Welcome to BeFruitful Kreations by artist JoEllen Laurita where primitive artwork is my passion. For many years now I have been designing and sharing my primitive whimsical artwork. You will find that I like several art forms. Primitive dolls will always hold my heart, but you will see rug hooked creations, many of them dimensional, seasonal folk art, punch needle creations and much more.
Matilda Shrew just loves to create her wicked treats each year to give to the unlucky kids that come by her witchy lair. Right now her cauldron is empty but just you wait and see come All Hallows Eve it will be filled to the brim.
This cauldron is made from paint stained osnaburg fabric. It has a rustic grungy appearance. This Cauldron is free standing. I have added a fun black bow with jack-o-lantern face on it. This cauldron will hold about a bag of little wrapped candies. It stands almost 7" tall and is almost 6" across the top. Circumference around the widest part of the Cauldron is 22".
Special orders are welcome for this wonderful candy holder. Allow me 5 days to make and ship after payment is received. Order through my web site. Halloween Fabric Bows will vary.
Sold What a fun creation to display this Halloween. This is a dimensional fabric Witch House with lots of detail. The house roof, bat, witch and cats are added pieces. German glitter glass enhances the roof and the house. The bat has embroidery stitches and black glitter embellishments. The awesome witch has orange raffia hair and a stick broom. The two black cats are painted and blanket stitched to the house with rust dmc thread. There is a ghost and skeleton looking out the windows. They are outline stitched with black to make them show up well. The other window has a candle. This Witch House is 11" by 17" and has a picture hanger sewn to the back for easy hanging.
Photo was taken right from the book so not the best.
One of my Black Doll sets is listed in the book by Debbie Garrett called Black Dolls: A Comprehensive Guide to Celebrating, Collecting, and Experiencing the Passion by the same author. My doll set is located on page 96 of this book. The names of the dolls are Elizajo and Maybeth this set was created in 2006. What an honor to be in this book.