WOO HOO...is all I could say when I found out that I won eight of the hand-did ornaments from the Old Farmhouse Gathering Trim A Tree Giveaway. I could hardly believe that the German Twig that I bought last year for my livingroom would actually have some awesome ornaments on it this year. It was a little sparse last year....ha! Here are all the pics of the ornies that came in the mail this past week:
A beautiful hand painted santa ornie made from a banana gourd. Visit Jody at http://www.sweetbearcreekwhims.etsy.com to see more of her wonderful work.
A wonderful handpainted wooden mitten ornament. Visit Jody at http://www.primgal.etsy.com to see more of her handpainted works of art.
A beautiful handpainted wooden Silent Night Snowman. Visit Becky at http://www.countrylanefolkart.etsy.com to see more of her great workmanship.
A one of a kind Christmas globe with an exquisite winter santa sleigh scene that has been handpainted. The detail is unbelievable. Visit Raggedy Jan at http://www.etsy.com/shop/raggedyjan
Faux Christmas Candles (I received 6) that look amazingly realistic. Visit Lucy at http://www.thefarmersattic.etsy.com to see more of her wonderful creativity.
Delicate ribbon and beaded work keepsake ornaments. Visit Nancy at http://www.eebog98.etsy.com to see more of her wonderful hand-did items.
An adorable little mini Christmas mouse done in Christmas colors. And, of course, everyone knows that I have a very soft spot for mice :-) Visit Linda at http://www.warmth.etsy.com to see more of her hand-dids and to get your own Christmas mouser.
A beautiful, delicate lace and button keepsake ornament. Visit Susan at http://www.keepsakekorner.etsy.com
Big hugs and smiles to all of the artists of the OFG for their generous donations to the Trim a Tree
Giveaway. And thanks for stopping by to see all of these great goodies!!
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