Prims and Whimseys to bring a smile

Glad you stopped by!I'm a midwest girl who has been sewing and creating all my life.
My passion is handmade Prims and Whimseys, with much attention on every little detail.
I strive to offer creations each month that have personality and character -
which includes me having a bit of fun creating in the process!
Hope you visit often!
Karen DeGreve (aka Cookie)

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Lavender Fields reminds me that spring is just around the corner. This Rabbit Pull Toy is just speaking to my heart! Isn’t she the sweetest with her cheesecloth scarf to protect her on windy Spring days. It's hard to make out in the photo, but she has a raw wool tail needle felted. BE ADVISED: ** This creation has been created and decorated *one-sided* only, and is not intended to be used as a toy. This is strictly for decoration purposes only.

Lavender Fields has sold, thanks much!

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We have two lilac trees outside our front window where Robins choose to build nests every single Spring. It brings great joy as the beautiful blue eggs hatch and the fledglings grow stronger to leave the nest. With that sentiment, I present this Nesting Pouch with mama Robin and hungry babies. It would be a beautiful Front Door hanging to greet all visitors as they enter your home. Or you could adorn your home as a lovely wall hanging. Actual pocket measures 10 1/2" tall x 7 " wide and comes with a simple sturdy thread for hanging. Did you know ... If a Robin flies into your life, she represents grace, tenacity, perseverance and assertion while teaching how to embrace new beginnings with faith and trust!

This piece has sold, but I have materials to make another Nesting Pocket.
If you are interested, shoot me an email!

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LiL Hare and her raggedy Ann are two of a kind (in Lil's eyes, anyway). She thinks they look *exactly alike* - from their matching clothes right down their mary jane scoots. Annie is holding a sign that says "TWINKIE" and her rabbit ears are permanently attached. LiL Hare is mounted to a rough and rustic piece of barnwood and holds a juicy prim carrot.

** Be Sure to Click the Photo to see more Photos of LiL & Annie **
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