One of my favorite styles to create is Primitive Country.
I have been making my own style of primitive country for years.
I sell a lot of that style locally at festivals and shows.
So I am over the moon to share that I am within the pages of the current issue of Prims from Stampington and Company.
It is a great issue for fall and winter.
Let's peek at a few inspiring projects within this issue.
There are so many cute characters.
I am going to make some of these great pumpkins and turkeys from Renee Tousignant.
I love the simplicity of her designs.
This fabulous ghost would look haunting on anyone's front door.
Angela Clark Prater is brilliant.
This little primitive pumpkin gal is just the right amount of sweet from Trudy Honeycutt...
There are pieces from Chuck McClenning that look like authentic vintage Halloween pieces.
Once I refine my skills, I may attempt something as fabulous as this cat from Carly Smith.
If you are already thinking winter, have no fear...
There are plenty of those too.
Like these little guys from Char Hosea.
Or this little guy that utilizes a recycled can from Heather Ledyard Hodges.
I am definitely going to work on some pieces that this project will inspire.
And nestled in the gallery pages are these little guys and gals...
Made from socks.
How do I know?
I made them....
And here they are...
I am over the moon proud.
I made this little block snowman too.
So, is primitive country a style that calls out to you?
If it is and you would like a chance to win a copy of Prims for yourself, leave a comment below about your favorite project shown and you will be entered for a chance to win.
A winner will be chosen next Tuesday and announced Wednesday here on the blog.
Stampington will send it right to you.
Thanks for stopping by....