Hi Prim Girls,
This weekend I received a box that I was waiting to start my Christmas decorations. Few weeks ago, I participated in the awesome swap that Marie from Primitives by Olde Lady Morgan was hosting. She plans a fun swap where the same amount of ornies you sent was the same that would receive. I choose the maximum set... six, and this is what I received, six wonderful ornies.
First, the most gorgeous primitive snowman, a gift from Marie-OLM. I want to confess something, Marie posted a picture of the boxes that she received for this swap, and I could see this little snowman in that picture. I wanted it and I wish to receive one. The power of the mind is great because to my surprise was the first gift that I found in the box.
Marie include in the box, a bag with chocolate kisses and a beautiful tag.
Next, the cutest mitten that I ever seen, it was made by Karen from My Colonial Home. This is the first time that I see her work and it is really perfect, top quality details, simply amazing work.
Also, the her gift had this tag that I used in my tree too.
The third ornie in the box was this beautiful gingerbread man. Prim perfect! It was made by Becky from Primitives n Stitchin.
Now, this precious salt dough glittery snowman face. It was a creation of Rachel from Some where in the middle. Do you think is cute? Believe me it is.From Carmen and the Primcats I received three lovely candy canes like this. Made with a beautiful fabric and adorned with cheese cloth and sweet annie.
And the last, was this adorable blackened beeswax ornament.... a Santa's head. It smells awesome, really good. It was a creation of Amy from Bumble bee lane cottage.
I want to say THANK YOU to Marie for hosting this swap and the Blogland girls for sharing your talents and creations with me. Love them! They are now proudly displayed in my LR Christmas trees with the handmade creations of other blogland friends.
The Santa for my Giveaway is finished. I think it looks so old and primitive. I will be making the post about him this week.
Stay tune and see you soon,