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Monday, February 9, 2009

My Handmades

10 comments:

This Country Girl said...

Gosh, it would be hard for me to pick a favorite of all your handmades....I loved so many of them...the sunflowers & crow, the hearts, the flag...

You're very talented!

Tammy

Back in the Day said...

Love your gingham hearts and tulips too! I made some sunflowers like that a few months ago and couldn't keep them on the shelves! Great work!
Nicole

BirchBerry Farms said...

Hi Sweet Tart----oh Carla--your weather is always so nice it seems---probably cuz it's warmer there heh? I bet you are hankerin to get out in the garden pretty regular--I always loved when you would post your garden pictures---like tip toeing through the TULIPS!!! You are such a FABULOUS Gardener! How's the family and you all doin?

Pam said...

I like that Carla.....Love your handmade items

Have a wonderful day
hugs pam

Country*Road*Primitives said...

Thank you Pam :) I put it on my website and I could share it here as well, so YOU are the first person to see it because I didn't come and look at it LOL! I need to put it in a more permanent location on here :) You are always so sweet... a keeper!! xox

Country*Road*Primitives said...

Thank you Tammy... I've only been sewing for 3 years hehehe! xox

Country*Road*Primitives said...

Thank you Nicole... My daughter drew the tulip head and I made it a bit bigger, but the drawing wasn't curved like the flower head came out... I redrew another with the petals out like a parrot tulip and need to get to work on making more. The first practice one looks cute, a bit smaller and curved outward. My other daughter, the critic, said they looked like pitch forks ROFL!! Yours, I'm sure were much prettier :) xox

Country*Road*Primitives said...

Hi Renee :) Yes, our weather is much milder than yours and I am thankful for that. We get just enough snow and today we are getting rain. It feels about 60 outside now. I am very excited about getting out and cleaning off the oak leaves off of the beds and uncover sprouting daffodils!! xox

Stacey said...

Those are ALL ABSOLUTELY ADORABLE! I just loved looking at them and I'll admit it, drooling over them as well. :) I absolutely love your blog. :) Such talent I tell you!!!

Blessings,
Stacey

Country*Road*Primitives said...

Thank you Stacey :) You always make me smile ~ xox