Want to know where I got some a that stuff?
The Cinnamon Bun and Family stitchery patterns were from Chestnut Junction. The cinnamon buns are faux and I made em myself. I have more for the fall/winter craft show season. I also made those little pantry cakes under the fly screen in the first pic. Very easy to do but very time consuming. I've been looking for some cute molds to mass make. You can google pantry cake and recipes will come up if you want to give it a shot. The little muslin mouse in the colander I made, but as I'm not a really great sewer I had to give him an "operation" on his neck to make him proportionate. The homespun hides it well though...
In the 3rd pic is my beloved Spice, Rolling pin, Spoon Rack by Fire Cracker Kid on Etsy. the listing is actually my shelf. Carol and her husband do a fantastic job and it is such high quality work for the prices! I want one of everything in her shop!!! See that wee baby mouse on the bottom shelf of the rack. It is so sweet! I ordered her from Vermont Harvest. She smells Divine and the detail is perfect!! Doreen sent this mouse (and a free walnut which is hanging in pic 4 below) most wonderfully packaged in sweet dried grass and shredded paper. It looked just as if a mouse had made a nest in the box. It was enchanting. I saved it of course. I'm planning on buying a few more mousies from her!
free pattern by Jennifer Taylor Gass. Her blog is a wonderful source of primitive decorating ideas too!
You can also see that walnut I was talking about earlier! Mmm! It smells so good!
Primitive Bettys freebies. She has a ton of freebies and links to tutorials on her blog!
Picnik the free(!) photo editing site. It is truly awesome!
NOW you should have enough links to keep you clicking all day! And hopefully I have made up for not posting so much! Have fun clickin!