March 19, 2012

Monday Merchant Circle From PAFA

Good morning Cyber Friends!
It's a Monday morning and that means another interview with one of our
This morning I'd like to introduce you to KIM from THE BARN HOLLOW!
Kim loves old barns which made coming up with her business name that much easier!
She's been in business for 30+ years starting off in the 80's as 'The Country Cottage''. She took a little break and came back in 2011 as 'The Barn Hollow'. We all need a break now and then!
 Kim is inspired by everything and anything! She loves to go 'antiquing' and claims her best ideas for designs come when she is 'tooling' down the interstate to go and visit the Grands!
Kim loves the simplicity of the primitive, country, and folk art style. She is a perfectionist which you can see in her work! She strives to please her customers and make her business fruitful by providing the best handmade product that she can.
You can find Kim from 'The Barn Hollow' at the following links:
Thanks for stopping by!


TheRustyThimble said...

Good Morning Vicky

Wonderful feature on Kim's shop this morning
Great talent
thank you for sharing

Linda Welcome said...

L-O-V-E Barn Hollow. Great article Miss Vicky!

Sheila said...

Good morning Vicky,
I must visit Kim's shop! She is a talented gal and I adore all I see here. Great way to start off a Monday with a great featured artist!
Country Impressions Floral & Decor

Firecracker Kid said...

Hi Vicky! Excellent feature, Kim makes the cutest critters and is a friendly critter herself. Love her! Glad to have her with us :-)

yorkie's primitives said...

Great feature Vidky! Love Kim's creations, Valerie

Barb said...

Great Feature on Kim!
Thanks for sharing Vicky!

Fran. said...

Thanks for sharing Vicky!! I love that sheep and the pig too!!! She is very talented!! XO Fran.

The Barn Hollow said...

Thank you Miss Vicky for featuring me and my shop. And thank you to everyone who left such sweet comments. All are truly appreciated.
Have a great week everyone!
Warm wishes,

The Ugly Barn Farm said...

Nice interview! Kim is truly talented! Thank you for sharing :)