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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

FREE 12 to 24 Month Girl's Apron Pattern from ORP...

http://www.oldroadprimitives.com/catalog.php?item=447
***FREE*** 12 to 24 Months Girl's Toddler's Ruffled Apron Pattern 
Isn't this the cutest little apron?
We "love" ruffles here at ORP!
You won't believe how easy this apron is to make!
The best part is...it is ***FREE***!
It's a gift from me!
Enjoy!
Please click HERE to download this FREE
"darling" little girl's ruffled apron pattern!
Please "share" this FREE apron pattern with
all of your family and friends!
God Bless & Happy Sewing!
Kim
 

Sunday, June 4, 2017

Meet "Mr SnOwman" the Snowman Gourd from ORP...

Hey, everyone!
I hope that you all are having a "great" summer (so far)!
Ours is busy as ever with yard work and gardening.
After the crazy winter that we had, we aren't complaining.
It feels great to be outside again. 
The other day while at our local "ma & pa"
hardware store I happened to notice some dried gourds
hanging out on their front porch. They were for sale,
so I bought one and then went back for more. Needless to say,
I'm on a "gourd" kick! Yes, I said, "gourds"!
Look what you can do with a simple dried gourd!
This was "Mr SnOwman" before he became a snowman!

Here are the simple "basic" instructions for making "Mr SnOwman" gourd...
This is a total "no sew" snowman! I started with my little $2.00 gourd.
Gave it a coat of heirloom white spray paint. Traced the face with a Prismacolor pencil.
Painted the face features. Let them dry well.
Watered down some burnt umber craft paint for a stain.
Stained the whole snowman gourd. Wiped the excess stain off.
Let the snowman dry one last time. I used the upper end of a sleeve
from an old red sweater that I purchased at the Youth Ranch for the hat.
Embellished the little gourd snowman with some Christmas greenery and berries.
Finished the snowman off with a coat of sealer and then some glitter.
Here is the "best" part...if you don't like the face that you painted simply
wait for it to dry, sand it lightly and then start over!
It's that easy and forgiving!
Here is "Gourdon" the silly lil' Scarecrow!
The steps for making "Gourdon" are the same as Mr SnOwman
except for he got a dash of cinnamon at the end instead of glitter!

Please feel free to ask if you have any questions!
Wishing you all a really great summer!
Kim


Monday, April 17, 2017

Making an Appearance in Prims Magazine...

Look who made the Spring/Summer issue of "Prims" magazine!
http://www.oldroadprimitives.com/catalog.php?item=421
 Yes, ORP's "Junior" Bunny made his an appearance in
the Spring/Summer issue of "Prim's" magazine!
You can find the pattern to make "Junior" HERE!
"Junior" is a "fun" one to make!



Wednesday, March 29, 2017

***NEW*** Americana Raggedy Ann & Andy Pattern...

http://www.oldroadprimitives.com/catalog.php?item=446
***NEW*** pattern for spring 2017 from Old Road Primitives...Americana Raggedy Ann & Andy...the firecracker kids!  What's more American then apple pie?  You guessed it, Raggedy Ann & Andy.  Every little girl in America grew up with one or both of these raggedies.  This is a really great universal pattern.  In this pattern you will learn how to make both Raggedy Ann & Andy.  You'll also learn how to do both a button eye/embroidered face and a painted face.  You get to decide which type of face you prefer to make.  This pattern also  comes directions for making the "darling" little firecrackers.  You'll also receive the template for the little "vintage" style postcard.  This pattern comes with easy to follow step by step directions along with detailed pattern pieces.  You are going to "love" working with this "Old Road Primitives" pattern.  This Americana Raggedy Ann & Andy are 16" Tall, 8 1/2" when sitting.  This is a "2 for 1" pattern...two little raggedies for the price of one pattern!  Thanks for stopping by to view this new "Old Road Primitives" pattern!

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

We're hopping down the "bunny trail" here at ORP...

 Hey, everyone!
After a crazy winter with record snow here in Idaho,
ORP is finally "hopping down the bunny trail"!  :)
Let's just say that we are so ready for spring!
I wanted to let you all know that we will be having a 
"bunny" sale in a few weeks!
This is one of ORP's "sweet" bunnies that will be available!
No pattern for this bunny, that means that she'll be a
"one of a kind" bunny!
Isn't she adorable with her hand-painted face?
This "Spring Thyme" Bunny is 14" tall, 9" when sitting!
Please  stayed tuned to our Facebook page for more details
on this bunny sale!

Thanks for stopping by today!
Kim

***NEW*** Lil' Belle Bunny Pattern from ORP...



***NEW*** spring pattern for 2017 from "Old Road Primitives"...Lil' Belle Bunny with her "baby" carrots!  How "sweet" is little bunny Belle?  Belle has a round head that has been "aged" to perfection.  You will learn ORP's trick for "aging" in this pattern.  Belle has a "darling" little face that is easy to paint.  Simply follow our "easy" to follow painting directions to create your own "darling" little bunny face.  In this pattern you will also learn how to make Belle's "baby" carrots.  The baby carrots are made from simply rolled out clay that is dried, painted and stained to give them that great "aged" look as well.  Lil' Belle has a cute little "pom-pom" tail and she is weighted so she sits nicely on most surfaces.
http://www.oldroadprimitives.com/catalog.php?item=441
This pattern comes with easy to follow, step by step directions along with detailed pattern pieces.  You are going to "love" working with this ORP pattern.  Lil' Belle Bunny is 10" tall.  Thanks for stopping by to view this "Old Road Primitives" pattern!

***NEW*** A "Polk-a-Dot" Bunny Pattern from ORP


http://www.oldroadprimitives.com/catalog.php?item=440

***NEW*** pattern for spring 2017 from "Old Road Primitives"...~A Polk-a-Dot~ Bunny!  This is ORP's first new pattern of the year!  Here we have a "cute" little bunny hanging out in a darling little "polk-a-dot" bucket!  You are going to "love" making both the bunny & the bucket.  The little bunny has a super simple "one body" pattern piece.  Basic sewing here!  This "cute" little bunny can be made up in no time at all with few supplies needed.  How cute is this "darling" little bucket?
http://www.oldroadprimitives.com/catalog.php?item=440
In this pattern, you will learn ORP's technique for turning a simple bucket into this darling little  "vintage style" polk-a-dot bucket.  This bucket would also be cute with some prim little carrots or some vintage style eggs in it.  The possibilities are endless!  This pattern comes with easy to follow, step by step directions along with detailed pattern pieces.  You are going to love working with this "Old Road Primitives" pattern.  This Bunny in the "Polk-a-Dot" Bucket is 10" tall.  The bunny alone is 7" tall.  The bunny can stand alone if you fill her little bottom with some fine sand for weight.  Thanks for stopping by today to view this new "ORP" pattern!

Friday, November 25, 2016

ORP's ***NEW*** Messy Haired Ginger...

 Today, I wanted to "share" ORP's newest Christmas ginger!
She's called, "the messy haired" ginger!
Who says a ginger can't have hair?
 This lil' ginger is "cute as can be"!
She even has a little bow in the back of her dress that matches her cute little bloomers!
This "messy haired" ginger, along with a new matching snowman
will be ORP's first Christmas pattern out some time next year!

I hope that you all had a Happy Thanksgiving yesterday!
Kim


Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Fun NEW St Nick & Frosty Candy Jars Pattern...


NEW pattern for Christmas 2016 from "Old Road Primitives"...St Nick & Frosty Candy Jars!  How cute and fun are these little canning jars filled with Christmas candy?  These make great teacher's gifts, neighbor gifts and/or party gifts!  We "love" painted face here at ORP!  They give so much character to an item.  In this pattern you will learn how to make both the St Nick & Frosty candy jars.  This pattern comes with each face template.  Painting these "darling" little faces is easier then it looks.  This pattern comes with easy to follow, step by step directions along with detailed pattern pieces.  You are going to "love" working with this "Old Road Primitives" pattern.  These little candy jars are 8" tall to the top of St Nick & Frosty's hats!  Thanks for stopping by today to view this new Christmas pattern from "Old Road Primitives"!

Friday, November 4, 2016

New fun Snowman Ornies Wreath from ORP...

 New "fun" Snowman Ornies wreath that I made for our
local "Festival of Trees" using ORP's
 There are so many "fun" ways to use these "cute" little ornies!
 They can be "tucked" into wreath, trees or packages!
Just wanted to "share"!
Have a great weekend!
Kim