Take a step back in time this November
as we celebrate on the TDIPT Mercantile with a
Each of our very gifted artists will be creating something special and unique with a colonial flair that is sure to make it an exciting month of celebration!
during the entire month of November with our
♥ Christmas Open House ♥
Nineteen of our very talented artisans have graciously donated amazing handmades to make this celebration as captivating for you as it is for all of us!
Entering the drawing is so easy!
To qualify to win one of the wonderful gifts shown below, simply join our Mercantile Blog Mailing List OR Leave a comment on our Blog!
If you are already on our mailing list, worry not - you are already in the drawing!
The Drawing will be held on November 21, 2010
Following that, each artist will be contacting their lucky recipient so be sure to check your inbox and your spam folder for any stray emails.
You will have until Wednesday, Nov. 24th to respond.
within the continental USA.
But we want everyone to participate -
pay for the shipping.
We do hope that you will JOIN US for the FESTIVITIES!
And now, without further adieu, check out the amazing gifts that are up for grabs from our very generous members:
Big Brown Dog Primitives
has donated set of 5 Christmas tags
made with images from Vintage Christmas Cards
has donated this sweet Swamp Rat
has donated a 5x7 Giclee Reproduction of Oliver
Crowsnest Pass Primitives
has donated a precious mousie pinkeep!
Diamond K Folk Art
has donated a gorgeous snowqueen perfect for anyone's tree!
Eat Crow Primitives
has donated a lighted colonial house and boxwood tree
has donated a Colonial Christmas Vignette,
complete with rustic Country Church, trees and figurines
Hot Metal Mama and Nostalgic Folk Art
combined their efforts to offer this wonderful mache' snowman standing next to a fireplace
Meadowbrook Cabin Primitives
has donated a Buttery Cupboard / Wall Pocket Hanger
Moon Pie Primitives
has donated this precious stitched pinkeep
Pear Tree Primitives
has donated this 5 1/2 X 8" Hand painted NOEL wooden plaque
Prairie House Primitives
has donated this gorgeous Santa cupboard
has donated a sawdust stuffed pinkeep
1897 House Primitives
has donated a fantastic santa in a winter stocking!