Friday, March 6, 2009

Primitive Spring Strawberries


The past couple of days have been some of the nicest weather we have had so far this year. It got up to 70º yesterday! Today its a little cooler, 60º which is still great for me! I even washed the car in the driveway yesterday, it was that nice. But....rain is on its way for the weekend. I've got something new to put in my etsy shop tonight. So this is a little preview for you. Hope you like my bucket of strawberries! I think they turned out pretty darn good!

12 comments:

  1. Love your strawberries. Very prim.
    Pam

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  2. Your strawberries are so cute. Great job on them. They should sell in no time.

    Have a wonderful weekend.

    Pam

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  3. They sure did turn out good! I love how they are nestled down into that excelsior, it looks just like how real ones were packaged in the olde days!

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  4. I have to agree with you...They did turn out pretty darn good!
    Better than that even...They look fantastic!
    Have a great weekend and enjoy this wonderful Spring feeling weather!

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  5. Love the strawberries and the bucket setting.
    I made some once and then gave them in packages, so need to make some more.

    Debbie

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  6. Really wonderful prims. You're so creative. Love dropping by.

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  7. Love country style art...but yours I adore is super special. Your blog is very beautiful! i became a follower.
    Thanks,
    Flor

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  8. They do look real and so prim!

    They will go for sure:)
    Rondell

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  9. These are just adorable...love the entire arrangement.
    Karen

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  10. You are very blessed with the way you create your prims. I enjoyed reading your blog and am happy I found you. Love the pics of the eagles! I myself will see them in Dubuque when we go for a visit. Thanks for sharing!

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  11. I like all your pieces! You do fantastic work. By looking at your background , it looks like you live in a cabin? Beautiful things!!

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