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Primitive tree

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Love the various items (apron, bonnet, quilt)...  Makes you wonder about life in that setting....maybe a "smokehouse" where she smoked meat to preserve it....

Walker Homestead is dedicated to creating an 18th century experience with a country antiques & primitive goods shop, heirloom gardens, plants & herbs. We are located in a 1698 Saltbox in historic Brookfield, Massachusetts

Learn how to make these primitive mini Christmas trees with homespun fabric, wooden dowel, metal star and birch wood pillar stand. Fits right in with rustic country Xmas decorations. Holiday craft ideas that kids can make. Easy crafts for the holidays. Simple Christmas gifts. Country Farmhouse Christmas style inspiration.

Learn how to make these primitive mini Christmas trees with homespun fabric, wooden dowel, metal star and birch wood pillar stand. Fits right in with rustic country Xmas decorations. Holiday craft ideas that kids can make. Easy crafts for the holidays. Simple Christmas gifts. Country Farmhouse Christmas style inspiration.

She ties a bunch of fabric scraps to a wooden dowel in a wood pillar....the result - rustic Christmas decorations! Click for a full tutorial!

This easy-to-make fabric Christmas tree with homespun fabric is the perfect rustic Christmas decor for the mantel, shelf or tablescapes.

Summer Sundays: Fall is definitely here.....

The leaves are gorgeous in Missouri and falling like crazy. Perfect time for an antique show at Dry Creek Cabins just outside of Dixon, Mo. It was a beautiful day but cool. They always have a fire going and a big black pot of chili cooking. Just a wonderful place to spend a fall afternoon. It's so much fun and such an escape to visit this wonderful place. I've been trying to work on all the things I've gathered for Leola's Holiday Open House.... Seems like we just did this! Check out my…

I said in a post last week.. The holiday's are EVERYWHERE!!! It's gotten me in the spirit of purchasing decor already! This year, however, w...

I said in a post last week.. The holiday's are EVERYWHERE!!! It's gotten me in the spirit of purchasing decor already! This year, however, will be a little different since I will be in my own apartment. It is a small area with not much room to decorate let alone a tree. It just won't be the same without a tree though! So with a little help from Pinterest, I present to you decorations for small spaces! Via I think this tree is super cute in what looks to be an old fashioned chips can. Love…

Today I Wandered...

Good Morning Friends... I hope this morning finds you all safe and warm, and enjoying this wonderful and festive time of year!! I have been so very busy the past few days that I haven't been home much at all...going here and there, having a house full of family and friends over for Thanksgiving dinner, a couple of trips up north, tagging the perfect "live" tree for my sitting room this year, a little bit of Christmas shopping, and putting up lights, colonial inspired decorations, and…

Scupadine Vine Tree

We completed several DIY holiday projects, and I've already shared a few on the blog. However, I want to dedicate this post to an item that we are head over heels for at the Manor! One of my favorite stores is Pottery Barn. Sadly to say, my wallet doesn't always love it. I still find so much joy in looking through their catalogs to look for ideas from their fabulous items and make them our own. I want to share with you now the Manor's version of a holiday item from PB. Scupadine Vine Tree I…

DIY Rag Trees - these are made out of dowels to desired length, and torn home spun fabric in Christmas colors, a rusty tin star, raffia, and a piece of branch that has been cut on a band saw and drilled in the middle to accommodate dowel.

About four or five years back, my MIL was making these trees as gifts for her kids for Christmas. I was living with her at the time. No joke; she is a great lady and living with her proved it more to me. Any way, these are made out of dowels to desired length, and torn home spun fabric in Christmas colors, a rusty tin star, raffia, and a piece of branch that has been cut on a band saw and drilled in the middle to accommodate dowel. I can't find the original instructions or I would post them…