Hello, everyone! I cannot wrap my mind around the fact that Thanksgiving is next week and Christmas only a few weeks away. Time has gotten away from me this year, I mean seriously where did October and half of November go? Is anyone else in the same boat?
It seems I was glued to the TV for awhile watching the effects of the horrible storm on the east coast and then it was the election. I pray for all of those affected by the storm. It breaks my heart to see the devastation in New York and New Jersey. I hope everyone gets their power back soon.
I wanted to do a quick post to remind everyone of the Log Cabin Christmas at www.earlyworkmercantile.com
I have been busy stitching and have a few new things. I’ve also been working on some huge beeswax orders the past month. I’ve only made a couple of baskets and that was at the kitchen table. We had to take our woodstove out of the shop so my dear husband is putting in a gas wall furnace for me and he’s almost finished. I can then resume working on orders and I thank you all for your patience. PLRASE click on picytres for a larger and better view. On my ipad part of the picture is cut off . Thanks so much.
Just a couple of pictures to share with you, I will be updating my selling blog very soon as well.
Covered paper mache box, very distressed, below
7 inch distressed covered box below
primitive pure beeswax snowman candle with tea light
A gathering of makedo santas.
Awesome beeswax angel with aged paper wings, flax hair and rusty wire hanger
“Believe” beeswax cupboard hanger
Pure blackened beeswax belsnickles, these are also available in creamy antique white.
Primitive aged stocking with stitched belsnickle
Perfect sized pinkeep for those trenchers. This one is in blue and brown.
It seems as though I have gotten carried away with picture sharing. If you see something that catches your eye, shoot me an email. Perfect gifts for that prim loving friend or a treat for yourself.
Happy Thanksgiving to you all. I wish peace, plenty and joy.
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