Saturday, December 10, 2011

To Dwell In Primitive Thymes...

I've followed TDIPT, To Dwell In Primitive Thymes, for a long while.  It is a gathering of artists, who love, create, and sell primitive art.  A while back, I entered a drawing on their blog.  There were some really lovely pieces of art.  One in particular caught my eye, and to my surprise, I won that piece!  Here is a photo of it:

I love this Santa painting!  I may leave it on display year round.  It has so many sweet details... the red cardinals, the lambs in Santa's bag, the little bunny sitting by the tree... Love it!

A huge "Thank you" to the artist, Sue Nagle of Paint in Thyme!  To see more of her beautiful artwork, go HERE.  I also want to thank TDIPT for hosting this amazing Giveaway!  To check out the other artists of TDIPT, click THIS!  Warning... you may see something that you just can't live without!  Have a glorious day!


Donna said...

That is gorgeous! I am so happy for you! Yes, that one can be kept out all year long. It would be a shame to only keep it out a little while. (haha, I see Marty had to get in the picture)

Nita Jo said...

So that is Marty! Sneaky little fellow! Lol! And, I decided to definitely keep it out. It's just too sweet to pack away!

Donna said...

Awwww. Nita! Congratulations!! Love it!

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

Hello Nita Jo,
Just wanted to come by to wish you and yours the most blessed and sweet holiday season ever! Thank you for your kind words that have been such a blessing to me. Sending you a big hug for the holidays.

Donna said...

Merry Christmas to you and your family!!