Monday, November 1, 2010

Happy November!

I dont know how it was at your house, but in my neighborhood, we had a record number of kids on Halloween! It was a little chilly out but hubs and I sat in lawn chairs out in the driveway, passing out candy to all the the kids dressed up in some pretty creative costumes. I was very glad to see many parents accompany their children through the neighborhood this year – and it just made for a great night or safe fun!

We have some exciting news to share from the TDIPT Mercantile!
We are hosting our 3rd Annual Open House and celebrating all month long with a Colonial Christmas theme. As in past years, we will be offering wonderful giveaways by the talented TDIPT artists as well!

To qualify simply sign up for the TDIPT Mercantile newsletter here:
You will also receive an entry for each item that you purchase from TDIPT from October 31st through November 20th.
So be sure to check out all the lovely offerings from the TDIPT artists and start your Christmas shopping from the comfort of your own home! What better gift than a handmade one of a kind artist creation…

In honor of the Colonial Christmas celebration, I have created a clay and paper mache Belsnickle Santa – he stands 17” tall and comes complete with flowing lined robe and primitive star in hand.

Please stop by my page and check him out in more detail~
and be sure to join us in the festivities!


Tina said...

He is so great. I love the cape and that face is so sweet! You always do such lovely work.

Nan ~ Threadwork Primitives said...

What a wonderful creation, Cookie and he totally fits the Colonial theme. Great job!