Decorating ideas in the farmhouse primitive style, gardening and cooking.
Sunday, January 22, 2012
Hello on a Chilly Sunday Morning!
There is a pot of chili simmering on the stove, the coffee is on and snow has finally made its appearance in our neck of the woods. We got about 8 inches total from 2 separate snowfalls the past few days. It does look pretty out my back window for sure!
I don't do a lot of Valentines Day decorating, but I did add a few prim hearts to the trencher on the kitchen table. Today is computer/sewing room closet cleaning day. I have put off doing this for many months and it is BAD. One thing about living in an older home is the closets, or lack of them. This one is narrow and deep, with 3 shelves at the very back. I am not even sure what is on those shelves because they are behind everything else. Maybe there could be treasures! ( I doubt it) The floor of the closet is covered and deep with candle making supplies, craft material, and heaven only knows what else, so that is the project today. I want to make a batch of candles this week. Have a great Sunday!
Hello, I have loved and decorated in the primitive/farmhouse style for over 30 years. I love to shop for antiques and love garage sales and thrift shops. I like to try to repurpose things that I already have and live a pretty thrifty lifestyle. My husband and I live in a late 1800's farmhouse style home along with our 3 children and numerous cats and one dog in Massachusetts. We have lived in this house for a year and a half. We have been collecting antiques for many years. I am always thinking of new ideas for display of my beloved prim accents, and wanted to share them with others. I will also be talking about my prim style gardening when the seasons allow, family life, pets, cooking and whatever else comes to mind.