Welcome To Pilgrims and Pioneers!

After many years of researching my family geneaology I have been lucky enough to discover actual information about my relatives that lived in the Pilgrim Era and the Pioneer Era- while many people also have realtives from those eras- many do not know their names or where they lived- actually seeing the proof in print makes you much more aware of who they really were.
After discovering these relatives it of course made me curious to learn more about the eras that they lived in and what their lives were like as, the history I learned in grade school had long since been forgotten.
I decided to start this blog for others who are also interested in these eras.
Some of the information here will be actual facts about my realtives and some will be information about the eras in general that I have found on the web.
I hope you will enjoy traveling back in time with me!

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Prairie Prim Bar Tarts


The newest addition to our melters line! A sliceable bar tart that is 5 ounces big! Just slice off the amount you want to melt! It is made from the same creamy,highly scented soy wax as our other tarts.
The bar comes wrapped in a piece of stained grungy muslin and then is wrapped with twine to make it look old- like something you would see in a pioneer home.
Group a bunch of these in and old dough bowl or trencher for a prim prairie/colonial look that is also highly fragrant! Try some in Pioneer Harvest ( Harvest Spice) or Priairie Kitchen ( Pumpkin Spice).
These tarts are poured in bakery/spicey scents but can be poured in any scent that you would like- just type the requested scent in the comment section of the order form.

http://www.brandyannescandlesandprims.com/ - you can find these tarts in the Melters section

6 comments:

~Blossom~ said...

I think your Bar Tart idea is STUNNING! It's so appealling both visually and to a sense of old-time thrifty living. What a great gift!

Debra said...

Thanks Blossom! I do wish I could go back to the old times!!

Black Sheep Lisa said...

I love the look of those and i bet they smell yummy!
Thanks for stopping by my blog

Debra said...

Thaks so much Lisa! I love your blog- I will surely be visiting again!
DEb

KKJD1 said...

Thanks so much for visiting my blog I have read a little of yours but hope to find time to come back and read more it is so interesting. I love genealogy. I have done some of my own but stopped because i keep running into dead ends. Maybe one day I will pick it back up but for right now I'm working on crafts for a art fair. Anyways thanks for visiting me and come back soon I put you under favs so I could get back and read more. Until then,be blessed, Karen

Debra said...

Hi Karen-it is so great that you love genealogy too! It is frustrating when you run into dead ends! I will reading some more of your blog too- stop over anytime!

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