Thursday, April 24, 2008

ART for the Ravin' fans of POE

I've just finished these two OOAK paintings. They are listed on Etsy and Ebay.

Perfect for us POE lovers!
Thanks for lookin',

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Happy Earth Day!

Be Green!! Plant a tree. Recycle, Reduce, Reuse. Turn your lights off. Ride a bike. Carpool. Grow flowers, herbs and veggies! Buy earth-friendly. Live simply. Use solar when you can. Be conservative on your water usage. Shop at a thrift store. Re-gift. There's so much we can do when we are Aware! :)
Hug a TREE!

Wednesday, April 16, 2008


Just a quick note to say, today, is Wednesday! It's Woden's Day or Odin's Day.
SMILE and enjoy :)
Sunday is named after Sunne (Sól), Germanic goddess of the Sun, from which the word Sun is also derived. The practice of naming the seven days after the then known "planets" goes back to Babylonian or Egyptian times and was adopted by Greeks and Romans.

Monday. It gets its name from the Moon, which in turn gets its name from Mani (Old English Mona), the Germanic Moon god. The Japanese word for Monday is getsuyōbi (月曜日) which means day of the moon.

Tuesday: The name comes from Middle English Twisday, from Old English Tiwes dæg, named after the Nordic god Tyr, who was the equivalent of the Roman war god Mars, and Greek god Ares.

Wednesday. The name comes from the Middle English Wednes dei, which is from Old English Wēdnes dæg, meaning the day of the Germanic god Woden (Wodan) who was a god of the Anglo-Saxons in England until about the 7th century. Wēdnes dæg is like the Old Norse Oðinsdagr ("Odin's day").

Thursday comes from the Old English Þūnresdæg (pronounced [θuːn.res.dæg] or [θuːn.res.dæj]), meaning the day of Þunor, commonly known in Modern English as Thor, the god of thunder in Norse Mythology and Germanic Paganism

Friday comes from the Old English Frigedæg (pronounced [æg] or [æj]), meaning the day of Frige, the Germanic goddess of beauty, who is a later incarnation of the Norse goddess Frigg, but also potentially connected to the Goddess Freyja.

Saturday is the only day of the week to retain its Roman origin in English, named after the Roman god Saturn associated with the Titan Cronos, father of Zeus and many Olympians.

And there you have it.
A reason to Celebrate!!

Voodoo Mood

GoOd MOrninG!!
Lately my creating mood has slid over into the 'slightly bazaar' category. I'm a bit strange, I admit that!, I have up for grabs, Voodoo Dolls. I have 4 different ones listed.
"The Baron Samedi", "Maman Brigitte", "Peace Love & Harmony", and "Ancestral Protection" dolls.

These are truly Primitive dolls.
Celebrate, Create and Grow!

Monday, April 14, 2008

NEW!! Lizzie Borden doll on Ebay!

New, from Moonchilds Primitives :)
Don't miss this primitive OOAK doll on Ebay.
Miss Lizzie Borden!
Her dress is completely handmade as is intended for a replica of the one she wears after being found not guilty at her trial in 1893. She's holding a pear and a hatchet.

Xtremely Prim Witch Dolls

Find these finished Extreme Primitive Witch dolls at:
My Poppy Shoppe at Lemon Poppy Seeds!!
Great dolls for any witch lover!

Must Fly~

NEW--on Prim Sisters Talk Radio

Go to:
to listen to my segment and to take advantage of my Bumble Bee Epattern
at a discounted price of only $3.50
This week ONLY!!

Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

No April Foolin'

Hey yall, it's April 1st~
beware the Prankster!!

I wanted to let yall know, I have a couple of new listings at my Shoppe on Lemon Poppy Seeds.
Here's the link:

There's new listings on the 1st and 15th of each month. Sometimes, inbetween too! Check in often.
Have a beautiful Spring day~
Happy Primmin',