Oct 16, 2008

Super Spooky Candle for Halloween

Doesn't this look like all those great drippy candles in your Halloween imagination? It's the work of Dave Lowe, a very talented professional prop and set designer. And he has posted an excellent tutorial, so you can make your own.

Skull is optional.

Oct 14, 2008

Tonight's the night for the TDIPT Mercantile website update, Be sure to visit, there are so many wonderful pieces to see! I have some new offerings, including .....

A set of Primitive Indians with a Turkey

A pair of Primitive Pilgrim Crows with Pumpkins

Little Primitive Mouselings

Also, don't miss the great recipes TDIPT members have been sharing on the group blogTo Dwell in Primitive Thymes"

Oct 4, 2008

More Halloween Treats

More of my decorating for Halloween. As you can tell from the photos, I have a great fondness for little cubbyholes! Such fun to fill with seasonal objects.

This piece came from some old garage. I found it at the Hwy. 127 "Worlds Longest Yard Sale", that runs past the end of our road.

This cubby and the table it sits on are in our entry hall. I found them in different times, while we lived in California. The big doll on the left is from the TDIPT Fall Swap this year, and was made by the very talented Ragpatch Primitives. The Pumpkin girl, on the right, is from last year's Swap, and was made by Alleghany Annie.

Save the vintage images for your own Halloween projects!