Friday, February 29, 2008

Not Exactly "Period, or Primitive"

Wow! Where did February go? It was even longer this year! Now March is almost here.....and on March 1st TDIPT will be updated and officially in "Birthday Celebration" mode. TDIPT will celebrating its 1st year and the talented artists have created wonderful offerings for the party. Included in the celebration will be a huge give away. And many (including me) are offering free shipping with your purchase. I've been pining for spring lately and my offerings reflect that, they aren't exactly 18th/19th century period pieces! Although I suppose baskets, flowers and bunnies were around then?!

May Basket

I've painted a basket overflowing with flowers....tulips, pansies, lavender, hyacinth and other flora. The border is a painted plaid. This piece is made like a floorcloth....several steps in the process!

Birthday Bunny

This bunny holds a little birthday cake to celebrate! (it's not attached) The bunny is hand-sculpted out of clay with a weighted muslin body.

Please visit TDIPT tomorrow to sign up for the give away and to see all the offerings from some talented artists! Here is a link:


Cookie said...

oh my gosh....
after seeing this adorable lil punkin, you just dont realize how badly I want to get my name in that drawing!!!
She is just the sweetest, Suzanne - someone is going to be a very lucky recipient indeed!!

Joy at Cupids Charm said...

Hello Suzanne! - I wanted to comment on what a lovely blog you have! My goodness...just beautiful. I also wanted to thank you for stopping by my blog and for leaving your kind comments. I will be bookmarking you as a favorite and will look forward to more visits soon. xoxo - Joy

Eccentricities Studio said...

Oh Suzanne! Your May Basket and Birthday Bunny are ADORABLE!!! Wow, someone is going to be VERY lucky!!!

Hope you're doing well ... I'm having a "Primitives Yard Sale" ... if you're curious you can check out my blog. Still trying to get settled since the move.


Patty said...

Suzanne, I'm wanting Spring so badly too! Will it ever get here?

Your basket of flowers is a sight for sore eyes indeed, and that birthday bunny is most precious!

the feathered nest said...

Suzanne, your basket with the flowers is just beautiful. I can see you were thinking "spring" when you painted that. The bunny is cute too!


Cathy ~ Tadpoles and Teacups said...

Both are wonderful!
I'm glad you're continuing to work with clay! So sweet.

Rachael Kinnison said...

HI Suzanne! Hmmm....NOPE~ Not prim!! NOPE ~ Not early!!!! Just plain B*E*A*U*T*I*F*U*L*!!!