Saturday, August 30, 2008

WSOAPP Market Street Shoppes Grand Opening Sept 7th!

I am very proud to announce that I will be selling my wares on Market Street Shoppes Grand Opening is September 7th!! Click Here to look at our home page and all the talented artists who will be selling their wares!
Be sure to mark September 7th on your calander!!

Thursday, August 28, 2008


Aunt Manny's Creations is having a giveaway, and a pretty cool one too. She is giving away a set of her Witch Potion Bottles...Click on her link in Favorite Blogs, and fly on over and enter!

Ha! Ha! Ha! Beat You To It!!!!!

Well I guess I am in for it now from Michele of Holly Tree Primitives.....
I beat her out of giving the Primitive Excellence Award to Deanna, of Nanny Goat Primitives by an hour...but she said just kidding....Check out her blog and the Olde Prairie Register....
You will be glad you did and be sure and stop by Nanny Goat Primitives and let Deanna know she is special.....
Speaking of special, Brenda & Jan of Old Harbor Saltbox are two very special people, they are United States Air Force wives....Their husbands are stationed in Alaska and they spend many months without their husbands, while they are protecting our nation....Please let them know how much you appreciate their sacrifice!!!

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

I got An Award!!


I received this unexpected honor from Aunt Mannys Creations..
Check to the right for her awesome blog...

Once an award is received, the rules are as follows:
Put the logo on your blog.
Add a link to the person who awarded you.
Nominate at least seven other blogs.
Add links to those blogs on your blog.
Leave a message for your nominee on their blogs.
My nominees are

Country Road Primitives
Nanny Goat Primitives
Kims Prims and Whimsies
Love The Prim Look
BirchBerry Farm
Old Harbor Saltbox
Grits Greens and Cornbread

"How to Print on Fabric"!!!

I was searching the internet and found this tutorial and thought you could use it...

"How to Print on Fabric"
*Freezer Paper
*Sheet of printer paper (or ruler)

Step 1: Gather your Supplies

Step 2: Take your muslin, lay it out flat and trace around your printer paper onto it. Now cut out your fabric. It should be the same size as your printer paper, or slightly smaller. Larger will not work, so make sure it is just slightly smaller than your piece of paper. Now, you will also trace your printer paper again, but onto your freezer paper, making it the same size as your printer paper. Cut out both your fabric and freezer paper.

Step 3: You are now going to "fool" your printer into thinking it is printing onto paper! What you need to do is take your iron, set it on hot with NO steam. Take your freezer paper and with SHINY side up, place your fabric onto it. They should be an almost perfect fit. Now iron your muslin onto the freezer paper. They will adhere to one another. That is the reason for the shiny side being up, as this side sticks to your fabric. I just work the hot iron around the fabric checking the edges to see if it is stuck together. This doesn't take long.

Step 4: Once your fabric and paper are one. You are now going to feed this into your printer as you would any piece of printer paper. Just remember as to which side your printer prints onto, as you see mine goes in upside down.

Step 5: Now the fun begins, printing onto your fabric! Choose whatever now it is that you want to print onto your fabric. You can print out vintage images, sayings, quotes, doodles...the sky is the limit! And all you need to do is hit....PRINT! Your printer will feed your fabric thru just as if it were printing onto paper!

Step 6: Pull your fabric from the freezer paper. Now you can cut or tear away your images, stitch your doodles, or make them into small pillows, etc. The sky is the limit!!!!

Monday, August 18, 2008

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Ebay Listings!

Well I listed 20 fall patterns and 24 Christmas patterns on eBay the past couple days....
Also listed the fall hay, straw hats, pumpkins, flax tow waste, rusty bottle caps, drab brown flour sacks, early looking whisk brooms, rusty square headed nails, rusty safety pins, dried oranges and some womderful ginned cotton batting...
Be sure to take a look in my eBay store....
You are sure to find something you need...

Friday, August 15, 2008

Not Your Usual Green Bean Casserole!

Are you tired of the same ole, same ole every Holiday Season!
Well I have a different take on that standard Green Bean Casserole....
You will surely love this one!

2 bags (16 0z each) frozen French cut green beans, thawed
1 can (10-3/4oz) condensed cream of mushroom soup
1 cup Cheez Whiz Cheese Dip
1-1/2 cups hot water
1/4 cup (1/2 stick) margarine
1 pkg (6 oz) Stove Top Stuffing Mix for Chickens:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees...Mix green beans, soup, and Cheez Whiz in 2 quart casserole dish

Add water to margarine in medium bowl; stir until margine is melted.
add stuffing mix, stir just until moistened. Spoon over bean mixture.

Bake 30 minutes or until heated through.

Makes 14 servings, 1/2 cup each....

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Washing Clothes Recipe!!

Never thought of a "washer" in this way before...imagine having a recipe for this!!!
Years ago a southern grandma gave the new bride the following recipe:
This is the original recipe, with spelling errors and all.


Build fire in backyard to heat kettle of rain water. Set tubs so smoke won't blow in your eyes if wind is pert. Shave one hole cake of lie soap in bolin' water.

Sort things, make 3 piles
1 pile white,
1 pile colored,
1 pile work britches and rag's
To make starch, stir flour in cool water to smooth, then thin down with boiling water:

Take white things, rub dirty spots on board, scrub hard, and boil. then rub colored don't boil just wrench and starch. Take things out of kettle with broom stick handle, then wrench and starch,

Hang old rags on fence.

Spread tea towls on grass.

Pore wrench water in flower bed, Scrub porch with hot soapy water. Turn tubs upside down..

Go put on clean dress, smooth hair with hair combs. Brew cup of tea. sit and rock a spell and count your blessings.

Paste this over your washer & dryer. Next time when you think things are bleak, read it again, then kiss that washer & dryer and give thanks...Every morning you should hug your washer & dryer, and also your toilet...those two-holers used to get mighty cold! And we thought we had it rough!