Category Archives: Primitive Crafts

Primitive Refrigerator Magnet

Hi, I’m here just to give you a simple and easy way to make a primitive refrigerator magnet. I’ve been watching several youtube videos of people making these using the Dollar Tree calendars. Unless, you saw this idea early, you probably won’t find any nice calendars left to make these. I love the Primitive Past…

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Wax Scarecrow Bowl Fillers

We have had a heat wave for the month of September with temperatures in the 90’s. That’s just not right, where were those temperatures this summer??? lol I don’t care how hot it is, it’s time to get some fall decorating done…well, time to start it anyway!  I’m really enjoy making wax pantry cakes, ( you…

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Primitive Blanket Crane

I have been wanting a Primitive Blanket Crane for some time now.  The other day when I was in Valant, PA, I found one in one of the Prim shops there…it was $38!! Now, if I hadn’t already spent my allowance for the day, I probably would have bought it. When I got home that…

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Primitive Wood Towel Holder

Yesterday, I went to this little town called Valant in Western Pennsylvania. It has several prim shops, an historic Mill that no longer operates, a nice restaurant and a Cidery and Winery with 6 hard ciders on tap! This huge water wheel is in the center of the town. One shop is built around the…

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Crafting A Wax Pantry Cake

I know many of you see these wax pantry cakes and they can be pricey if you are buying them from someone. So I decided to try my hand at it.  I didn’t want to try anything bundt size, so I kept my eye out for a small mold at Goodwill and yesterday I found…

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Prim Candle Holder

The other day, I was at Home Depot to pick up my 5 gallon jug of water and of course I had to take a browse around the store.  I’m sure I am not the only woman who likes Home Depot!  I was looking for some lathe wood and that’s when I saw the garbage…

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Primitive Soap Dish

I am so glad the weather is getting warmer, it gave me an opportunity to go outside and cut out this project. I bought this at Goodwill for 99 cents, whoever made it didn’t do a very good job of cutting it out, but I liked the rough texture of the wood and had the…

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