Win from Twin Creek Primitives

Good morning to you all. Recently, I was the lucky winner in a giveaway from Tammy at: Twin Creek Primitives. Boy, did she send wonderful gifts. Pictured above are the gifts: a 5"X7" framed Christmas tree, an appliqued "Fall" pillow, an embroidered "Keeper of the punkins" pillow, an appliqued winter mitttens pillow, and an embroidered "Be Merry" pillow. Also included are: a red, green and white candle mat with a cute little prim candle, a bottle of Pumpkin Spice spray, and three little pillow tucks. One is green with an appliqued pumpkin, one is navy checked with a mustard colored prim star, and the other has a festive red and white candy cane applique. All of these items already have places in my home, and I absolutely love them all. Sending many thanks to Tammy. Many of us already know her as the lady who designs and offers so many free prim graphics. We all enjoy her blog, Twin Creek Primitives, so much. Prim blessings.


  1. They are all beautiful. Very generous. Lucky you :)

  2. What neat things to win! Congrats to you Danice!
    Be blessed,

  3. Congrats on the win! She sent you some awesome handmade goodies. I love the things Tammy makes!

  4. I love ALL you treats. How fun, I bet you were just thrilled.

  5. Danice, you are the winner of my giveaway for my blogaversary! e mail me your address so I can get my surprise out to you! You are one lucky lady lately! Hugs!

  6. What great treasures you have won, Danice! Love them all.
    I received one of your Santa Ornaments, from Amy's Ornie Swap.
    Thank You!


  7. Nice that you are the winner sometimes too! You have great giveaways.

  8. Congratulations on your winnings from Tammy,., She is so sweet and so talented. She does lovely work and is
    so generous in her giveaways. Love everything. hugs, Lecia


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