For this post, I return to my favorite resource, eBay, for my inspiration and for images to share with my readers.
I actually like primitive Santas a great deal, but I very few in my collection Primitive Art is known as a form of "un"educated artwork.
If I did have a collection, or a rustic home or cabin to display them in, I would stick to the more serious, minimalist Santas, or those with a flair for something that looks like it stepped out of a Tim Burton film.
|How fun to have a group of matching Santas to share with those who come bearing gifts.|
|Some come with a hefty price.|
The frustrating thing about searching for primitives on eBay is that you get so many hits for "patterns'; however, if you subtract patterns from your search, you will miss out on a lot of clever Santas.
|Many celebrate American|
|This one is ready to go!|
|This is a pattern.|
It never fails that I spot a primitive Santa on eBay that I like, but the auction is only for the pattern.
|This artist created a Santa on a spring.|
Below are mass produced "primitive" Santas. I added this photo because I thought it made a nice composition.
|Multiple Santas in a box or basket makes and eye catching center piece and great gifts for your guests.|
|Some just make you smile.|
|And then there's this guy...|
Seriously ? How can you not love to create Santas?