Hi there! Well I made it to Glitterfest fall with my dear daughter a little late, but we got there! It was so much fun, and my thanks goes out to Sheryl and Diane for putting on this amazing event. Here is a view looking out from my table of the room. So many ladies of incredible talent were at Glitterfest. It's great fun for me to meet other women who are "kindred spirits" and get the whole art thing! I ran around taking photos while I left my poor teenage daughter to man the table. Oops, I better get back to my table, cause things look out of control. :) Oh well, here she is being silly, and I guess I was the same when I was 16. We had fun hanging out together, which we don't do as much as I'd like. Two lovely ladies I finally got to meet, Stacey and Sheryl! Here's Stacey in front of her beautiful table display. Both Stacey and Sheryl had so many great goodies to choose from. Stacey makes these soldered initials which I loved. Another artist I was fortunate to meet was Holly. All here goodies were beautiful. Here's Christine from Dollybelle's Peepshow. I loved all her creations, and she's a real cutie.
Well, hope you enjoyed the little tour. It was great fun, and thanks so much to all of you who came out and supported us!
Hi there! Glitterfest Fall is tomorrow! I've been busy soldering and glittering to get ready. Please stop by and say hi to me. The gouls are meeting at the Santa Ana Elk's Lodge in CA, ( 212 S. Elk Ln., Santa Ana CA, 92701) We'll be there from 10-3 tomorrow only, so get on your broom and fly on over! Hope to see you there.
Happy Friday to you! Here are a few treats I picked up at Roger's Gardens, and online. The pink rose above is called "Our Lady of Guadalupe" It is very small and has a light fragrance. The hat is by Bethany Lowe and I got the little skeleton and put a top hat on him. I found the black candles at Roger's Gardens too. EEK a creepy hand, and glittery skeleton head! I recently purchased a banner online from Alice at Painted White. It came wrapped in old pattern paper, and tied with twine. The BOO banner is so cute, and I love the colors. I think it looks pretty on my old window shelf. Thanks Alice! The green plant above is called giant baby tears. It's my most favorite house plant of all time, because it's very easy to grow. You should give it a try! Well, have a wonderful weekend!