Saturday, March 6, 2010
Especially for all those who love and -honor our troops--and that is all of us!
As she says on her blog: Ok so I couldn't leave out my military family so here you go guys this one's just for you!! My husband has been retired now for 5 years!! It's so hard to believe we have been out of the Army that long. Anywho, I love my military people and pray for them ALL!! I hope you guys like this!!
Ok so now to be able to register to win:
1. you must follow my blog
2. you must post this to your blog
3. please comment with your email addy so I can contact you if you win!!
Posted by Barb King of Prairie Harvest Arts at 5:05 AM
As she states:
"Check it out guys!! I am having my first blog giveaway!! Trust me this won't be the last!! I am super excited and plan on doing this on a regular basis. Anywho, I am celebrating a great month of sales during the month of February so I am offering this brand new sign that I just listed on Etsy. Entering is easy.....
1. Be a follower of my blog
2. Post my giveaway on your blog
3. Just comment and leave me an email addy so I can contact you if you win
And that's it!! I will draw for the winner on Monday the 15th so get your entry in today!!
Please make sure you check out my website and Etsy. There is a mixture of all kinds of signs on both so make sure you check them both out!!"
Posted by Barb King of Prairie Harvest Arts at 4:57 AM
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
Had to share. So happy that the candle sticks we put into Amelia's Parlor on Etsy!
Here is the link!!!!!
Thanks so much to Flash Forward etsy shop for including my candle sticks.
You can see that shop at: http://www.etsy.com/shop/FlashForward
Posted by Barb King of Prairie Harvest Arts at 12:43 PM
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
It's that time of year when we think about shearing the sheep. It is not warm enough yet but the time is coming for the job to be done. It is a chore to be sure but yields such wonderful results. The wool from the sheep is something to truly to appreciate. I love the lanolin on the wool. Good for the hands!!!!!!
This grouping of prim sheep was created when I thought of how they look just after being sheared. The shears get very close to the skin and they have little left, but it starts to back quickly. Though this is why the shearing needs to be scheduled when there is little cahnce for rain or cool weather and they must have access to shelter to protect them for a few days until all that luscious wool starts to grow back.
You can see these sheep at: http://prairieharvestarts.com/shop/ornies/crows-critters-and-such-ornies/herd-of-primitive-sheared-sheep-ornies/prod_195.html
Have a wonderful Tuesday and hope the sun is shining where you are! It is here!!!!
Posted by Barb King of Prairie Harvest Arts at 5:32 AM
Monday, March 1, 2010
OFG is a wonderful group of supportive folk artists and craftspeople who sell at Etsy.com. We help each other with business tips, advice and general support. It is an honor to be associated with such knowledgeable and caring people. OFG stands for Olde Farmhouse Gathering. and just imagine a group of friends sitting on the front porch, on a warm summer day, sipping tea or lemonade, and discussing and sharing ideas to help each other in what we are doing or how the family is doing. Sounds great? It is!
My Monday Marketplace crafter is Deena Davis of ewenmeprintables: to be seen at:
1. What is the name of your Etsy shop and why did you choose that name?
I have two etsy shops.
ewenmeprintables - I sell my printables there and
ewenmegraphics - I sell etsy shop and blog banners there
2. How long have you been on Etsy?
I started in August, 2007
3. What type of items do you offer?
Digital and printable craft projects. All can be easily downloaded and printed on demand. I also sell etsy shop banners and other graphics.
4. How long have you been crafting?
All my life. I can't remember a time when I wasn't crafting.
5. Who or What inspires you?
Everything!! LOL Sometimes just seeing something while I'm driving my kids around will spark an idea.
6. What is your favorite item in your shop and why?
Probably my printable feedsack logos. They're what I originally started with when I first started making printables.
7. Other places where you can be found (Ebay, webstore, blog).
Posted by Barb King of Prairie Harvest Arts at 4:06 AM