Saturday, August 22, 2009

Primitiques and Samplers

I have been working on the Samplers store and site shooting pictures of the Samplers and Primitiques items together. We will have a plethora of these goodes at the up coming Country Living show and I wanted to put a few photo's up for all to see. We don't have our booth number yet but will let you know when we do. If you have any questions about any of the items in the pictures please feel free to call or email either Beth or myself.

This DARLING shelf was a piece I picked up from Beth at the Cash N'Carry. I had it in my shop 45 minutes with these beeswax n'clove nubbies and it sold. I am NOT KIDDING!!! Now I am thinking I should have kept it. Here are just a few of the many hanging candle shelves available. They are ALL UNIQUE and ALL ONE OF A KIND!!!

I tend to buy the unique Primitique pieces with the extra missing chunks to mix with my Samplers Goodes. I found a wonderful assortment of Primitiques hand turned bowls at the cash n'carry in varying colors. They look great and display so nicely with all of my primitive drieds, potpourri's and candles. I have taken pictures of a few.

This is one of the nicest bowls. It is 17" and is colored pumpkin over spicy mustard. It is by far one of the BEST fall color pieces. I am currently using it to display my simmering potpourri and pumpkin votive chunks.

I love stacking my bowls in my displays. This is the dark pitch bowl from an earlier picture inside a salmon bowl with dirtly white accents. I have my pumpkin tapers, fall simmering potpourri and a few cloved oranges accenting this display.

This is a putka garland and the pumpkin chunk votives I mentioned earlier. They are scented in a pumpkin spice blend with a hint of cinnamon. The bowl is the chippy side of the salmon bowl from the previous picture. If you have noticed in all if not most of my pictures I have a large Primitiques paddle behind the display and under the display. These paddles are so universal. I have them under candles, primitive jars, bowls, stationary packs and an assortment of goodes. They are both beautiful and functional. Beth and Bill always have a variety of colors and sizes at the shows so remember to just get on in there and DIG.

Here is a close up of one of the large candle paddles so you can see the details in it. I also have a picture of it leaning against an old door so you can see the entire paddle.

1 comment:

Aimee said...

I love this post. I can smell the pumpkin already and it just makes me think of fall...

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