A Primitive Place & Country Journal, LLC
Primitive & Colonial Inspired Home & Garden Magazine
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Kristine Walden
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Dan Weaver
Senior Writer/Photographer
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Kris Thomas
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A Primitive Place Summer 2016 Issue 
to be released May 1st (will arrive in mailboxes mid to late May)
   A Primitive Place & Country Journal magazine is the fastest growing primitive, colonial, and country magazine on the market today. Each issue is filled with inspiration for the decorator, cook, crafter, gardener, and homesteader looking to live a simpler way of life. In each issue readers of A Primitive Place & Country Journal magazine are welcomed into five perfectly decorated primitive, colonial, and country style homes. Each home tour gives readers ideas on how to decorate in their preferred style and gives them insight on the top favorite collections of these homeowners. Readers can also tour beautifully manicured primitive, country gardens showing how to bring a love of gardening and primitive decorating together. Each issue also features easy to follow recipes and crafting tutorials. A Primitive Place & Country Journal also welcomes readers into the mind and workshop of the gifted cabinet and pottery maker, David T. Smith. Readers can also learn more about the history of their favorite collections through a variety of informative articles. All of these winning elements combined with beautiful photographs, a professional layout, and a feeling of goodwill and camaraderie is why A Primitive Place & Country Journal magazine is the preferred magazine for the multitude of primitive, colonial, and country decorators in the world today.          
Alex Pifer
Contributing Writer


Pictured above is the summer 2016 issue to be released May 1st. It will be arriving in mailboxes in mid  to late May.
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Thank you to all who entered our Facebook Giveaway/Promotion! With over 1,300 people who entered, it was hard choosing the winners! Because we had so many enter, we are offering a special price for anyone interested in a new subscription. The first 100 people will receive a one-year subscription for just $ 20.00! That is $ 8.00 off the subscription price and $ 20.00 off the cover price for four issues. Just click on the link below to start your subscription! 
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A Restoration with Plenty of Room for Pies -
From new to historic, charm and character win out with Wanda Stup as she restores her 1700s stone house in Emmitsburg, Maryland. From the home of Wanda Stup, Emmitsburg, Maryland. Photography by Karen Gerhart. Written by Betsy Heck.
There’s No Place Like Home
A Hadley, Pennsylvania homeowner returns to the hometown of her youth and, with the help of her husband, transforms a circa 1885 home into a primitive showplace. Home of Roberta and Ronnie Slater, Hadley, Pennsylvania. Photography by Teresa Schoeppner. Written by Dan Weaver.
An Enduring Love of Antiques
A Hanover, Pennsylvania couple has refurbished their pre-Civil War home and filled it with the antiques that they have admired and collected since they were children. Home of Dawn and John Berry, Hanover, Pennsylvania. Photography by Teresa Schoeppner. Written by Dan Weaver.
Teamwork and Know-How Help This Couple Preserve History
Wanda and Lowell Burton of Olive Hill, Kentucky, have turned their love of antiques and country decorating into their business as well as their passion. Home of Wanda and Lowell Burton, Olive Hill, Kentucky. Photography by Teresa Schoeppner. Written by Betsy Heck.
The Joining of Two Hands Makes One Heart
 A Metropolis, Illinois couple has taken their mutual admiration of antiques and their unique individual talents and created a home and business that is full of the early antiques and make-dos they love. Home of Heather and Trevor Shreves, Metropolis, Illinois. Photography by Teresa Schoeppner. Written by Dan Weaver.
DRESS FABRIC
  Sarah has been on her front porch, her favorite place to sit in summer. She hears the band. Oh! They will be coming by soon! She lives in the village and can watch parades right from her rocking chair. She loves this time of year! She was eating a juicy watermelon, but quickly put it down on the stump table when Hank the mailman brought her favorite magazine! She cant wait to read it and get some ideas to decorate her primitive home!

  You can order Sarah ( 9" tall) wearing a cotton dress (in your choice of color) and an aged bonnet and apron. She is reading her very own magazine and comes complete with her stump table and watermelon!

  All of our collector series dolls are created exclusively for A Primitive Place magazine and are signed by artist Lana Testa. $33.00 includes travel to most of the USA. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. To order, visit our website or email the artist at winterberryprimz@aol.com.

Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.
Meet Sweet Sarah - the 24th Doll in Our Collector Series
Designed and Created Exclusively for A Primitive Place Magazine by Lana Testa

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