Friday, October 7, 2011

SHE HAS ARRIVED

My Pumpkin Gall has arrived at Olde Crow Primitives. I was one of the lucky winners from Brenda's giveaway last month. Her blog is the Rusty Thimble Thank you Brenda, I just LOVE her. I will treasure her. She is very well made too. Brenda does a lovely job of making her Prim dolls. It was a beautiful day here in Southwestern Ontario with temperatures in the mid 70's. My favorite time of year. I started staining the outside of my summer kitchen today and I got one side finished. Tomorrow I have to get on the roof. Not looking forward to that. DH has been harvesting his soybeans for the past two days. The weather is supposed to be good up to next Wednesday late in the day, so he should get all of the soybeans harvested and the wheat planted. It is Thanksgiving weekend here in Canada, so I am cooking a chicken and a ham with all the fixins.
She has already made herself at home :)

And here she is again sitting on my wine rack

7 comments :

  1. Well this big gal took the scenic route LOL, It amazes me when my creations to get take long journeys to find their new home.
    I am so glad you like her Janet
    Hugs
    Brenda

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  2. Oh Janet I love her, she looks perfect in your primitive home. Have a wonderful weekend, Julie.

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  3. Congratulations Janet - she is beautiful - I so love Brenda's pieces and this is one of the best...Wow - Thanksgiving really? I guess I didn't realize you all celebrated that holiday - and had no idea of when....Yeah...duh.... Wishing you a blessed holiday....Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

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  4. oh she looks right at home...she is beautiful..have a wonderful weekend.:)

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  5. Adorable pumpkin doll! Brenda is very talented, love her work!

    Happy Thanksgiving!!

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  6. She has made herself right at home...LOL! Fits right in too! She looks awesome Janet and she does look really well made as you say. Congratulations. Also, can't wait to see pictures when you are finished painting the outside of your summer kitchen. Hopefully the weather holds out for you and for DH's planting and harvesting.
    Karen

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