Old Farm Wire Basket filled with Autumn Pleasantries
Primitive Autumn Fall Soy Jar Candle Unique
Farmhouse Old Stoneware Jug Vegetable Seed Label
Mustard Seed Box Stickney and Poor's Beautiful Rendition
Primitive Antique Tin Grater 1800's Unusual Form
HAPPY INDIAN SUMMER
I wanted to add a new logo to our site but was a bit puzzled as to what the outcome would be. The summer months are upon us however Autumn is just around the corner. Hmmm, so I came up
with an Indian Summer theme I hope you will enjoy!
Glowing fireflies are taking flight surrounded by landscape that promises a rewarding harvest with a full moon lighting their way. Someone
has been busy making apple cider and the crop is deliciously sweet this year because of all the rain. These lucky squirrels are taking advantage of the basket filled with acorns by the front door and
know it will be refilled when needed. The male fireflies glow their little hearts out to attract a mate and if the female likes him she will glow back! Quite a response don't you think! Love is in the
air and so is the gentle wind that will soon bring crisp evenings that require a cozy woolen sweater! In anticipation of Autumn, my favorite time of year, I hope you will find a special offering that
will make you and your homestead deliriously happy!
I want to thank Amy for the wonderful graphics she added to this logo including getting all of the male and female fireflies in sync! I just
love her! :)
If you have not already subscribed to this very special magazine called "Mercantile Gatherings" please do. The autumn issue will be shipped August 31st and features lovely homes decorated in the primitive style with whispers of autumn magic sprinkled throughout! I am so honored to be a part of this magazine as a contributing writer and photographer… including the Autumn cover shot! Here is the link that will take you directly into this beautiful website where you can get your copy today! Thanks! https://www.mercantilegatherings.com/
The autumn season begins on September 22nd so I thought I would start a little early decorating. What about you? I hope these next images will inspire you as we welcome this colorful time of year in our homes and our hearts! Enjoy!
An old field cradle, one of my favorite antiques found in Ohio about 20 years ago holds a primitive mix of pumpkins, gourds and corn. A collection of whisk brooms hang just above while two hearth brooms stand ready and await a witch or two come "All Hallows Eve"!
This cabin dressed in appropriate 18th century attire seems to beckon all for a cozy respite flanked by colorful maples! Checkers anyone?
An early open hearth fireplace awaits a huswife that will prepare a tasty supper including pumpkin soup that will warm the heart and soul.
What a glorious fall day out in the country where majestic mountains abound! Just smell the fresh air and take in all the bright, enchanting splendor this season has to offer! Makes me hungry!!
Are you ready? Halloween is coming and all I have to say is, "Only Primitive Witches Gather Here"! :)
I sure hope your day is going better than this poor Hen's!
Thanks so much for stopping by! :)
Many fresh offerings of antiques blended with whimsical ideas will
be added daily. I hope you are able to visit often. If you
have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me! I am always here to help! :)
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What is up on the site is just a small portion of what I have available. Many ~New Offerings~ to look forward to
including fresh Artistic Creations.
In dedication and tribute with all my love to Simca and Friends!
Amy, my graphic artist deserves recognition for all of the wonderful hard work, dedication and talent she
added to this site. Without her help, this journey would
never have been possible. I have been truly blessed to have found her! Thank you Amy for making my dream a