Meet Rosa, the newest addition to my Old World Primitives Etsy shop. She is an OOAK cloth doll with a face sculpted from Paperclay. She is also entirely hand painted and antiqued.
I also must thank Heather of Audrey Eclectic for presenting me with this lovely award:
Thank you so much, Heather. I will be back after I get some more work done to tag a few people with this award.
My Old World Primitives WSOAPP Shoppe has been updated for our March 7th update with the two new items pictured below – an extreme primitive cow doll and a set of three primitive carrot ornaments.
Also, today marks the start of my retail blowout sale! I am now down to my final days of selling retail, and have placed EVERY item on Final Sale. Take a peek for some really deep discounts! I have only 1 left of many of the items that remain in stock, so if you see something you want, please grab it. Items will not be restocked as they sell out – I am closing out of my imported retail inventory so that I may turn my full focus to my handmade dolls.
Thank you all so much for all of the entries and kind comments in response to my first Blogiversary giveaway and for making it so fun to host! I just took a break from getting tonight’s WSOAPP update prepared to put all of the entrant names in the hat (plus an extra 3 entries for each of you who let me know that you posted my giveaway info on your blogs!)…. annnnd… we have a winner! Congratulations to:
I will be sending you an e-mail to get your mailing address. 🙂
The newest addition to my primitive home decor arrived yesterday all the way from Texas, and I am absolutely in love with it. Would you ever guess that this cabinet is an antique reproduction?
This cabinet is a big 78″ tall, 25″ wide, and 12″ deep. There are four shelves inside which I have used to de-clutter my crafting room. It feels so nice and clean in here now. This room of my house still needs a lot of work, and having this beautiful piece of furniture in it is now an inspiration to get the rest of that work done.
My new cabinet was handmade by Joseph Spinale – he has shops on eBay and Etsy. He uses hand planed pine and square cut nails to create his amazing 18th & 19th century antique reproduction furniture. My husband and I are already planning our next purchase from him.
Just added to the Old World Primitives Etsy Shop – a primitive folk art sheep doll.
SOLD, thank you!
This primitive sheep doll is made of heavily coffee stained muslin. He has a painted black head, vintage cotton batting tail, and antique rusty nails for legs. He wears a poem printed on heavily stained, torn paper that has been attached with two pieces of twine with some sweet annie tucked behind it. This primitive sheep is a Kentucky Primitives design, and measures 8.5″ long by 7.5″ tall.