Friday, February 6, 2009

What I've been working on


I have been busy around here. Seems that I get pulled in 15 different directions. Do you ever feel that way? Lots of things goin on, to many to name.

I thought I would try my hand at salt dough bowl fillers. I just loved doing this project. And it really didnt take that long to make them. I am very pleased with how they came out. I have them for sale on my site and I also have the recipe for sale there as well.



With me trying anything new, I was a little afraid of how they would turn out. I got them all cut out and baked them and then the thought of how to grunge (grub) them took it's toll on me. But after many steps and alot of candle wax I finally got them finished.

I have seen quite a few GW finds that have been primmed up and they all look wonderful. Everyone is doing a wonderful job revamping their found treasures. So, tell me other than TS finds what are you working on?



14 comments:

basketsnprims said...

Hi, Tammy!
Great job on those salt dough bowl fillers. I love how you have grunged them up so nicely. I'm just trying to get a few things made for Easter and doing a few baskets. Have a wonderful weekend.
Pam

Annie said...

LOVE the way these turned out! Great job! Also love your blog and website! I've been working on some spring tulips to add to some of my gatherings. Have a good weekend!

Jessica said...

Those turned out great! I love salt dough bowl fillers.

Back in the Day said...

Tammy,
I love your salt dough bowl fillers! They look prim perfect! Great job on them!
Nicole

This Country Girl said...

Tammy,

I think your salt dough fillers turned out great! Where did you find the cutters especially the crow ones? Maybe you could share the grunging process for doing this. I'd like to try this project (well Joy and I). That is if you don't mind sharing!

And as far as the cheese crocks go that I found, I hope to do something similiar to what you did with yours...as you are the one that inspired me and make me wish I had gotten them the first time around! :)

Have a great weekend, Tammy!
From "another" Tammy :)

This Country Girl said...

Tammy,

I think your salt dough fillers turned out great! Where did you find the cutters especially the crow ones? Maybe you could share the grunging process for doing this. I'd like to try this project (well Joy and I). That is if you don't mind sharing!

And as far as the cheese crocks go that I found, I hope to do something similiar to what you did with yours...as you are the one that inspired me and make me wish I had gotten them the first time around! :)

Have a great weekend, Tammy!
From "another" Tammy :)

Olde Dame Penniwig said...

I love them all but the crows are especially darling!

I'm making YO-YOs...fabric yo-yos...and having fun with baling wire I have found where they are building on the campus nearby. Yep, I'm the weird lady they see walking around picking up the rusty bits of wire...!!!

Kath said...

Hi Tammy-
These turned out super! I'm lovin the crows-where in earth did ya find a crow/cutter??


Have a great weekend-Kath

~Beth~ said...

You did a great job on those! Love them!

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

Love the fillers and I bet the crow/cutter is so cute!

Right now I'm workiing on a swap item, easy but time consuming:)
Have a great day!
Rondell

Kath said...

Thanks Tammy! :)

Debra said...

Wow- the bowl fillers are wonderful!
Wish I could say I was working on something but I am not. Taking a little break!

Jenn said...

These are great T! So perfectly grubby and look they smell yummy! I love the crow ones:)

Angie said...

They look great!