites. I love the way they just stare at you. Sorry, I can't part with my bowl:)
The candy canes are my own pattern. They are made from foam padding and shaped with a wire hanger then wrapped in fabric and stained for a primitive look.
Pantry cakes.....they smell wonderful....what more can I say?
I never want to exclude anyone from my giveaway's so I am modifying it a little for those who are entering from out of the Country. If you live so, so, so far away:).....I will send you the pillow tuck, the candy canes and a couple of ginger men.
*I will draw the winner on July 25*
1~You must be a follower (of course) and new one's are are also welcome to enter.
2~Posting this on your sidebar gets you two entry's (just let me know).
3~ Make a blog post about this giveaway and
you'll get three entries (just let me know).
*If you don't own a blog, just post this on face book for your additional entry*
Good Luck to all!!!
All my herbs have gone to seed already. The dill was pretty, so I decided to bring it inside for the table. I just love the yellow color with the molds underneath. (Thanks again Mary for the molds)~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
I have been wanting an aged piece of music on the piano for some time now. Finally, this Sunday I got to doing it. I had an old frame I painted, sanded and stained. Then printed some music off onto some coffee stained paper. Walla......
My kids asked me to play the music so I squinted my eyes to see the tiny notes and out came a string of music I couldn't make a tune of:)
I also made some grungy candles for myself.
Wishing you all a lovely week and a wonderful weekend.
Please keep Sheila from Seasons Of Thy Heart and Trace from Granny Trace Scraps And Squares in your thoughts and prayers as they both are going through some rough times and sad days.