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Abe Lincoln

“You cannot help the poor by destroying the rich...strengthen the weak by weakening the strong...bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift...lift the wage earner up by pulling the wage payer down...build character and courage by taking away people’s initiative and independence...help people permanently by doing for them, what they could and should do for themselves." -Abraham Lincoln

Monday, March 14, 2011

Old Farmhouse Gathering on Artfire - Punkin Seed Production

Hello friends! I have found another wonderful shop for you to visit today. Please come with me while we visit Punkin Seed Production on Artfire. This wonderful shop is filled wonderful hand painted items, plus message boards. Then you will find great word blocks, made from paint, scrapbook papers and embellishments. This busy home school mom also loves to paint on vintage items, many with a shabby chic or primitive theme. All would make wonderful additions to your home or to give has a gift. You can type AFG into the search bar on Artfire to find some more wonderful shop from the team.



   Enjoy your visit and come back next Monday and visit another wonderful shop on Artfire.

7 comments:

Kristi Flanagan said...

Thank you for the feature - you have made my day. Boy do I need to get to work on my Artfire Shop! =0)

Hugs,

Kristi

Barb said...

Kristi's work is fabulous and straight from her heart! I just think the world of her.
Barb

Grammie Welcome said...

I adore Kristi's work. We are so lucky to have her in the Farmhouse.
Linda, the Mousemaker from Warmth on Etsy

Grammie Welcome said...

Rose: You are a MIGHTY BLOGGER!!

Holly Ridge Creations said...

Beautiful...Kristi is such a talented gal and we are so happy to have her as a member of A Farmhouse Gathering (AFG) guild on Artfire. A great big thanks to you, Rose, for doing these features!!

Firecracker Kid said...

Aww, Kristi makes some pretty and cute block art. She's got a knack there:)
Carol

Mrs.Kwitty said...

Wonderful shop...I love her style!! Great eye for composition and a really fun way of putting things together.
Smiles, Karen