Wednesday, September 28, 2011

TDIPT's spread in the newest issue of Prims magazine!

We are so excited to finally see our 10 page article in print! This is part one of a two part story. Part two will be seen in the January 2012 issue.
If you haven't picked up or ordered the latest issue of Prims magazine, be sure to do so, as it's a goodie (well, actually, I've not seen an issue yet that isn't).

To order yours, click HERE!

A special thanks to Prims magazine for giving us the opportunity to tell our story, and also to Karen Brady for coming up w/ the idea. Karen organized everything, and helped to write the article along w/ the members themselves.

Also, a special thanks to the members for their contribution of gorgeous artwork, as well as their heartfelt thoughts to put in print so that everyone could read about TDIPT and how we got our start!

Hidden in the Attics' Pumpkins are fabulous to start us off!

Work from Pear Tree Primitives and Winding Vine Designs

Dogpatch Primitives and Wings and Paws Whimsies

Country Thyme Stitchery, Enchanted Woods Folk Art and Threadwork Primitives

Turkey Hollow Folk Art and Goldie loo Woodworks

Pear Tree Primitives, Two Stitchin, and Whimsical Endeavors

Curds and Whey

1897 House Primitives and Annie Beez Folk Art

Countryfolk Keepsakes and Moon Pie Primitives

The Crackling Crows and Brady Bears Studio

Thanks again to Prims, Karen, and the TDIPT members!!!


  1. Congrats to you all ! Wonderful creations !


  2. Congratulations TDIPT team!! This looks AWESOME!! I'm trying to track down my very own copy as I type. The TDIPT artists have long been a favorite of mine - one of the very first searches I ever did (and continued to do each day) on Ebay - and then I found the blog...Heaven. I am fortunate to own a few works from several of these talented folks - and this is an honor that is so well-deserved. Woo Hoo!! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

  3. What a honor! Im thrilled to be featured amoung the pages of Prims with such amazing artist. Thanks Prims & Karen! ~~Pam

  4. Wow, Karen wrote such a wonderful article and the layout is really nice. I'm so pleased and honored to be included.
    Thanks PRIMS and Karen for an outstanding job.


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