I love creating Primitive & Folkart dolls and I incorporate that love into each and every handmade item I create. I simply love every minute of it! Here in my little home-based shop I value quality over quantity. I take my time and put lots of attention to detail into every single original One-Of-A-Kind piece of art I create, along with imagination, uniqueness and whimsy! I don't have anyone working for me. I create each and every doll, every stitch, every detail from start to finish by myself. When you add one of my items to your home you can be assured that it was completely handcrafted by me and only me. I use only high quality materials to create my art. I make sure that my items are solid, sturdy and well constructed. I realize that my items aren't just a decoration for one season, or one holiday. I know they will be brought out year after year, or on display every day of the year. Some will be given to loved ones and special friends as gifts or even handed down to children and grandchildren... they become part of a family and a home so I make sure each one is very special. I use only non-toxic materials in the creation of my art and nothing that I use has a chemical odor. The only scent my dolls will have are the wonderful, pleasant, heart-warming smells of coffee, tea, cinnamon and vanilla. I use hypoallergenic stuffing and my items are created in a completely smoke free and clean environment. Of course: Every piece of art I create has to first receive Scampers "Kitten Paw Print of Approval" before it enters my shop! Scamper is one of our cats, and he loves to hang out on my work table to supervise and help with everything I do! Every piece of art is signed and dated by me, and stamped with a little paw print. I enjoy knowing that the items I create with my whole heart, here in my home surrounded by the love of my family, will be treasured by my customers as a part of their own homes and families! God Bless, Wendy Marro

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Baking Memories Snowman And Baking Theme Tree!! LAST ONE!!

Available In My Etsy Shop!

"Baking Memories' Primitive Snowman Vignette.

This has been a super popular seller for me for 2 years, and I'm now ready to retire this item! So this is a super-duper version and completely ENCRUSTED with ornaments because I used all the rest of the supplies I had for them on this one!

Box is 13.5" X 9.5" And the tree overall including star on top is about 23" tall

There are 3 antique gray flour sifters, 2 antique gray whisks, 2 different antique gray baking pans, 1 antique gray heart cookie cutter, 4 or 5 flour sacks, many little wooden rolling pins, many MANY little gingergread cookie ornaments in the shapes of trees, stars, snowmen etc, there's little brown gingerbread ornaments and many little candy canes and peppermint candies, I have also tied lots of homespun ties onto the remaining branches in pretty plaid prim colors ( green, red, brown, mustard), and the tree is strung with electric lights! There is a black metal prim star on top ( look closely in the photos, and click ZOOM to view close-ups and details!)

The tree is glued to the bottom of the wood box, which was first lined with pretty homespun fabric. The wood box was hand painted in a pretty burgundy/prim red with rusty tin snowflakes on the front.

Snowman/lady is made from soft fleece which has been hand stained in coffee and vanilla with a little cinnamon. She has a hand stitched face with black bead eyes and a cinnamon stick nose. She wears clove buttons and a fleece head scarf.

This is allso perfect as a gift for anyone who loves to make cookies, gingerbread or any other goodies during the Holidays or for that snowman lover you know! I have one in my kitchen and I love it when it's all lit up :-) It reminds me that every time I'm baking Christmas cookies I am actually making memories ( Baking Memories) :-)

Comes Signed And Dated On The Bottom Of The Base By Me.

Made in a smoke free/feline friendly home with love.
As always Cozy Creek Primitives items are meant for displaying and decorative purposes only!

Designed and created by Wendy Marro

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