Appalachian Folk Art by Kentuckian, Rebecca F. Miller Campbell. Featuring handmade One of a Kind (OOAK) signed, numbered, primitive art dolls, paintings & bits of whimsy from the hills of Eastern Kentucky.
This is my workroom. I’ve never really shown it to you because it seemed like there was always one last project I wanted to finish before I took pictures. It never felt quite photo worthy. I realize now, my workspace will never, ever feel quite photo worthy and there will always be one more project… [Continue Reading]
This charming little lady is Patty. She’s a sleeping pink pixie full of sweetness. I like to think that once she awakens, she’s responsible for fluttering around, sprinkling moments of tenderness and sweetness onto our lives. Patty is my newest offering for the PFATT Marketplace which will be “live” today, Feb. 10th at 1 PM… [Continue Reading]
You don’t want to mess with Santa. No, really, you don’t. Don’t let those rosy cheeks and kind eyes fool you. He has an army on his side– a whole slew of Christmas characters and woodland creatures who have his back. It could get messy…and glittery. It’s best to just be nice to the man… [Continue Reading]
It’s so felt like Christmas the last few days. We were fortunate to have all the beauty of ice hanging from lacy branches and limber pines, without the ugly that goes with it….like power outages, tree breakage and hazardous roads for days on end. For that, I’m very thankful. At 1 PM EST today, PFATT… [Continue Reading]