Monday, July 26, 2010

Some Harvest/Halloween Hand Mades for Sale

I cannot believe how so much time has passed by since my last post! I want to Thank everyone for their kind words and well wishes. It has been a rough road lately but I am bouncing back and getting back my creative mood!! I have a couple items in the works and am listing a few Harvest/Halloween items. Some items are made from other artists. I will also be listing a few of my primitives in the next day or two, so please check back.

If you would like to purchase and item, please email me letting me know which item you are interested along with your name and address including zip code at Sweetpeasprimitives
I will email you back with a total including shipping. All prices are US funds.

This witch and cat set made by Angel and the Crow. The witch measures 13 1/2" Tall X 5" Wide and the cat measures 8" Wide X 6" Tall to the tip of his tail. Both item are perfectly prim and made from muslin!
SOLD!! Thank you so much!!

This primitive cat ornie was made by Raven Hare's Cabin and measures 8 1/2" Tall X 8" Wide. It is made from muslin with a special cinnamon coating for that extreme primitive look!

This set of Witch shoes were also made by Ravens Hare's Cabin and measure 11" Long. They are also made from muslin with her special grungy coating! These would look great anywhere in your prim home!

This set of two wooden chunky pumpkings were made from an unknown artist. They measure 3 3/4" Tall X 3 1/4" Wide and the other 3 3/4" Wide X 2 3/4" Wide. They have a stick stem and a rusty tin star on them and would look great on any prim shelf!

Price for Set of Two Chunky Pumpkins $6.00 US plus shipping.

The last item for sale today is a Harvest Sampler made by me! It measures 11 1/4" Wide X 9 1/4" tall.
Price for Harvest Sampler $9.99 US plus shipping

Thanks so much for visiting and please check back in a day or two for more items for sale!!


WoolenSails said...

I am glad to see you back and enjoy seeing the new prims and patterns.


Sweetpea said...

Thank you Debbie! I am glad to be back!!