Tuesday, April 29, 2014

TOMORROW EVENING on Early Work Mercantile...

Here's a sneak peek at my newest offerings!!

"Don't let 'em get your goat."

I've always loved that expression.
It seemed fitting for my Folk Art Goat.

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My next creation was inspired by my sweet mini Dachshund. His name was Hans. I was blessed to have him for 15 years. We had to say goodbye to him a month after we moved into this ol' farmhouse.
He was as smart as a whip and literally flew through the air when I'd throw his tennis ball.

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Hans was so cool, (back in the late 80's) my dear friend would pick him up in his Fiero (remember those?!) and they would "cruise for chicks."

He would tell me, "A girl can't resist a guy in a sports car with a cool Doxie." ((giggle))

I'm not sure how lucky either one of them got, but they sure did have fun driving around town.

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So be sure to swing by after 6pm to see more photos!
You can click on the logo below to go directly to my selling page.

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Hope to see you there!!

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Primitive Stars said...

Wonderful creations, your so talented. We also had a sweet wiener dog growing up, Penny, Blessings Francine.

Cookie said...

oh my gosh... I love them all!!
I need to share the doxie with a couple of friends. love your stuff, goob!

Countryfolk Keepsakes said...

Thanks, guys. ♥ How I loved my Hans. He was my first Doxie. After we had to say goodbye to him, we bought another Doxie, Hannah. She definitely kept us on our toes. ((hee-hee))
We always said she was secretly plotting to rule the world.
She could have too.
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