Thursday, November 26, 2009


The happy couple at the reception

Amy and her girlfriends at the Reception

Curtis and Amy after the ceremony contemplating life

Granny was getting a little chilly waiting for the shin dig to start. Setting with Granny is my cousin Peggy Ware of Richmond, Va.

Curtis and Amy's Wedding


Well we finally pulled it off. Our youngest Son, Curtis and his girlfriend Amy tired the knot on Saturday, the 21st of November. It was the most wonderful wedding. They kept it simple, using hay bales and lights and candles for decorating and they made the most beautiful couple. There were about 60 plus guest and we had the service here at our home. I have never been more happy. The Reception was held at our dear neighbor's house, Arleen Reinhardt and she could not have been more gracious. There were a lot of happy tears and well wishing all the way around. We are so happy to welcome Amy into our family.

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Miz Molly Hanging The Flag


This is one of our custom made Vacuum Cleaner Covers. This customer requested a patchwork like dress bottom made out of Colonial Civil War Replica fabric. She turned out so special. The bottom part was made into a quilted pattern using the vintage like fabric.

Original Artist Prints


We are finally ready to offer the most awesome prints from a well known local artist, Curtis Patton. His photography has been in many local and regional gallery showings and was commissioned to do the State Fair Of Virginia a couple of years. His work has been displayed in the senate chambers of our State Capital and is well known in the photography circle of artists.

See More Fine Prints at:

http://www.ginnymyrtprimitives.com/catalog/prim-photographs-c-202.html

Welcome To Our Blog

My Dear Friends and Customers

We would like to welcome you to our blog and do hope you grab yourself a nice cup of tea and settle in for some down home goodness and many country blessings.

In the up coming months we will be adding many items to our blog including freebies and tips that you won't find anywhere else.

We intend to take as much pains with this blog as we have our home site:
www.GinnyMyrtPrimitives.com

Our blog will feature only a sampling of our site and from time to time items you will find you can't do without. Living and growing up in Virginia and so close to our great heritage of Williamsburg we have found ingrained in our soles many of the same humble beginnings and feelings that were brought here from the beginning. Your will find the crafts, whether it be hand sewed dolls, or other home decore items, they will have the primitive feel of days gone by.

Again Welcome and Thanks For Dropping By and Sitting A Spell on Our Front Porch of Primitives