Sunday, 12 December 2010

*A FRIENDS FESTIVE HOME*



SARAHS' PRIM HOME
Here in the U.K we have quite a few prim lovers and we are a very close community..some are  talented crafters Maggie at a Primitive saltbox ..Maria at The Cinnamon shack to name a couple (click and take a peek) and make the most gorgeous prims and some are collectors who buy their prims from around the world..I have a very dear friend who lives not far from me around an hours drive..Her name is Sarah and she has a most welcoming home..I visited her this week to exchange our Christmas gifts and have a real ol' natter..She had sent some pics of her displays and I asked her if she would share them with my bloging pals..I know we all love taking a peek inside prim homes... 
Here are a few of her pics..
I hope you all enjoyed a tour of sarahs' prim home this Christmas..Thank you my friend for sharing ♥..
only 13 sleeps till Santa arrives and the excitement is growing in my home..Keep warm everyone a Prim Blessings..♥

15 comments:

Brenda said...

Hi Angi, thanks to you and Sarah for sharing pics of her home...prim beautiful!!

Brenda

Linda ★ Parker's Paradise said...

Lovely, lovely pictures.
She has many things that I can only covet! :)
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Trish-Ladybug said...

Lovely Photos of Sarahs Prim
Home... Thanks for sharing

Winter Blessings

Lorna/Live Oak Primitive Peddler said...

Hi Angi, beautiful pics!! Thanks for sharing.
Blessings,
Lorna

Mel said...

Thanks go out to you for sharing the pic's of your friends lovely home.
I really love the gray colored cabinet/hutch... that would look nice in my home too.

Lots of prim pritties!

Carol said...

Ah, that was nice seeing Sarah's primitive home in the UK. Looks like she could be my neighbor:)
STay warm gals!
Carol

Christine said...

Please tell Sara that she has a wonderfully prim home all put together so lovingly!
Thanks so much for sharing!
Best wishes
Christine

Deppen homestead 1862 said...

Hi, Angi
Wow, Your friend Sarah has a beautiful prim home!
Tell her thanks for sharing the beauty!
The firkin in the one pic, so very pretty love the paint!
Thanks for sharing,
enjoy the day
Teresa

Carmen at Primcatshouse said...

Thanks for sharing your friends home! It's beautiful!

Carmen an dthe Primcats

Silvia said...

Hello, stumbled across your Blog and shop. Love all everything..how could I not??!! I am now a follower of your Blog. Watch out for more bad weather!

Angie Berry said...

Sarah's home is prim beautiful! I love all the mustards and blues. I do have to ask because I just can't figure it out... please tell me what you mean by "natter"?! Haha, thanks!

Angi at drakestone primitives country cabin said...

Thank you girls for all your lovely comments..Sarah was thrilled you all loved her home..Angie a "natter" is a real good chat,conversation,catch up between real good friends..♥

Karen/My Colonial Home said...

Morning Angie,
Your friends home is beautiful and thanks for sharing it with all of us Prim lovers.

I asked my husband what 'natter' was...he lived in England for a year with his job! Love some of the terms used there.

HAVE A WONDERFUL MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ANGIE.

Karen

Angie Berry said...

Ok, makes sense now. Thanks for clearing that up! =]

Merry Christmas!!

Something Special said...

Angi, I received the beeswax snowman today, and I love love it. It smells so good and it is so wonderfully primitive. Thank you so very much. My husband was so tickled for me to get something from England. He spent two years in the Manchester area. How far are you from that part of England?