AudOnes Prims Shop
Fall 2020

Hi everyone, and welcome to my Shop! Here you will find a variety of my handcrafted primitives and folk art dolls. Each item is lovingly handmade by me from new, recycled, vintage, and natural organic materials and notions. And because they are 100% handmade, expect some variation in each individual item.

Prices listed are for ONE item only, but I do have multiples of most items if you’d like more than one. I will be adding and removing items from the shop throughout the upcoming months, so be sure to check back often.

Shipping fees are for US shipping only. If you live outside of the US, and are interested in making a purchase, please contact me for shipping rates.

Thanks so much for stopping by, and happy shopping!

AudOnes Prims is now on Facebook!

Timeless Ted Steampunk Art Doll
(One of a Kind)
$28.95 + S&H

Of course my fall shop wouldn’t be complete without at least one of my special art dolls.. and this year’s offering is this steampunk one-of-a-kind dude, Timeless Ted. Ted is constructed from new and recycled fabrics, including some favorite fabrics from Tim Holtz’s Eclectic Elements line. Hair is made from upcycled faux fur. The facial features are crafted from hand-stitching, lots of inked distressing for an aged appearance, and a fun combo of old gadgets, gears, and clock parts. Timeless Ted measures ~ 6″ x 18″.



Prim Fabric Pumpkin
$5.95 + S&H

These prim fabric pumpkins are made from some of my favorite Tim Holtz Eclectic Elements fabric that has been coffee/tea dyed for an aged primitive look. The pumpkin/gourd bowl fillers are gathered and hand-stitched with embroidery floss. The stems are made from real tree branches. Each pumpkin stem is tied with natural burlap trim and topped with a velvet leaf and wooden button. Each bowl filler measures anywhere from about 3.5-4.5″ wide to about 4″ tall (including stem).

***New Feature***- AudOnes Carefully Curated Favorites

New to the shop this fall is a handful of some of my favorite gathered items that I am excited to share with you. These carefully hand-selected items are not hand-made by me, but are indicative of the types of decor pieces I love and use in my own home. Let’s face it, I love to shop, but I can’t keep everything… and so I’d love to pass on some of my favorite thrifted, antique, vintage, and handmade pieces to you. Friends often say they’d love for me to come and decorate their homes, and while that’s not possible, I can share these pieces of me with you. I hope you enjoy!

Vintage “Yorkshire” Salad Plate made in Staffordshire England
$6 + S&H
You all know that vintage transferware is my all-time favorite dishware, and I have collected a lot of it over the years. My absolute favorite is the brown transferware and the polychrome (multi-color), and this sweet Yorkshire salad/luncheon plate is both.Β  This English countryside scene has a dark brown (almost black) base with touches of red, yellow, and green coloration. The plate has moderate crazing on both the front and back sides, along with a bit of discoloration on the back. The marking says: Yorkshire, made in Staffordshire England. Genuine hand engraved ironstone. Dishwasher safe. Plate measures 7 7/8″.

Vintage “Country Scene” Hand-Painted Bread and Butter Plate by Nasco
$5 + S&H

Another sweet vintage brown polychrome transferware plate is this “Country Scene” B&B plate by Nasco, made in Japan. This country farm scene features a lighter brown transferware base with hand-painted red, yellow, green, and blue accents. The markings on the back say Nasco, Hand Painted, Country Scene, Japan. Plate is in excellent condition and measures 6″.

The Old Mill Egg Cup


Vintage “The Old Mill” Egg Cup by Johnson Brothers
$15 + S&H

Back in the day, there were china dishes for everything, including your hard boiled egg in the morning. This egg cup is The Old Mill pattern made by Johnson Brothers of England. The egg cup is brown transferware with polychrome accents of red, yellow, green, and blue. This cup is double sided, and I show both the front and back view in the photos. Markings say Johnson Bros England. Cup is in excellent condition, measuring 4 1/8″ in height by 2.5″ wide. (Click on pictures to see bigger)





Vintage “The Old Mill” Large Pitcher by Johnson Brothers
$17 + S&H

This is the large milk pitcher from the Johnson Brothers “The Old Mill” pattern. Image is brown transferware with polychrome accents of red, yellow, blue, and green. Pitcher is double-sided, with the same design printed on both the front and back. Markings say The Old Mill Made in England by Johnson Bros. Condition is excellent. Pitcher measures 6″ high by 7.5″ wide. (Click on pictures to see bigger)





43 thoughts on “Shop

    • I have wanted to buy from your shop for some time and finally got around to it with my valentine purchases. πŸ™‚ They arrived in 3 days! And they are so adorable. I got the always heart pillow and the lots of love monster. I love them both. Thanks, Sherri

  1. Love them all, Audrey! And, I wish I could purchase all of them! I especially love the Prim Jack and Lil Frankie! I can’t wait to see them for real!:-) Good luck with your new shop!!!

  2. Oh Audrey! They are so adorable!!! I love that grinning jack! I have to decide which I like best! Will you be adding more? I’m thinking I need a small grouping πŸ™‚

  3. Awwww…..these are adorable. I’ll be on the lookout for the next OOAK! Hopefully it’s a bunny or giraffe! *fingers crossed*

  4. Audrey your creations are AMAZING! I picked out the two sweet harvest pumpkins to come and live at my house for the entire Autumn season! So excited to receive them! You will be putting big smiles on our faces all season long! Hugs – Jill

  5. Hi Audrey!
    I just received your Miss Meow, Big Boo Ghostie and adorable Lil Frankie in the mail today!
    I have been smiling from ear to ear ever since I opened your beautifully wrapped packages!
    (along with a very special Halloween gift tag!)
    Your workmanship and very special attention to detail make these Halloween dolls that I will treasure always as I look forward to bringing them out each Halloween season! I would have loved your Pruella Monster doll too! I look forward to seeing more of your special creations!
    Thank you so very much!
    Hugs, Sheryl

  6. Someone beat me to the Seasons Greetings Snowman – darn it. Let me know if you make another one. If so, it has my name on it. Love all your goodies.

  7. Loved your Seasons Greetings Snowman with that big fancy bow! Adorable!! Looking forward to seeing more! Also, were you going to add any pilgrim or Indian dolls? I was sad about putting away all of the precious Halloween dolls that I purchased from you!
    Hugs, Sheryl

    • Aww, thank you so much, Sheryl! I’m so glad you liked your Halloween prims!
      I am thinking about some pilgrims…. not totally sure I’ll get them squeezed in, but we shall see! πŸ™‚

  8. Oh, my goodness! More awesome creations by you, Audrey! Love them all! I have a snowman collection, and I will add those cute Snowy Ornies to it!

  9. Mr Snowman and Blitzen have been adding a wee touch of winter to my dining room for over a week now. My whole family loves them too much to wait until after thanksgiving to put them on display (and that’s saying a lot given that two out of four of us are teens and four out of four are usually staunchly against anything Christmasy before Thanksgiving)! They are beautiful, Audrey! Thanks so much for sharing your talents!!! πŸ˜„

  10. If Winterthyme Snowman is still available, I think he would like to come home with me. Could you bring him to MB and I’ll pay you there?

  11. I have the always heart pillows and they are prescious!!! The fabric is so pretty and the embellishments are great. I bought two sets to give away but had to keep obe for myself. Could not part with them.

  12. AHHHHHHHHHH!!!!! I missed frosty and friend!!!!!!’ 😫 (If something similar finds its way on your work table, I would love to have one!) Still, cant wait to tuck my others in their little spots for winter! πŸŽ‰πŸŽŠπŸŽ‰πŸŽŠπŸŽŠπŸ˜

    • So sorry, Char…. I haven’t the fabric to make more of those! 😦
      Thanks so much for asking, though, and I hope you are doing well!! ❀

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