Great Gma's Front Porch Prims

Specializing in One-of-a-kind Primitive & Folk Art Decor

Teachers Corner Book Marker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What a great inexpensive gift for

your child's favorite Teacher!

 

With Teacher Appreciation Day coming up at many schools and the school year coming to a close soon, I thought a book marker would make a perfect gift for a Teacher.

 

The fabric has been stained and baked in.

 

The second photo is the back side of the

book marker.

 

I will be taking orders on these so please email me or use the Contact Us page to tell me how many you would like to order.

 


 

Prim Pan Clock

   

SOLD

 

Prim Pan Clock

 

I love how this clock turned out. I used an old sauce pan I found in an antique store. 

 

The painting is based off a pattern of Yvette Perrin's of Paint Puddles.

 

I used a quartz clock works that runs off of AA battery; which I will include with the purchase of the clock.

 

The pan measures 12" tall and at the widest part of the pan it is approximately 6 1/2" . From the wall it sticks out about 3 1/2".

 

Only 1 available

 

$35.00

(includes shipping within the cont. 48 states)

Love Grows Plaque

 

  Love Grows Panel

 

Definitely a one-of-a-kind item!

 

This neat panel I found at a flea market! I was told it is a door panel;  I just wished the rest of the panels had been available.

 

The panel measures 9 1/2" wide x 12 1/2" tall.  It is thin and light in weight. 

 

For the hanger, I have attached two very small eye screws and tied some packing string to each.

 

Based off of a pattern by Kim Klassen.

 


 

Penny for Your Thoughts Jar

 

 

  I have hand painted this quart sized jar with the idea of a penny rug. As a finishing touch I added an old zinc and porcelain lid.

 

What a fun way to save a penny or two!

 

 


 

 

Saltbox Prim Napkin Holder

 

  

 

This is another flea market find that I have revived. There were no salt 'n pepper shakers with it when I purchased it. I think a cute little votive would look just as good sitting on it.

 

I have left the wood show through the crackled off white paint. The house is a rookwood red color with a bit of curly smoke coming out of each chimney. There is a sliver of a moon shining down on sheep and the house.

 

 


 

The Bee Hive

 

 

 

 

This was so much fun to make and I am so pleased with how it turned out!

 

I have hand painted the words "Cloverleaf Valley Honey" on the front of the box that measures 11 1/2" L (at the widest part) x 3 1/2" H x 4 1/2" W. 

 

Inside there are five (5) little hand sewn prim clovers. If you look closely you might find a 4 leaf clover amongst them! The clovers have been coffee stained with my own blend of vanilla and spices. I then tied each clover on a twig from my backyard.

 

The chenille bees are made by me and are attached to rusty wire that has been curled. I have also stained the bees in my coffee blend. The bees are flying around a glass insulator that I have hand painted to look like the bee hive.

 

 

 

Only 1 available

 

 

 

$25.00  plus shipping 

(I would suggest putting insurance on this item because of the glass insulator).