A big thank you goes out to Jenny of Wonders of Whimsy and Nancy of NT Dolls for presenting me with this award – I am very grateful and honored!
The rules of this award 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:
Here is a sneak peak of the witch make-do that I will be offering for sale at my WSOAPP shoppe grand opening on September 7th:
Tracy of Farm Girl Dreamer was nice enough to present this award to me the other day:
Thank you so much, Tracy! It was a really nice surprise to receive this award from you. Now I need to pass the award onto 7 other blogs – it is extremely difficult for me to pick just 7 since I have such a long list of favorites, so here are 7 of my favorites at random:
I will have more new creations to share again soon too! This month I have been busy working on custom orders, goodies for the WSOAPP Halloween swap (my package went out on Friday, I hope my swap partner enjoys it!), and new dolls for the September 7th launch of my WSOAPP shoppe. I just finished a primitive witch for my shoppe and hope to be able to finish at least one other new doll in time for our grand opening. Unfortunately I have vacation plans overlapping our launch date, but I will get everything set up before I leave, and respond to any orders/inquiries when I return home on September 11th.
The Whispered Secrets of a Primitive Past (WSOAPP) group that I am a part of has a new fall/Halloween theme on our homepage! Mare and Brenda have done such a great job of making the site look amazing. And I am so honored to have one of my primitive cats featured in the new website banner!
Stay tuned to the WSOAPP homepage, we have some exciting new things in store for everyone starting next month. September 7th will mark the Grand Opening of the group’s Member Shoppes, which will be linked from WSOAPP.com.
I am back from Canada and ready to start working on the custom orders that await me – while I get back to the sewing machine, here are some photos from my trip that I have to share.
Reenacted living quarters inside an 1810 gristmill in Delta, Ontario
Display inside an 1810 gristmill in Delta, Ontario