Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Laundry Swap Bootie!

I joined in on a Primitive Laundry Room Swap hosted by Char @ The Pickle Pepper Patch a while back, my swap partner was Kim from Up On A Hill. And today, my package came in the mail. It was so fun to open it. I swear to you I was giddy! :-) Everything is so awesome! I think I may be the luckiest swap partner out there! Thank You again Kim! I have showed my beauties to everyone that even came close to coming in my house today, and each time I did, I could hold them and look at them again! I LOVE MY PRIM GOODIES KIM! When I get my out of control mudroom/laundry room over hauled, I'll post some pictures. :-)

This little towel was made from an old salt bag. In the light you can still see the words. I love it!

These little baby socks are so sweet! They have holes in their toes! They are a treasure!

I love this little peg rack! I love the colors.

Kim was so brave to send this in the mail! But I'm so glad she did! I love the label and the clothes pins.

I love this little heart chalkboard! It reminded me that even doing the laundry, life is good and I am blessed. I have lots of clothes and none of us are in need......and what a fun idea to make a little prim chalk board!!!


Thanks Char for the fun! Hay fans, Don't forget Chars newest swap.....Primitive Porches!

My Mom brought me home a prize from her last trip to the city. These way cool apron patterns! I have plans for these babies!

I love aprons. I NEED aprons!



Parkers said...

How fun for you. I love the salt towel, oh I love it all!
So you have apron patterns for us to make aprons.

Linda / Behind My Red Door said...

What a cool swap!! Very sweet!!

Have a happy and blessed Easter! hugs, Linda

Lex-a-roo said...

Your creativity is amazing how do you do it all. This Kim you're talking about seems to be on the same plain.

Parkers said...

What is a pantry cake?

Lee and Angie said...

What fun laundry swap stuff! I noticed new things in the house last night:) I believe I am going to have to be in on the retro apron making when thing settle down...I mean after the baby decides to come! Love ya!

Eric and Caralee said...

That makes me want to make aprons!
Yes, we have a much longer growing season here then Utah. It starts sometime in March (this winter was longer then the past two, otherwise we could have planted a few weeks sooner!) and usually goes into October. Very nice!

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

You certainly had a wonderful swap! Love the towel and stitchery too:)

Karen said...

you certainly did get some wonderful goodies in this swap.
If I had the extra time I would give anything to join one of the swaps now and then. But I can enjoy them through all you girls.
Hugs, Karen