Wednesday, April 8, 2009

More Dru Ann McCarty Originals to Share

I was absolutely thrilled when I saw the mail lady come up to my door with this huge box. Oh yes, I love receiving packages and when they are big packages.... it makes me even more thrilled. Well, I received my Dru Ann McCarty box today and was thrilled with my goodies that I put a bid on. I put my first bid on Mr. Roote and isn't he just such a cute rabbit? I also put my other bid on this candle holder. Isn't it just so unique and prim? I have it hanging in my family room from a shelf. Here - take a look.
Here is Mr. Roote. He arrived just in time for Easter and he looks great in my entry way. Here is his new home. The extra goodies in the wooden bowl are suppose to go in his bag, but I thought they were too neat to put in the bag so I placed it all in a wooden bowl that I had. Yep, they look great - don't ya think?
Here is a close up of Mr. Roote's face. Isn't he just the cutest? Definitely my favorite rabbit ever. The detail that she puts into her creations is amazing. She is definitely one talented gal.
Here is yet another close-up of his face. Doesn't he look like he could talk?
Here are the eggs that are suppose to go into his bag. They are actually gourds.... aren't they just the neatest? I think I need one more for a total of 3, but for right now the 2 will do just fine.


Hope you all are having a great day. It is in the 50's here in Ohio today and sunny which is quite lovely after snow and cold cold temperatures yesterday. I am working on some makeovers from the thrift store and also enjoying the sunshine coming in my back windows. I love sunshine!!

I am also off to visit my parents for a couple days. We are leaving tomorrow and guess what!?! WE ARE OFF TO AMISH COUNTRY AGAIN. Oops, sorry! I didn't mean to scream, but I am just so excited to be going back to Amish Country and visiting with my Mom and Dad. Uh yes, I get pretty excited over small things, but that is one thing that my husband loves about me : )

Did you all see my firkin that I re-did? Well, if you didn't then you better take a look at the previous post. Yep, I am pretty happy with the changes that I made and love it even more now that it is completed. Well, I better run for now. Talk to you all more in a couple days!!

24 comments:

carolyn at cranberry crossings: said...

Cute, cute, cute! Lucky you! Is the candle holder made from an old chain? That looks so familiar for some reason.
Enjoy your new goodies!

Ann said...

You are right, bunny is CUTE. Have a fun time and trip with your parents. ~Ann

Pam said...

Lisa,
I love your bunny. Dru is very talented. Enjoy your goodies.
Pam

UPON A HILL said...

I LOVE evrything that you received. Very cool stuff!

~Judy~ said...

Lisa...LOVE THAT BUNNY!! I want one. Can you please post her website or E-Bay name please? You are so lucky to get to go to the Amish country all the time. Hev a wonderful Easter with your family.

Hugs...Judy

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

Hi Lisa,
Oh, lucky you again going off to Amish country! Can't wait to see what you bring back:)

I love that bunny...she does do wonderful work, I'll be waiting too on her ebay name or website?
Have a great time.
Rondell

Janene said...

Those are great!
I too love when the mail lady has to pull into the drive...it means goodies are on their way!
Have a great time in Amish country!
It has never disappointed!

kathy said...

Oh, I just love your new goodies, especially that bunny....you are soooo fortunate to have some of Dru Ann's wonderful creations!!!!
Hope you have a great Easter weekend in Amish country with your parents...you are blessed!
blessing, kathy

Anonymous said...

We hubby and I are going to
Amish country next week.
We have not been there for 2 years! And we only live
20 mins from Charm. That
beautiful little Amish town.
Enjoy
Susan in Wooster OH

cynthialeedesigns said...

Hi Lisa,
Your bunny is sooooo...... cute!!
Lucky girl...getting to go to Amish country all the time.
DH and I are waiting until it warms up alittle more, but we are heading there soon...it has been years since we were there.
Have a great time visiting your folks.
hugs, Cindy

Susan said...

Mr. Roote is a cutie! Have a good trip to visit your parents and the Amish country!

Susannah said...

That bunny does look like it could talk to you! Gorgeous work. You will enjoy him for years to come.

Enjoy being with your parents and Happy Easter to all!

Country Acres Primitives said...

Chiming in to say that bunny is awesome, so darn cute! I'll be watching for her Ebay name too! Hope you have a great trip :)
Jennifer

Kath said...

Hi Lisa,
Love your new goodies, the rabbit is just wonderful!
Have a great time this weekend!

Happy Easter to you and your family!!

Hugs-Kath

This Country Girl said...

Oh he does look like he could speak! He is full of personality, that's for sure! I love your new bunny!

Have fun in Amish country! Lucky you!

Oh and you asked about the red on my pantry door....It started as Cabin Red which was "too pink" for me. So I took it in to Lowes and they worked with it adding drops of this and that to custimize it for me to get that shade. I've since used that can, but had them try to match it up again and they came close but didn't get it exactly. They made the next one with a little more brown. I can try to find the original can out in the shop and see if there's a way to get a sample from it somehow if you'd like. Just email me if you do! I do love that color. It's just the shade I wanted!

Have a great day, Lisa!
Tammy

Jayne said...

Guess I got my comment in the wrong place. Just wanted to say how wonderful your bunny is. I saw him in her picture trail but he was already sold. You are lucky! Jayne

Terri(TerriBoog) said...

Just found your blog and have really enjoyed looking thru all your posts. I love the bunny!!!!

Janet - underthewillow said...

Hello Lisa!....I am doing some blog hopping this evening and hopped right onto your's to see the wonderful goodies you got from Dru at Cinnamon Creek Cabin!....I love her stuff too!....your Mr. Roote looks absolutely wonderful in his new home!....Happy Easter to you and your's! Janet :)

Linda / Behind My Red Door said...

LOVE your bunny! Have a fun and safe trip!!

Have a happy and blessed Easter! hugs, Linda

schutt6 said...

OH I LOVE it when I get goodies from Dru!! her work is just AMAZING!! I have a few of her pieces but REALLY want one of those bunnies!! I miss them every time it seems...LOL!
he looks WONDERFUL in your home and yep I agree those eggs needed to be on display as well! :-)

Raggedy Angel said...

That Bunny is the best!
You did a great job on the firkin...love it too! Beth

Stacey said...

That bunny is just adorable! How clever to put those eggs into a small bowl beside the bunny. I think that just looks primfect! :)

Oh ~ love the candle holder too.

I just know you will, but I gotta tell you to have a great time in Amish country with your parents. We will have to plan a day to meet. Oh I just can hardly wait. :)

Love and hugs,
Stacey

Karen said...

Hi Lisa, you always have such fun and interesting posts! Glad I folloow you!

Love Mr Bunny and I'm envious of your very primitive candle holder!

HAPPY EASTER
Hugs,
Karen
http://mycolonialhome.blogspot.com/

Backwoodsprim said...

Hey Lisa,
You are always coming up with the neatest finds.....I do believe your prim candleholder is a piece from an old horse "single-tree"....it actually was attached in the middle of a long wooden piece(with hooks on each end)
that would connect the work horse or mule to the piece of farming equipment along with "trace chains"(behind the horse)....such as a harrow or plow...I'll see if I can ask my FIL if he can let me take a picture of a complete one for you....
I like your rabbit too....I've met Dru before and their shop isn't all that far from our's.....

Have a wonderful Easter!