Below are photos from the event and I have to mention my friend Monica Potts with Sweetly Recycled http://www.sweetlyrecycled.com/ . She had a booth, and I didn't see her till I was leaving. So I didn't get any photos of her booth, but she said it was a fabulous show for her. So I am very happy for her. Check out the website. She has some great products!
Also, I talk to Jennifer Babcock and didn't get any photos of her booth either. What was I thinking?!! Everything was displayed so cutely. Check out her blog here http://glittermyday.blogspot.com/ . She also does some great art events. There is one coming up in April I believe.
|betty in her petticoat|
This is Linda J. and Diane Johannsen's booth. Linda J. makes mohair animals and needle felted items. She has a studio in McKinney called Wildflower Studios, I hope to teach at soon. Here is her info firstname.lastname@example.org. I took a class from her on needle felting years ago. We made bears. Very cute! Diane sculpts figures and sometimes her and Linda will work together on a piece. Here is Linda's info email@example.com
Linda Kinnaird had some wonderful pieces of jewelry made from recycled silverware. I loved how she displayed them too. Here is her contact info Linda Kinnaird Jewelry, firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com . Her art is called Mixed Media Collage with Poetry. She lives in Dripping Springs Texas. What an interesting name for a town. LOL I really loved the big hanging dresses!
This booth is another one I frequent at Canton. They make some wonderful angels out of recycled pieces. I have one of their pieces and have gave several to friends as gifts. Company is called Marigold Trading Company owned by Shelly and Brad Southhall from Grandbury, Texas. www.marigold-trading.com . They make birds and other items as well. Fun stuff! Check them out next time your in Canton.
|love this guy|
|I had one of these as a kid|
This booth was called Texas Trash. They had vintage handmade jewelry & accessories. These dresses they had out front of their booth were great1
|cool color on the walls|